Highland Farmers’ Market – Young Farmers’ Day!

 Young Farmers’ Day! 

 Find out what the young farmers’ in our area are doing, including the local FFA and 4-H chapters – and of course, shop for the finest in local meat, produce, eggs, baked goods, flowers and more!

Don’t miss the Allegheny Mountain School demo on

cheese-making!

  Friday, August 10th, 3:30 to 6 pm under The Highland Center Pavilion

Visit the Farmers’ Market webpage for more information and a full summer schedule.

Scheduled vendors include:

– Lee Mitchell – Eggs, lettuce, squash, onions, cabbage, green beans, lamb cuts

Bruce Folks – Maple Syrup, fudge, baked goods, beets, cabbage, squash, beans, peppers, eggplant, corn tomatos, zinnias, dahlias, and gladiolas

– Church Hill Produce  -Corn, melons, cucumbers, red & yellow tomatoes, heirloom tomatoes, green and lima beans, onions, potatoes – red, white, yellow, cherry tomatoes, yellow and butternut squash, zuchhini, eggplant, flowers, lettuce, cabbage, cauliflower

– Mountain Pastures – Homemade lotion and lip balm

– Scott Neil – eggs

– Healing Farm – UDSA inspected beef – premium cuts and ground beef

– Riven Rock Farm – USDA inspected grass finished beef – premium cuts and ground beef, eggs, honey

– Summer Cohen – Blackberry peach crisp, peach cobbler, chocolate zucchini cake, lemon glazed zucchini bread, coconut macaroons, jam

– Virginia Trout Company – Allegheny mountain trout fillets

– Puff’s Maple Pit Cooked BBQ – Pork BBQ – sandwiches and containers and dinners, sausage, baked goods, milkshakes, hand-dipped ice cream, blueberries

Highland High School FFA – milkshakes

* Vendors and products subject to change

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Highland Farmers’ Market – National/VA Farmers’ Market Week!

 

 National/Virginia Farmers Marker Week! (Almost)

 

 We like to do things a little bit differently at The Highland Farmers’ Market – so we’re celebrating the national and state recognition of farmers’ markets a week early!

 

So get the jump on everyone else by coming out to enjoy everything farmers’ markets have to offer – the finest in local meat, produce, baked goods, crafts and so much more!

 

Don’t miss the return of the crowd favorite alpacas!

 

  Friday, August 3rd, 3:30 to 6 pm under The Highland Center Pavilion

             

Visit the Farmers’ Market webpage for more information

and a full summer schedule.

 

Scheduled vendors include: 

 

– Lee Mitchell – Eggs, lettuce, squash, onions, cabbage, green beans, lamb cuts

   

 Bruce Folks – Maple Syrup, fudge, baked goods, beets, cabbage, squash, beans, peppers, eggplant, corn tomatos, zinnias, dahlias, and gladiolas

 

 – Church Hill Produce  – Lettuce, squash, green onions, red and white potatos, green beans, snow peas, broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, roma beans, sweet corn, melons, flowers 

   

– Mountain Pastures – Homemade lotion and lip balm    

– Sarah Ricketts – Cupcakes, baked goods, flowers, eggs 

  

– Healing Farm – UDSA inspected beef – premium cuts and ground beef 

 

Ginseng Moutain Farm – grass finished beef and lamb , Jerry’s Grilling marinade, sheepskins

  

– Riven Rock Farm – USDA inspectedgrass finished ground beef, eggs, honey  

– Summer Cohen – Blackberries, jam and baked goods

  

– Virginia Trout Company – Allegheny mountaintrout fillets

 

– Puff’s Maple Pit Cooked BBQ –   Pork BBQ – sandwiches and containers and dinners, sausage, baked goods, milkshakes, hand-dipped ice cream

– Diamond Triple C Ranch –live alpacas and wool products

  

– Especially For You – jewelery and keepsakes

 

– Walter Davis – birdhouses and woodcrafts

– Gerry Mosier – Quilts,table runners, and other quilted items,potato bags and handmade soap

     

       * Vendors and products subject to change*

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Highland Farmers’ Market – Mountain Market Cook-off!

 Mountain Market Cook-off!

