• Pendleton Farms

    Jonesville

    • Est. 2015

    Peppers, Squash, Heirloom Tomatoes, Peppers, Squash, Tomatoes

    Pendleton Farms is a 4th generation family farm. They currently operate a 200 acre farm in Jonesville, VA where they run 50 head of registered Simmental cattle and about 5 acres of organic produce. They have been slowly increasing production over the past 4 years and hope to grow to 10-15 acres within the next […]

  • Maggard Farms

    Dryden

    • Est. 2016

    Watermelon, Corn & Squash, Watermelon, Corn, Squash

    Maggard Farms started growing produce in 2016, we are family owned and operated 75 acre GAP and Organic certified farm in Dryden, VA we have around 4 acres in production and use Appalachian Harvest as a way to sell wholesale. We also run 20+ head of cattle on the farm. We grow Summer and Winter […]

  • Chapel Creek Produce

    King & Queen

    • Est. 1920

    Squash, Corn, Cantaloupe, Sweet Potato, Cucumber & Watermelon, Squash, Corn, Cantaloupe, Potato, Cucumbers, Watermelon

    A fourth-generation farm established by Lewis “Dick” Seal. Over the years the farm has grown soybeans, corn and grain crops to now summer produce. This transition was brought about by the increasing demand for super sweet watermelons. We began growing them a little over ten years ago. Now we grow twenty acres of watermelons, along […]

  • Silver Creek & Seamans’ Orchards

    Tyro

    • Est. 1959

    In 1959 Silver Creek Packing Shed was started as a packing facility for Silver Creek Orchards and Lea & Seaman Orchard. The founding families were John T. Morton, Silver Creek Orchards; and Alton R. Seaman & Joyce Seaman, Lea & Seaman Orchard. The packing facility became Flippin-Seaman, Inc. in 1974. At that time, the families […]

  • Archlynn Farm

    Charlotte Courthouse

    • Est. 2010

    Broccoli, Beet, Cabbage, Eggplant, Squash, Broccoli, Beet, Cabbage, Eggplants, Squash

    Archlynn Farm is a family owned and operated farm in Charlotte County, Virginia. The family has been growing a variety of produce since 2010. Currently, two generations work to provide healthy food for local markets.

  • Appalachian Sustainable Development

    Abington, VA

    • Est. 2000

    Squash, Cucumbers, Eggplants, Peppers, Tomatoes

    Appalachian Harvest is a social enterprise that Appalachian Sustainable Development was started to provide tobacco farmers who were losing their subsidies with an alternative source of income.  Appalachian Sustainable Development taught these farmers how to grow certified organic produce, helped them to obtain certification and established large wholesale markets.

  • C & E Farms

    Cheriton, VA

    • Est. 1986

    Green Beans, Green Beans

    Phil Colson and Lester Erlemeier in Cheriton, Virginia established C & E Farms in 1986. These two men were the pioneers of hydro-cooling green beans, setting a new industry standard. Their innovation, along with a dedication to quality and service, has made their beans a top choice. C & E Farms processes more than 750,000 […]

  • Cole Berry Farm

    Vernon Hill, VA

    • Est. 1988

    Blackberries, Raspberries Grapes, Rasberries, Blackberries, Grapes

    Cole Berry Farm is located in South Central Va, in Halifax County. We have been delivering Fresh Blackberries across Virginia for 30 years. Brothers Jeff and Joey Cole partner to grow and ship Blackberries and Concord Grapes. Blackberry season starts early June and continues into the first week of September, and the Grape season continues […]

  • Crown Orchard

    Batesville, VA

    • Est. 1912

    Peaches, Nectarines, Apple & Cherries, Apples, Peach, Nectarine

    “Charlottesville’s Tastiest Tradition” since 1912 for four generations, Crown Orchard Company has been one of Central Virginia’s most prolific fruit growers, boasting seven major orchards spread over a 15-mile radius. Owned and operated by the Chiles family, the company has many acres of peaches, nectarines, and apples.

  • Heart Seventeen

    Deltaville, VA

    • Est. 1924

    Cantaloupe, Bell Peppers & Cucumbers, Cucumbers, Cantaloupe, Peppers

    Heart Seventeen Produce Inc. at Riverdale Farms is a third-generation family farm located along the shores of the Rappahannock River and the Chesapeake Bay. Heart Seventeen specializes in Athena cantaloupes, green bell peppers, and vine-ripened tomatoes. All of the crops are packed and ready to deliver just hours after being harvested.

