Wytheville Farmer’s Market
The Wytheville Farmers Market has a two-fold mission: 1) Our primary mission is to offer the local residents of Southwestern Virginia with a credible and safe place to purchase locally produced fresh foods at affordable prices. 2) The secondary mission of the Wytheville Farmers Market is to provide local farmers, gardeners, food producers, and artisans with an opportunity to meet other like-minded individuals to share their individual knowledge and expertise, give back to the community, and provide a profitable place for local harvests to be sold in a casual yet professional manner.
Contact Person: Jen Otey
Address: 570 E. Spring St.
Phone Number: 2766200303
Months of Operation
Answer: May – October
Hours of Operation
Answer: Saturdays, 9am – 1pm
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A Sweet Little Artisan Bakery Specializing in Organic Craft Breads, Bagels, Cupcakes and More. We are Now Open to the Public in our Retail Location, while continuing to Provide Custom Breads and Baked Goods for Commercial Accounts.
109 Old Hensley Rd
Also frequents Farm to Table at Greenbrier Nurseries Thursday and Saturday
Shawsville 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.
Answer: Sandy BirkenmaierCity
Answer: 540-381-1856Months of Operation
Answer: May Through OctoberHours of Operation
Answer: Saturday, 9 a.m. – 12 noon
Answer: 267 Alleghany Spring Road
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Our main objective is to market local vegetables, fruits, honey, and quality crafts. This is our 3rd year and we are growing fast. A new and local organic vegetable farm joins us this year. We are also fortunate to have a Thai chef who markets her “ready to eat Thai foods” at this market.
This is what the local newspaper, The Smith Mountain Lake Eagle, wrote about this market last year (June 08): Live chicken, ducks and eggs from free range hens. Ripe, fragrant peaches, the size of soft balls. Juicy, heirloom tomatoes, corns picked the night before, young, tender yellow and green squashes without blemish. Artisan breads, homemade breads and cakes. Thai Masman Curry, packaged and ready to heat up for a quick dinner with the different. Several varieties of honey from the hive just down the roads These are just a few examples of what being offered at the Moneta / SML Community Market.
We offered the freshest vegetables, fruits, honey, breads, eggs cheese, Thai foods and quality crafts at our market. All products are produced locally and travel less than 50 miles to the market.
With this diversity of vendors and a great new location: on the grounds of Moneta Farm & Home Center, on Rt.122 (the highway running from Rocky Mount to Bedford) we feel that our market is here to stay!
2664 Radford Church Rd,
Phone: (540) 297-5789
Our goal is to provide healthy produce/food to children and adults who do not have access to it or cannot afford it. McCabe sells his pottery at the Blacksburg Farmers Market and at the end of the day gathers surplus produce from the vendors to take back to floyd (including soap, eggs, and bread on occasion) Plenty also provides market coupons to and has arranged with the department of aging to provide van service on saturday mornings to elderly women in floyd to get to the local floyd farmers market and to have one or two coupons (worth 2 bucks each) to spend on the produce. We also sell rain barrels, have a master gardener come speak at our community garden on a month basis. and more
Plenty! is the umbrella name for several food community redistribution projects that we are engaged in for Floyd County. we sponsor the empty bowls project that is a fundraiser for the backpack program of floyd elementary and high schools. our second project is healthy snacks for hungry kids where we place healthy snacks and juices for all kindergarten and first graders in all four elementary schools. our third project is Kid’s Wonder Garden, at Floyd Elementary School. This year kindergartens are planting and harvesting beans, potatoes, etc and have just planted beets, spinach, etc. our fourth project is the new Floyd Community Garden, located 1/2 mile north of the traffic light in floyd where we now have our studios for Wildfire Pots and the space for our final project Portable Produce where we glean and gather surplus organic produce from farmers and gardeners in floyd county and take bags out weekly to some 70 families and individuals- elderly, handicapped and single mothers who do not have transportation.
rom the light at floyd, go north on highway 8, about a half a mile, past the harvest moon, look to your right for the community garden and the little gray building and two red ones. from Blacksburg, Christiansburg, take highway 8 toward floyd, past wills ridge lumber, past the dollar store on the left, past citizens telephone on the right, then turn in at the next left.
karen day/ mccabe coolidge
138 little river rd.
floyd virginia 24091
Our studio and community garden site is at the northside center, an old timey rickety gray building, just down the hill from Harvest Moon.
Located in beautiful downtown Salem, the Salem Farmers Market vendors pride themselves on bringing the “Best of the Country to the City”. Our vendors bring a wide variety of products to market including fresh locally grown fruits and vegetables, organic produce, delicious baked goods, jams/jellies, local honey, antibiotic and hormone free meats, spice mixes, farm fresh eggs, cheeses, flowers and shrubbery, and so much more.