 

 Join us for the first ever Mountain Market Cook-off, a friendly competition showing off the fine products that can be found right here at the Market!

You can help judge while you shop for the finest in local meat, produce, baked goods, flowers and more always found at the Market!

Pressure canner testing by Cooperative Extension

 

  Friday, July 27th, 3:30 to 6 pm under The Highland Center Pavilion

           

Visit the Farmers’ Market webpage for more information

and a full summer schedule.

 

Scheduled vendors include: 

 

– Lee Mitchell – Eggs, lettuce, radishes, onions, spinach, lamb cuts

  

 Bruce Folks – Maple Syrup, fudge, baked goods, lettuce, onions, beets, cabbage, radishes, broccoli, squash, blueberries, cucumbers, beans, zinnias and gladiolas

 

 – Church Hill Produce  – Lettuce, squash, green onions, red and white potatos, green beans, gladiolas, snow peas, broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, roma beans, sweet corn, melons and flowers 

– Mountain Pastures – Homemade lotion and lip balm

       

– Healing Farm – UDSA inspected beef – premium cuts and ground beef 

  

– Summer Cohen – Blackberries, blackberry jam, salted oatmeal cookies, peach & blackberry cobbler, chocolate zuchinni cake 

 

– Virginia Trout Company – Allegheny mountaintrout fillets

 

– Puff’s Maple Pit Cooked BBQ – Pork BBQ – sandwiches and containers and dinners, sausage, baked goods, milkshakes, hand-dipped ice cream, blueberries

   

 

       * Vendors and products subject to change*

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Highland Farmers’ Market – Arts in Bloom!

 

Arts in Bloom!

 Summer is the perfect time to celebrate Highland’s many photographers, painters and artisans. Shop for local art, crafts and photography, along with the finest in local produce, meat, baked goods and more!

Live entertainment by Doug Varner and Friends!

  Friday, July 20th, 3:30 to 6 pm under The Highland Center Pavilion

Visit the Farmers’ Market webpage for more information and a full summer schedule.

Scheduled vendors include:

Lee Mitchell – Eggs, lettuce, radishes, onions, spinach, garden plants , lamb cuts

Bruce Folks – Maple Syrup, fudge, baked goods, lettuce, onions, beets, cabbage, sweet corn, radishes, broccoli, squash, blueberries, cucumbers, beans, zinnias and gladiolas

Church Hill Produce  – Lettuce, squash, green onions, red and white potatos, green beans, gladiolas, snow peas, broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, roma beans, sweet corn, sunflowers and snap dragons

Mountain Pastures – Homemade lotion and lip balm

Sarah Ricketts – cupcakes, baked goods, flowers, eggs

Healing Farm – UDSA inspected beef – premium cuts and ground beef

Virginia Trout Company – Allegheny mountain trout fillets

Highland Center Studios – Small paintings and cards

Gerry Mosier – Quilts,table runners, and other quilted items,potato bags and handmade soap

Mirrorslap Photography – local photographs

Walter Davis – birdhouses and woodcrafts

Summer Cohen – Blackberries and cobbler

 

* Vendors and products subject to change*

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Highland Farmers’ Market – Beef Cattlemen’s Day!

Beef Cattlemen’s Day!

If you’re going to put burgers and steaks on the grill, why not make them from Highland-raised beef? And while you’re at it, pick up some produce, baked goods, flowers, desserts and more!

Cooking demos and recipes by Allegheny Mountain School and Virginia Cooperative Extension!

Friday, July 13th, 3:30 to 6 pm under The Highland Center Pavilion

Visit the Farmers’ Market webpage for more information and a full summer schedule.