  • Kirby Farms

    Mechanicsville, VA

    • Est. 1907

    Greens, Squash, Cabbage, Cucumbers & Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Squash, Tomatoes, Cabbage, Kale, Mustard Greens, Collards, Potato

    A fourth-generation farmer, Kevin Kirby, alongside his father operate their farm in Hanover County, Virginia, Kirby Farms supplies us with yellow squash, zucchini squash, green peppers, cucumbers, cabbage, mustard greens, collard greens, sweet potatoes, and watermelons. We are proud to support local farmers like Kevin and we will continue to provide our customers with the […]

  • Marks Farms

    Capron, VA

    • Est. 1950

    Watermelon, Corn & Squash, Watermelon, Corn, Squash

    Marks Farms is owned and operated by Mike and Bob Marks in Capron, Virginia. Originally farmed by Mike and Bob’s father, Bobby Marks, and their uncle, Paul Marks, the farm produces a variety of crops including peanuts, cotton, corn, soybeans, and wheat. Today, watermelons and row crops are grown on Marks Farm.

  • Mountain View Orchards

    Stafford, VA

    • Est. 1992

    Asian Pears, Pears

    Tony Cheng liked Asian pears but couldn’t find any in local markets that he liked, so he decided to grow his own. And now he grows a lot of them. Tony and his family run Mountain View Orchard in Stafford County. Tony tends the trees he and his family planted on his 350-acre farm that’s […]

  • PickPenny Produce

    Locustville, VA

    • Est. 1984

    Herbs & Specialty Produce, Leeks, Beet, Squash, Turnip

    Pickpenny Produce is a first generation herb and produce farm established in 1984. In 2004, Pickpenny Produce moved to a larger farm in the village of Locustville, Virginia. The new farm is 75 acres with 45 acres under cultivation. Pickpenny’s emphasis is on herbs. The farm also grows specialty vegetables including bunched beets, leeks, Napa […]

  • Sunnyside Farm

    Cumberland, VA

    • Est. 1889

    Tomatoes, Squash, Peppers, Cucumbers, Okra, Cucumbers, Tomatoes, Squash, Peppers

    Family owned and operated, Sunnyside Farms dates back to1889 when it started as a cattle, hog and field crop farm. Sunnyside transitioned to an all vegetable farm in 1988.  Three generations of the French family are involved in the daily operation of Sunnyside Farms. The French family is committed to quality and prides itself in […]

  • Twin Oaks Community

    Louisa County, VA

    • Est. 1967

    
Soyfoods, Plant-Based Protein

    Twin Oaks is an intentional community in rural central Virginia, made up of around 100 adults and children. Since the community’s beginning in 1967, their way of life has reflected their values of cooperation, sharing, equality and ecology. Since 1991, Twin Oaks has produced fresh tofu and other soyfoods for sale in the region.

  • Rosa’s Garden

    Mechanicsville, VA

    • Est. 2018

    Tomatoes, Squash, Peppers, Tomatillo, Tomatillo, Tomatoes, Peppers, Squash

    Rosa’s Garden is a 125-acre farm that was established in Mechanicsville, Virginia by Carlos and Rosa Ordaz. After Running Dodd Acre Farms for over 30 years, they decided to open and run their own business. We here at Rosa’s Garden look forward to becoming a leading provider of fresh vegetables, including Hanover Tomatoes.

  • Blenheim Organic Gardens

    Colonial Beach, VA

    • Est. 2000

    Squash, Cucumbers, Eggplant, Peppers, Tomatoes, Squash, Cucumbers, Eggplants, Peppers, Tomatoes

    Blenheim Organic Gardens is part of Blenheim Farm a 400-acre farm long associated with the Washington family in Westmoreland County. Blenheim farm was established by George Washington’s family in the 18th-century and is protected with conservation easements that preserve its historic character. The vegetables they grow are chosen for their beauty and flavor. A selection […]

  • Cassell Farms

    Hillsville, VA

    • Est. 1976

    Corn, Squash & Pumpkin, Corn, Pumpkins, Squash

    Cassell Farms started out in 1976 as a small farm with a low acreage of tomatoes and peppers. Over the years the operation has grown to include numerous crops. At the present time, Cassell Farms produces approximately 130 acres of fruit and vegetable.

