| Catawba Valley Farmers' Market
Contact: Lindsay Newsome
108 N. Jefferson Street, Suite 701
Roanoke, VA 24016
The Catawba Valley Farmers Market is open every Thursday from
3:30-6:30 May-October. We have a great selection of fresh,
locally-grown vegetables, herbs, flowers, honey, meats, eggs, baked
goods, prepared foods and traditional handicrafts. The Catawba
Community Center is equipped with a picnic shelter with tables and a
playground for the kids. Every Thursday a pottery class/craft project
will be conducted by a Roanoke City Schools art teacher for a small
4965 Catawba Creek Road at the Catawba Community Center
Off Rte. 311 near the General Store and the Homeplace Restaurant
See you there!
Grandin Village Community Market supports local sustainable agriculture
by connecting the public with local farmers, artisans, and other
producers in a vibrant and economically viable marketplace. All items
sold at the Market are produced within 100 miles of the Market location
because "Local is Good." Our producers sell the finest fresh, local,
and sustainably produced meats, cheeses, baked goods, vegetables,
herbs, fruits, cut flowers, and so much more. Be sure to check out our
featured artist of the week each and every Saturday.
Will open April 23rd, Earth Day, and be open each and every Saturday from 8am - 12noon through the end of October.
Town of Rocky Mount
Farmers' Market at Citizen Square
Address: 435 Franklin St, Rocky Mount Va.
Web site: Farmers' Market
site also has a listings, descriptions and links to farmer's markets
and well as all manner of things happening outdoors in the ROV. .
Their Markets Page is here
The West End Community Market will celebrate its grand opening on
Wednesday June 2nd at 4:00 pm. The Market will operate each and every
Wednesday from 4:00pm to 7:00 pm, June through September. The WECM will
feature many of the producers from the Grandin Village Community Market
as well as some new vendors.
The West End Community Market
supports local sustainable agriculture by connecting the public with
local farmers, artisans, and other producers in a vibrant and
economically viable marketplace. All items sold at the Market, with the
exception of Chesapeake Bay Seafood, are produced within 100 miles of
the Market location because "Local is Good."
We will accept SNAP, EBT, and WIC as payment for all food items.
West End Community Market update:
Will reopen on Tuesday, yes we're moving to Tuesdays, April 5th and be
open each and every Tuesday from 3:00-6:00pm. through the end of
*Beginning in May, both the Granding Market and the West End Market will accept SNAP-EBT benefits.
'Our members sell seasonal produce, baked goods, wine, baked goods, related crafts,
fresh eggs and meat from April through October. A few hearty souls continue past the official end date." (From their web site)
Wytheville Farmer's Market
Contact:Suzie Richert Farmer's Market
Address: 355 East Main Street, Wytheville, VA 24382
The Wytheville Farmers Market provides
locally grown, fresh produce and baked goods from a variety of vendors
on Saturday mornings from June through October. The market is located
on Main Street in downtown Wytheville and is open from 8:00 a.m. to
Mountain Organics produces raw, organic superfoods. All of our products
are handmade in small batches to ensure freshness. We have over 300
items. We believe that you can taste and feel the difference raw foods
make. Our foods are raw, certified organic, certified kosher, non GMO,
gluten free, salt free, peanut free and dairy free.
Troutville Farmers Market in the Park
Troutville Town Hall Farmer's Market
Address: 5340 Lee Highway,Troutville, VA 24175
mailing address:Town of Troutville
P.O. Box 276
Troutville, VA 24175
Saturdays at the Town Park starting May 8th through September
7:00 am until 12 noon Farmers Market sponsored by Troutville "Friends of the Park"
Interstate 81 Troutville Exit 150-B To Troutville
2 miles North on Rt 11 Park on Right No yes (540) 992-4401
Contacts: Barb Bryant
Address: 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.
Contact: Tenley Weaver
Address: 320 Fork Drive Floyd, VA 24091
We bring a cornucopia of local delights to our market booths: over 50 varieties of fresh-picked
vegetables throughout the growing season; fresh culinary herbs; cultivated and wild mushrooms;
seasonal tree fruits, melons and berries of every variety; beef, pork and chicken; fresh free-range eggs;
cow- and goat-milk cheeses; honeys, sorghum molasses and jams/jellies; tree nuts; seasonal foods
cookbooks and much more. In the springtime, give your organic garden a jumpstart with our certified
organic vegetable and herb seedlings. Products for our market booths are #1 quality, fresh-picked, from
professional farmers who maintain high food safety standards.
Grandin Village Community Market, Roanoke
Saturdays from 8 to 12, Mid-April to October
Westover Ave. behind Roanoke Natural Foods
West End Center Farmer’s Table, Roanoke
Tuesdays from 3 to 6, Year-Round
Corner of 13th and Patterson
Floyd Farmer’s Market, Floyd
Saturdays from 9 to 1, May to October
Downtown on Locust St.
YMCA Farmer’s Table in Blacksburg
Tuesdays from 3 to 6, Year-Round Saturdays from 9 to 12
A La Carte Virtual Market
Tailored to busy local food connoisseurs, this virtual email-based market presents the area’s finest
local foods in a convenient pre-order and pick-up program. Year ‘round, A La Carte features a large
assortment of frozen meats, free-range eggs, regional cheeses, bulk produce for canning/freezing/
storage, as well as value-added foods and natural kitchen crafts. Drop sites in Roanoke, Blacksburg and
Once you request to be on our email list at firstname.lastname@example.org or through the sign-up portal on our
website www.goodfoodgoodpeople.net we will send you a weekly menu of our local seasonal products.