Scheduled vendors include:

Lee Mitchell – Eggs, lettuce, radishes, onions, spinach, garden plants , lamb cuts

Bruce Folks – Maple Syrup, fudge, baked goods, lettuce, onions, beets, cabbage, radishes, broccoli, squash, blueberries, cucumbers, beans, zinnias and gladiolas

 Church Hill Produce  – Lettuce, squash, green onions, red and white potatos, green beans, gladiolas, snow peas, broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, roma beans, sweet corn, sunflowers and snap dragons

Mountain Pastures – Homemade lotion and lip balm

Sarah Ricketts – cupcakes, baked goods, flowers, eggs

Riven Rock Farm – USDA inspected grass finished beef cuts and ground beef, honey

Ginseng Mountain Farm – USDA inspected grass finished beef and lamb cuts, grilling marinade, sheepskins

 Healing Farm – UDSA inspected beef – premium cuts and ground beef

 Virginia Trout Company – Allegheny mountain trout fillets

Puff’s Maple Pit Cooked BBQ – Pork BBQ – sandwiches and containers and dinners, sausage, baked goods, milkshakes, hand-dipped ice cream, blueberries, garden plants

Walter Davis – birdhouses and woodcrafts

* Vendors and products subject to change*

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Highland Farmers’ Market – Happy Birthday to Us!

 Happy Birthday to Us!

 Come out and help us celebrate 15 years of good food, friends and fun at the Market!

Free ice cream while supplies last!

And make sure to grab some local meat, produce, baked goods and more for that 4th of July cookout!

 

Live entertainment by Fiddle-Dee and Fiddle-Dum (Bill Harmon and friends)!

Friday, July 6th, 3:30 to 6 pm under The Highland Center Pavilion

Visit the Farmers’ Market webpage for more information and a full summer schedule.

Scheduled vendors include:

– Lee Mitchell – Eggs, lettuce, radishes, onions, spinach, garden plants , lamb cuts

Bruce Folks – Maple Syrup, fudge, baked goods, lettuce, onions, beets, cabbage, radishes, broccoli, squash, blueberries, cucumbers, beans, zinnias and gladiolas

– Church Hill Produce  – Lettuce, squash, green onions, radishes, cucumbers, snow peas, broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, roma beans, sunflowers and snap dragons

– Mountain Pastures – Homemade lotion and lip balm

– Riven Rock Farm – USDA inspected grass finished beef cuts and ground beef, honey

– Ginseng Mountain Farm – USDA inspected grass finished beef and lamb cuts, grilling marinade, sheepskins

– Healing Farm – UDSA inspected beef – premium cuts and ground beef

– Virginia Trout Company – Allegheny mountain trout fillets

Mary Kate and Ellie Roberson  Birthday themed crafts – crocheted necklaces and bracelets, flower pens, go green clips, painted signs

– Puff’s Maple Pit Cooked BBQ – Pork BBQ – sandwiches and containers and dinners, sausage, baked goods, milkshakes, hand-dipped ice cream, blueberries, garden plants

* Vendors and products subject to change*

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Reduce, Re-Use, Recycle at The Highland Farmers’ Market!


 Reduce, Reuse, Recycle!   

      

 Join us this week for Reduce, Re-Use and Recycle The Market always features the finest in local produce, meat, flowers, and more – crafts will be available which feature re-used items.

The Highland Recycling trailer will be onsite – and don’t miss the demo on composting by Alleghany Mountains School fellows!

      

 Friday, June 29th, 3:30 to 6 pm under The Highland Center Pavilion

   

Visit the Farmers’ Market webpage for more information and a full summer schedule.

 

Scheduled vendors include: 

 

– Lee Mitchell – Eggs, lettuce, radishes, onions, spinach, garden plants , lamb cuts

 

 Bruce Folks – Maple Syrup, fudge, baked goods, lettuce, onions, beets, cabbage, radishes, broccoli, squash, blueberries, cucumbers, beans, zinnias and gladiolas

– Church Hill Produce  – Lettuce, squash, green onions, radishes, cucumbers, snow peas, sunflowers and snap dragons

– Mountain Pastures – Homemade lotion and lip balm   

– Sarah Ricketts – cupcakes, baked goods, flowers, eggs 

– Riven Rock Farm – grass finished beef cuts and ground beef, honey 

– Virginia Trout Company – Allegheny mountaintrout fillets

 

Ginseng Moutain Farm (vendor subject to becoming grandparents 🙂 ) – grass finished beef and lamb , Jerry’s Grilling marinade, sheepskins

 

Haley and Sadie Warner –  Lettuce, basil multi-colored chard, arugula, parsley, cilantro, onions, recycled planters and picture frames

   

– Puff’s Maple Pit Cooked BBQ – Pork BBQ – sandwiches and containers and dinners, sausage, baked goods, milkshakes, hand-dipped ice cream, blueberries, garden plants

  

– Walter Davis – birdhouses and woodcrafts

 

 

      * Vendors and products subject to change*

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Fiber Guild Day at The Highland Farmers’ Market

     

Wool and Fiber Crafts! 