  • Church Hill Produce

    Doe Hill, VA

    • Est. 2011

    Broccoli, Raspberries, Cabbage, Brussel Sprouts, Cauliflower, Broccoli, Rasberries, Brussel Sprouts, Cauliflower, Cabbage

    Michael & Kari Sponaugle started Church Hill Produce in 2011 by leasing an 8-acre corn field from a neighbor, bought a black plastic mulch layer and started growing produce for their two farm stands and local farmers market. In 2016, they closed their road side stands and started focusing on wholesale production. In 2017, they […]

  • Dublin Farms

    Horntown, VA

    • Est. 1876

    Potatoes, Potato

    Dublin Farms has always been at the forefront of innovation in the Virginia potato industry. They were the first to fumigate fields to reduce nematode and disease pressure. They were also first to build large cooling rooms to eliminate field heat and increase the shelf life of fresh market potatoes. Their 25,000 sq. ft. facility […]

  • Fresh2o Growers

    Stevensburg, VA

    • Est. 2013

    Organic Lettuce, Lettuce

    Fresh2Growers’ 12-acre greenhouse in Stevensburg, Virginia is a family-owned operation. Now growing 5 acres of organic hydroponic lettuces. Located 50 miles Southwest of Washington, DC, they serve as a local produce grower for the Mid-Atlantic region. Their mission is to grow and offer the best quality produce to the local market at a competitive price […]

  • Hanovertown Farm

    Mechanicsville, VA

    • Est. 1918

    Watermelon, Watermelon

    Hanovertown Farm is located in Mechanicsville and was bought by George Rice’s grandfather in the 1900’s. George’s father then bought it from his grandfather. George is the 3rd generation to farm the land with dozens of nieces and nephews of the 4th generation helping out today. The Hanovertown site is on the registry of Historic […]

  • NewMarket Plantations

    Milford, VA

    • Est. 1988

    Broccoli, Beets, Sweet Corn, Squash, Broccoli, Beet, Potato, Corn, Squash

    Newmarket Plantation started as a royal land grant from the King of England in 1726. Today, Newmarket Plantation is a 450-acre family owned and operated farm located in Caroline County, Virginia. It has been in vegetable production since 1998 and produces beets, broccoli, cabbage, greens, peppers, summer squash, sweet corn, tomatoes, turnips, and watermelons.

  • Old Dominion Organic Farms

    Dundas, VA

    • Est. 1654

    Organic Broccoli, Organic Peppers, Organic Tomatoes, Organic Cabbage, Broccoli, Peppers, Tomatoes, Cabbage

    Old Dominion Organic Farms in Dundas, Virginia is a twelfth generation family farm focused on growing and delivering fresh, delicious produce. They are committed to quality, sustainability, and environmental stewardship. Just like when their family made deliveries to Eleanor Roosevelt in the 1930’s, their attention to detail and dedication to their customers carries on to […]

  • Poor Valley Farms

    Carroll County, VA

    • Est. 2011

    Pumpkins, Peppers & Cauliflower, Pumpkins, Cauliflower, Peppers

    John Straw bought a 36-acre farm in Carroll County after graduating High School and founded Poor Valley Farms. He had been around vegetable production his whole life and that was all he ever wanted to do. Pumpkins have always been his favorite crop to grow, so that is what he started out with. His new […]

  • Reese Farm Fresh Produce

    Scottsburg, VA

    • Est. 1980

    Sweet Corn, Squash, Strawberries, Cantaloupe, Watermelon, Strawberry, Corn, Squash, Watermelon, Cantaloupe

    Reese Farms Inc. is a family owned and operated farm located in Halifax County, Virginia. Starting as a tobacco farm in the 1920s, they have added vegetables and melons in the late 1980s. In 2004, they phased out tobacco and switched entirely to fruit and vegetable production. Three generations of the Reese family are involved […]

  • Robbins Family Farms

    Scott County, VA

    • Est. 1930

    Heirloom Tomatoes, Zucchini, Turnips, Tomatoes, Squash, Turnip

    Robbins Family Farm is located in Scott County, VA. The farm was established in the 1930’s and has been home to a variety of agriculture enterprises. We currently grow organic herbs and organic vegetables. The farm is operated by the fourth and fifth generations of the Robbins family.

  • Red Sun Farms

    Dublin, VA

    • Est. 2015

    Tomatoes on Vine, Tomatoes

    Red Sun Farms is one of the largest fully vertically integrated, high tech greenhouse growers in North America. Our Seed to plate approach closes the gap between grower, retailer, and consumer, allowing us to develop an exceptional product and an exemplary level of customer service, from all our locations.

