Young Farmers’ Day!
August 9th, 3:30 – 6:00
The Highland Center Pavilion
Learn about the next generation of farmers, and what they are doing to promote and educate on growing your own healthy food – then shop the healthy local produce, meat, baked goods, flowers and more raised by the current generation!
Allegheny Mountain School Demo – Edible Merry-Go-Round
Tasting the flavors of local foods!
Come meet and greet this years’ AMS fellows and taste different home-made seasonal vegetable dips! We will have crackers, vegetable dips, and recipes, so come on over and meet your young farmers. Each fellow will have different dips and recipes, so don’t miss out on the different flavors!
Be sure to check out the great video on AMS by the Staunton News Leader on
– Bruce Folks – Maple products, baked goods, fudges, cookies, produce, corn, tomatoes
– Church Hill Produce – USDA inspected beef, honey, green & red tomatoes, sweet corn, broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, lettuce, cucumbers, squash, zucchini, onions, green beans, peppers (bell, sweet & hot), raspberries, watermelons
– Cress Farm – USDA inspected lamb, eggs
– Healing Farm – USDA inspected beef
– Ian Sawyer – AMS research project
– Ina Moss – Cupcakes
– Mountain Pastures – All natural lotion and lip balm
– Mountain Springs Farm – USDA inspected pork cuts and sausage, eggs, beets, onions, swiss chard, lettuce, herbs
– Riven Rock Farm – USDA inspected beef and lamb, honey, eggs
– Sarahcycled – All natural soaps and lotion bars
– Southernmost Maple – Pork BBQ, milkshakes, baked goods, maple syrup, bbq sauce, ice cream
– Thrive Farm – Plants,flowers and produce
– Va Trout Co – Allegheny mountain trout fillets
Vendors and products subject to change
Next Week – Taste of Highland!