Alpacas!

Live Entertainment by Chelsea McBee and the Random Assortment!  

All this plus the finest in local produce, meat, flowers, and more always found at the Market!  

        

 Friday, June 22nd, 3:30 to 6 pm under The Highland Center Pavilion

Scheduled vendors include:

– Lee Mitchell – Eggs, lettuce, radishes, onions, spinach, garden plants , lamb cuts

Bruce Folks – Maple Syrup, fudge, baked goods, lettuce, onions, beets, cabbage, radishes, broccoli, squash, blueberries, cucumbers

– Church Hill Produce  – Lettuce, squash, green onions

– Mountain Pastures – Homemade lotion and lip balm

– Sarah Ricketts – cupcakes, baked goods, flowers, eggs

– Riven Rock Farm – grass finished beef – cuts and ground beef

– Virginia Trout Company – Allegheny mountain trout fillets

Puff’s Maple Pit Cooked BBQ – Pork BBQ – sandwiches and containers and dinners, sausage, baked goods, milkshakes, hand-dipped ice cream, blueberries, garden plants

– Artful Gifts – summer weight tunics made of silk and local wool with interchangeable collars, irridescent silk scarves

– Ellie Roberson – handmade fiber jewelery and crafts

– Gerry Mosier – wooden fish wine racks, quilts and quilted items, handmade soap and salves, table runners, potato bags, and various other quilted stuffs

– Diamond Triple C Ranch – alpaca wool and crafts

– Mystical Silk – handmade silk scarves and apparel

– Wool Becomes Ewe – wool made items and crafts

* Vendors and products subject to change*

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Healthy Lifestyles at The Highland Farmers Market

Don’t miss the demonstrations by Allegheny Mountain School Fellows  on how to incorporate the fresh veggies available right at the Market into your diet!

Plus all the local meat, baked goods, flowers                                                         and more always found here!

     Friday, June 15th, 3:30 to 6 pm under The Highland Center Pavilion

         Visit the Farmers’ Market webpage for more information and a full summer schedule.

Scheduled vendors include:

Lee Mitchell – Eggs, lettuce, radishes, onions, spinach, garden plants

Bruce Folks – Maple Syrup, fudge, baked goods, lettuce, onions, beets, cabbage, radishes, broccoli, squash, blueberries

Church Hill Produce  – Lettuce, squash, green onions

Mountain Pastures – Homemade lotion and lip balm

Sarah Ricketts – cupcakes, baked goods, flowers, eggs

Riven Rock Farm – 100% Natural, USDA Grass-Fed Beltie Beef -steaks, cuts and ground beef – low in satuarated fat, high in Omega 3s and antioxidants, exceptionally tender, healthy and full of flavor – raised humanely in an environment free of agrichemicals, pesticides, antibiotics, hormones and grain. Also taking reservations for quarters and halves.

 Virginia Trout Company – Allegheny mountain trout fillets

Puff’s Maple Pit Cooked BBQ – Pork BBQ – sandwiches and containers and dinners, sausage, baked goods, milkshakes, hand-dipped ice cream, fresh picked blueberries, garden plants

* Vendors and products subject to change*

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Marketing Local Meat Workshop

Marketing Local Meat Workshop to be held at The Highland Center

Are you a producer interested in or already selling meat directly to consumers? If so, you need to make plans to attend the Marketing Local Meat Workshop, to be held at The Highland Center on Thursday, June 14th, at 6:30 pm

 

 

Speakers and presentations will cover:

  •  Legalities and Regulations

Tom Hall – VDACS

  • Marketing Opportunities

Mike Carpenter – VDACS

David Robishaw – VDACS

Chris Fuller – Alleghany Meats

  • Q&A With Retailers

 

For more information, or to RSVP, contact Scott Smith at 540-468-1922 or tscottsmith@htcnet.org , or call the Highland-Bath Extension office at 540-468-2225.

 

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