  • Riverside Farm

    King William, VA

    • Est. 1835

    Specialty Melons, Watermelon

    Riverside Produce Farm is located in King William County, Virginia. They provide fresh produce to local markets in Washington D.C, Maryland, and Virginia. They are focused on providing a superior locally-grown product in an environmentally conscious manner that preserves the soil, water, and land for future generations.

  • Rinker Orchards

    Stephens City, VA

    • Est. 1940

    Apple Cider

    At Rinker Orchards, they focus on what they know best and work hard to bring their best to you. Rinker Orchards, Inc. is a third generation apple orchard nestled in Frederick County, Virginia. They produce ten types of apples that are grown in this region, including Ida Reds and Golden Delicious. They also produce 100% […]

  • Saunders Brothers

    Piney River, VA

    • Est. 1915

    Asian Pears, Peaches, Cherries. Apples, Apples, Pears, Peach

    In 1915, five brothers, Will, Massie, Doc, Dick, and Sam Saunders sat around the dinner table discussing the future. They realized that by pooling their money earned from years of raising calves and selling apples, they could start a business, Saunders Brothers. Even after 100 years in operation, they continue to stand by the principles […]

  • Snake Creek

    Hillsville, VA

    • Est. 2012

    Sweet Corn & Cabbage, Cabbage, Corn

    Snake Creek Farms is owned and operated by J.C. Banks in Hillsville, Virginia. J.C.’s family has been farming land in Southwest Virginia for more than 100 years. Snake Creek Farms was formed in 2002 and the cooler days and nights are perfect for growing corn, potatoes, cabbage, and greens.

  • Superfood Farm

    Culpepper, VA

    • Est. 2011

    Squash, Kale, Eggplant, Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Cucumbers, Eggplants, Squash, Kale, Tomatoes

    Superfood Farm is a 19-acre farm in Culpeper, Virginia. This sustainable family farm is largely run by the eldest child of the Ayad family, Raymon Ayad. The Ayad family emigrated from Egypt to the United States eleven years ago seeking better opportunities for their family. In Egypt, the Ayads lived in a rural farming community […]

  • Turkey Knob Apple Orchard

    Timberville, VA

    • Est. 1918

    Nectarines, Peaches, Cherries, Apples, Apples, Nectarine, Peach

    Turkey Knob Apples takes pride in the apples they produce. Their fruit is grown in family-owned orchards, in Shenandoah and Rockingham Counties in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. They let their fruit tree-ripen in their orchards giving the fruit every opportunity to lock in the most nutrients and taste it possibly can.

  • Wenger Grape Farms

    Waynesboro, VA

    • Est. 1938

    Niagara Grapes, Concord Grapes, Grapes

    The Wenger family has been growing grapes in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia since before the Civil War. Today, Dave and Mim Wenger continue the family tradition with their daughter and son-in-law, Wendy and Mark Hochstedler – at Wenger Grape Farms in Augusta County, Virginia. The first Concord grapes were planted at the farm’s current […]

  • Whistle Creek Aparies

    Lexington, VA

    • Est. 1967

    Clover Honey, Thistle Honey, Tulip Poplar Honey, Wildflower Honey

    Whistle Creek Apiaries has been a family owned and operated business since 1967. The honey they produce by their bees is raw, natural, and unprocessed. Whistle Creek has over 150 hives to produce local honey all around Rockbridge County, Virginia.

  • Bartenfelder Farms

    Preston, MD

    • Est. 1800

    Greens, Squash, Tomatoes, Squash, Lettuce, Mustard Greens, Collards

    Bartenfelder Farms is a GAP-certified, local favorite that provides fresh market necessities to the tight-knit communities of Preston in Caroline County, Maryland. Whether it is yellow or white sweet corn, leafy greens, daikon, eggplant, onions, peppers, melons, squash, tomatoes, or zucchini, Bartenfelder is well ahead of you. These farms supply directly to fresh markets, large-scale […]

  • Chicone Farms

    Vienna, MD

    • Est. 1929

    Asparagus & Sweet Potatoes, Asparagus, Potato

    John & Valarie Brinsfield are the current owner/operators of Chicone Farms. John holds a B.S. in Engineering from the University of Maryland. Valarie holds a M.S. in Range Management from the University of Wyoming. Balvin Brinsfield, Sr., John’s grandfather, purchased the first parcel of the home farm in 1929. He named it “Chicone Dairy Farm”. […]

  • Eastern Shore Growers

    Preston, MD

    • Est. 2003

    Watermelon, Watermelon

    Eastern Shore Growers was established in 2014 by the Sudano family. Sudano’s produce, experts in the distribution of fresh produce since 1920, joined the Worm Family — operators of the farm — to create a match made in heaven. Now, with the help of Sudano’s business plan, they have become GAP/Global GAP certified, and have […]