This service includes FREE order and delivery to our dropsites – no membership fees or extra charges.
Our Menu features frequent updates of a wide variety of farm-origin and cottage industry food products
available from our local region. From bulk boxes of fruits straight from the orchards, fall potatoes for
storage, XL brown eggs and small farm cheeses, a smorgasbord of pork, beef and chicken, to home-
baked cookies and cheesecakes, handcrafted soaps and local cookbooks—GFGP collects the finest,
tastiest and most conscientious products under one convenient on-line ordering program and delivers
directly to your hometown. A La Carte is also a great way to access large quantities of fresh summer
produce for canning, freezing and putting up local foods for the cold winter months.
Alan & Ruth Fralin
10179 Bent Mountain RoadBent Mountain, VA 24059
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
.Roadside Market 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.
Shawsville Farmers Market is located outside The Meadowbrook Center and Meadowbrook Public Library in Shawsville.
Hours of operation are 9 a.m. - 12 noon, each Saturday, April 23 - October 1, 2011.
Fresh produce, eggs, gluten-free treats,
dried herbs, honey, jams, baked goods, gourmet goodies, grass-finished
beef, vegetable plants and locally made crafts and artwork.
We also sponsor the EastMont Tomato
Festival at Meadowbrook the second Saturday in August. See
www.eastmonttomatofestival.com for more info.Shawsville Farmers Market
Take Rt. 460/11 to Shawsville. Located on the corner of Rt. 460 and
Alleghany Spring Road.
2763 Stony Fork Road
Moneta, VA 24121
BarnHouse Garden sells direct from the garden at our Trolley
farmstand. I grow organically and am working towards sustainable
growth by seed-saving. We grow Heirloom produce and herbs, specializing
in Heirloom melons. Seeds, herb pots, Tomato pots are available
in April. Medicinal herbal teas are available.
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.
|Vinton Farmers Market
Mary Beth Layman
204 W. Lee Ave., Vinton, Virginia 24179
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
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.
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.
Wertz's Farm Market
3212 Brambleton Avenue
774-0675 Home 989-5880 Work
Canned Jam, Jelly, Pickles, Apple Butter, as well as fresh fruits and vegetables
King Brothers Farms and Orchards
Nancy and,Will Riking, Gladys and Howard King
visit our 7th generation farm and step back in time. Enjoy country
life. Enjoy fruits and vegetables. Visit us on the Roanoke City Market
in the summertime and at the orchard in the fall.
beans, potatoes, squash, peppers, cabbage, cucumbers, fruit - Roanoke
City and Salem Farmers Market and PYO fruit Sept 15- Nov 20
Parkway View Fruit Farm
William and June Heffley
Open Daily except Sunday
beans, corn, potatoes, squash, tomatoes, apples, peaches
apples, peaches, nectarines, cherries, some tomatoes
1356 Coopers Cove Road Hardy, Virginia
Greenhouse has been in business for 24 years. The large greenhouses are
on 5 acres. We use sustainable growing methods for a large assortment
of herb, annual, and perennial, flowers, and vegetable plants. These
plants may be bought at the farm or at the Roanoke City Market February
Beth Carson, City Horticulturist Alice Austin, Market Manager
Beth Carson 540-375-3028, Market office 540-375-4098
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
Be sure and join us at 9:30 every
Saturday morning in June, July, and August for Chef’s Circle
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.
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.
Roanoke Natural Foods Co-op provides our community with nutritious food
choices and earth friendly products. Operating from cooperative
principles, we support sustainable environmental practices, local
organic farmers, local businesses and our community.
TerriLynn Carper (Market Manager)
134 W. Main Street
Covington Farmers Market provides a variety of local produce and
artisan crafts to consumers. We provide grass fed and finished beef,
and poultry, a variety of bedding plants, potted flowers, herbs, and
vegetable plants, fresh cut herbs, hand made soaps and lotions, quilted
products, free range eggs, honey, and baked goods.
Grown in the Alleghany Highlands just for YOU!
The Covington Farmers Market is located at 134 West Main Street in
downtown Covington, Virginia at the intersection of West Main Street
and Monroe Avenue (Rt. 60).
5635 Grand Road Ext,Roanoke, VA 24018
farm since 1875. Our fruits and vegetables are grown on
premises. Old fashioned hard candy (in season). Fruit and
gift baskets are a specialty.
Select your own apples, peaches, nectarines, vegetables, apple butter,
peach butter, mountain honey, hard candy, Amish country
One mile west of Route 419 and Oak Grove School.
Hours: 9 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Monday - Thursday
9 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. Friday
9 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Saturday
Closed on Sundays
Source Partners is a wholesale produce distributor for the state of
Virginia. PSP provides fresh fruits and vegetables to local
restaurants and schools. PSP is a proud supporter of local and
We use our produce to can a large variety
of unique Jams and Pickles. Our produce is organic but not certified.
We use certified organic or chemical free ingredients in all our canned
goods and baked goods. No antibiotics or MSG. Most of our baked goods
are made with local fruits or Jams. We participate in Botetourt Family
Farms Market on Saturday's as well as Catawba Farmers Market on
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.
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.
2664 Radford Church Rd,
Phone: (540) 297-5789
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
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
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
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!