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Stonecrop Farm

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Contact Person:  Gwynn Hamilton and Bert Webster

Address: 267 Sassafras Lane, Newport,  VA/24128

Phone Number: 540-599-0839

 

 

 

 

Months of Operation

Answer: March through December

 

Hours of Operation

Answer: Blacksburg Farmers Market Saturdays 8 to 2

Other hours by appointment

www.stonecropfarmers.com

Contact or Business email: stonecropfarmers@gmail.com

 

 

Thornfield Farm

About:


Thornfield Farm produces and sells vegetables and flowers locally grown in southwest Virginia.

We sell our vegetables and flowers at local farmers markets, to restaurants and grocers, and through our farm share program. We’ve designed a convenient “debit-style” farm share program and online farm store. By subscribing to our farm share costumers get their choice of all our produce and a 10% additional value for supporting the farm.

WHERE CAN YOU FIND US?

Right here! Shop online, visit the farm, or come see us in Roanoke or at Community School in Hollins. We want to make buying our produce as convenient for you as possible. You can order anytime online and pick up at our farm stands three times a week. Let us know where else you’d like to see us; we’re always looking for more ways to engage with our community.

April-December TUESDAYS 3:30pm-6pm: Community School, 7815 Williamson Rd, Roanoke VA 24019

April-December THURSDAYS 4pm-6:30pm: Community High School, 302 Campbell Ave. SE Roanoke, VA 24013

April 26-Nov 1 SATURDAYS 8am-12pm: Grandin Village Community Market, 2080 Westover Ave SW, Roanoke VA 24015 (pending market space 

Contact: Susanna Thornton

Phone: 540.520.1803 

email: susanna@thornfieldfarm.com

Address:  3092 Blue Ridge TPK, Fincastle, VA, 24090

Web:  http://www.thornfieldfarm.com

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Shawsville Farmers’ Market

Shawsville MarketShawsville Farmers’ Market is located on the grass at the corner of Rt. 460 and Alleghany Spring Road (where the turn lanes are), outside Meadowbrook Center and Meadowbrook Public Library in Shawsville, Virginia, between Salem and Christiansburg. Open 9 a.m. – 12 noon, each Saturday, May 5 – October 27, 2012. Fresh produce, eggs (chicken and duck), herbs, honey, baked goods, grass-finished beef (inside), vegetable plants, and locally-made crafts and artwork, as available.

Contact Person
Answer: Sandy BirkenmaierCity
Shawsville

AddressPhone Number
Answer: 540-381-1856Months of Operation
Answer: May Through OctoberHours of Operation
Answer: Saturday, 9 a.m. – 12 noon

Answer: 267 Alleghany Spring Road
ShawsvilleFarmersMarket.webs.com

Contact or Business email?
ShawsvilleFarmersMarket@gmail.com

 http://www.facebook.com/pages/Shawsville-Farmers-Market/387248851313781?skip_nax_wizard=true

Glories of the Sun Bouquets

 

Glories of the Sun Boquets

Based on the Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) model of seasonal contracts between families or businesses, we provide locally
produced, pesticide-free organic flowers delivered to your door. This service can be ordered for the season on a weekly, monthly or biweekly
basis. We also do custom orders for weddings or special events. Our season runs from late March th

rough mid-October.

Additionally, we are proud supporters of local food and agriculture and sell single bouquets ranging from $10 – $45 at the Grandin Village Community Market every Saturday during their

Wesley Wyatt
1108 Texas Hollow Rd.
SalemVA 24153
(540) 380-5992
wesleywyatt@me.com

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