Be sure and join us at 9:30 every Saturday morning in June, July, and August for Chef’s Circle demonstrations! www.salemva.gov/chefscircle/
As always, there is ample free parking on site, so come join your friends at the Salem Farmers Market!
Location: Corner of Broad St. and Main Street, downtown Salem. Hours: Mon-Sat from 7:30 till 2 pm.
The Farmers Market is located in downtown Salem on the corner of Main Street and Broad Street. From Interstate 81, take exit 140 and head east into Salem. At the Main Street intersection, turn right. The Market is located 2 blocks down Main Street on your right.
Beth Carson, City Horticulturist Alice Austin, Market Manager
Beth Carson 540-375-3028, Market office 540-375-4098
The Vinton Farmers’ Market, located at 204 W. Lee Ave., is a great place to sell or purchase produce, crafts, plants, jams, jellies, baked goods and artwork under the comfort of a permanent canopy. The market is open Thursday, Friday, Saturday, from 8 a.m. -3 p.m. The market also hosts many events throughout the year including Art Markets, Vintage Markets, and Retro Evenings. For more information visit www.vintonva.gov
The Vinton Farmers’ Market, located at 204 W. Lee Ave., is a great place to sell or purchase produce, crafts, plants, jams, jellies, baked goods and artwork. The market is open Thursday, Friday, Saturday, from 8 a.m. -3 p.m. The market also hosts many events throughout the year including Art Markets, Vintage Markets, and Retro Evenings.
From I-581 take Exit 4-E to Route 460/Orange Ave. At the fifth stoplight turn right on Gus W. Nicks Blvd. After entering Vinton turn left on Pollard St for one block and turn right on Lee Ave.
Mary Beth Layman
204 W. Lee Ave., Vinton, Virginia 24179
Southern States Roanoke Cooperative is a farmer owned co-op founded in 1935. We provide farm and home supplies for a five county area (Botetourt, Craig, Franklin, Roanoke, Rockbridge counties and the southern part of West Virginia). We provide: seed, fertilizer, farm supplies, feed, petroleum, and lawn and garden supplies. We will be opening a new 12,000 square foot retail facility during the fall of 2010 at 8709 Cloverale Road (alt 220/604) in Troutville, Virginia
PO BOX 160 Troutville, VA 24175
Directions: Ikenberry Orchards, 2557 Roanoke Road, Daleville, VA
(The “Roanoke Road” is actually US 220)
Join us every Saturday, Rain or Shine, for the Troutville Farmers’ Market in the Park! Located right inside the
5419 Lee Highway
The Grandin Village Community Market is open every Saturday from 8:00am-noon from April 25-October 31 for the 2015 season.
The Grandin Village Community Market supports local, sustainable agriculture by connecting the public with local farmers and food producers. The Grandin Village Market accepts and doubles SNAP-EBT benefits.
Currently the Grandin Village Community Market is comprised of 19 farmers and food producers featuring certified and non-certified organic veggies, fruit, herbs, seasonal seedlings, cheese, pasture raised/grass-fed chicken, beef, pork, and lamb, regional seafood, locally roasted coffee, artisan homemade breads, muffins, baked goods, hot-prepared foods, and fresh-cut flowers.
All of our markets feature 100% locally produced products with an emphasis on organic, sustainable, and humane producers, products, and practices. All products sold at our markets are produced within 100 miles of our market locations. We make two exceptions to this rule: we allow regional seafood from Virginia and North Carolina waters (only if the vendor is local) and coffee (only if the roaster is local).
Contact: Sam Lev
Address: 2080 Westover Rd Roanoke VA 24015 (raised parking lot behind Roanoke Natural Foods Coop)
The Grandin Village Market on Roanoker Blog
Alan & Ruth Fralin
10179 Bent Mountain Road
Bent Mountain, VA 24059
We have been providing locally grown fruits and vegetables in season from our family farm for 30 years. These include, but are not limited to: tomatoes, corn, cabbage, potatoes, peaches, apples, squash, peppers, green beans, cucumbers, and much more. We are located on top of Bent Mountain and open from April through October, Tuesday through Sunday, from 10am to 6pm.
From Roanoke: Go about 14 miles south on route 221 from the 419/221 intersection at Cave Spring, 1/2 mile past the Bent Mountain Post Office.
From Floyd: From the stoplight go approximately 24 miles north on route 221.
2333 Blacksburg Rd
Fincastle VA 24090
Bryant Orchards has peaches and produce from late June through August and Apples September through November. We have fresh local grown fruits and vegetables. We also have homemade applebutter and jams.
We are located on 220 next to Daleville post office right across from Lord Botetourt High School.
Selling local, sustainable and organic grassfed beef, free-range chickens, eggs,
Michael L. Burton
203 South Locust Street
9 am to 1 pm