  • Fifer Orchards

    Wyoming, DE

    • Est. 1919

    Asparagus, Tomatoes, Corn, Peaches, Strawberries, Asparagus, Tomatoes, Corn, Peach, Strawberry

    Fifer Orchards is a family fruit and vegetable farm located in the town of Wyoming in the center of Kent County, Delaware and is currently run by the fourth generation. Fifer Orchards grows Strawberries, Asparagus, Tomatoes, Peaches, Sweet Corn, Apples, Kale, Cauliflower, and pumpkins — focusing on quality and freshness with each crop. Fifer Orchards, […]

  • Miller Farms

    Clinton, MD

    • Est. 1840

    Squash, Cucumbers, Greens, Squash, Cucumbers

    Since 1840, Miller Farms’ 267-acre farm has been family-owned and operated in Prince George’s County, Maryland. Want your daily dose of nearly any fruit or vegetable? They’ve got options for you. Not feeling quite healthy? Don’t worry; Miller Farms also makes home-baked goods and handmade ice cream on site. To top it all off, they’ve […]

  • Baywater Farms

    Salisbury, MD

    • Est. 1860

    Kale, Herbs, Peppers

    We are a 6th generation family farm growing non-GMO, heirloom specialty produce. Our farm is focused on providing a high-quality product while using sustainable practices. We grow year round in hydroponic greenhouses, as well as, specialty seasoned crops spring through fall in our fields. We are a chef-driven company offering unique wholesale and retail packs […]

Pendleton Farms

Jonesville

• Est. 2015

Maggard Farms

Dryden

• Est. 2016

Chapel Creek Produce

King & Queen

• Est. 1920

Silver Creek & Seamans’ Orchards

Tyro

• Est. 1959

Archlynn Farm

Charlotte Courthouse

• Est. 2010

Appalachian Sustainable Development

Abington, VA

• Est. 2000

C & E Farms

Cheriton, VA

• Est. 1986

Cole Berry Farm

Vernon Hill, VA

• Est. 1988

Crown Orchard

Batesville, VA

• Est. 1912

Heart Seventeen

Deltaville, VA

• Est. 1924

Kirby Farms

Mechanicsville, VA

• Est. 1907

Marks Farms

Capron, VA

• Est. 1950

Mountain View Orchards

Stafford, VA

• Est. 1992

PickPenny Produce

Locustville, VA

• Est. 1984

Sunnyside Farm

Cumberland, VA

• Est. 1889

Twin Oaks Community

Louisa County, VA

• Est. 1967

Rosa’s Garden

Mechanicsville, VA

• Est. 2018

Blenheim Organic Gardens

Colonial Beach, VA

• Est. 2000

Cassell Farms

Hillsville, VA

• Est. 1976

Church Hill Produce

Doe Hill, VA

• Est. 2011

Dublin Farms

Horntown, VA

• Est. 1876

Fresh2o Growers

Stevensburg, VA

• Est. 2013

Hanovertown Farm

Mechanicsville, VA

• Est. 1918

NewMarket Plantations

Milford, VA

• Est. 1988

Old Dominion Organic Farms

Dundas, VA

• Est. 1654

Poor Valley Farms

Carroll County, VA

• Est. 2011

Reese Farm Fresh Produce

Scottsburg, VA

• Est. 1980

Robbins Family Farms

Scott County, VA

• Est. 1930

Red Sun Farms

Dublin, VA

• Est. 2015

Riverside Farm

King William, VA

• Est. 1835

Rinker Orchards

Stephens City, VA

• Est. 1940

Saunders Brothers

Piney River, VA

• Est. 1915

Snake Creek

Hillsville, VA

• Est. 2012

Superfood Farm

Culpepper, VA

• Est. 2011

Turkey Knob Apple Orchard

Timberville, VA

• Est. 1918

Wenger Grape Farms

Waynesboro, VA

• Est. 1938

Whistle Creek Aparies

Lexington, VA

• Est. 1967

Bartenfelder Farms

Preston, MD

• Est. 1800

Chicone Farms

Vienna, MD

• Est. 1929

Eastern Shore Growers

Preston, MD

• Est. 2003

Fifer Orchards

Wyoming, DE

• Est. 1919

Miller Farms

Clinton, MD

• Est. 1840

Baywater Farms

Salisbury, MD

• Est. 1860