This is our resource page for information on the vendors, and how to contact them with questions and/or concerns. Vendors are listed alphabetically by their farm/shop name.

 

 

7th Sunrise Coffee

Farmers Market Location:  Waynesboro

Contact: bclif815@gmail.com 

About: We’ve been roasting coffee for over 6 years - Bill started out with a glorified popcorn popper that roasted less than 1/2lb at a time, but now has a roaster with multiple controls  that can roast over 1lb with variety..  We get our coffee beans from two businesses, one in California and one in Harrisonburg, Virginia; both buy beans at fair-trade price and support sustainable farming practices. We’re called 7th Sunrise after the picture of God in scripture that talks of Him on the 7th day taking a step back looking at all that had been created and seeing that it was good, so very good. This is not an attempt to be religious as much as it is an attempt to encourage all of us to look at the beauty that is all around us - the mountains, the rivers, the sunrises and sunsets, the food, the drink, the people and just be amazed. For our customers, old and new, thank you for your business!

  

Calixto Farm

Farmers Market Location: North Augusta (in-person only)

Contact: calixtofarm3@gmail.com (540) 849-9452

Website: https://calixtofarm.com/ 

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CalixtoFarm-105272154475985/ 

About: My name is José Calixto and I operate Calixto Farm along with my wife, daughter, and sons. We’ve been planting and harvesting produce in Augusta County for over 15 years, including my time as co-owner of Singing Earth Produce in Waynesboro. You can find our produce at the local farmer’s markets in Harrisonburg, Staunton and Verona. We take pride in the quality and taste of everything we grow! Tomatoes, watermelon, corn,  cantaloupe, beets, spinach, peppers, green beans ….and more!

 

Farmer Brown

Farmers Market Location: North Augusta and Waynesboro (online only in Waynesboro)

Contact: robert.farmer.brown@gmail.com (540) 248-3585

About: Farmer Brown has been providing produce, james, jellies, and relishes for two decades in the Shenandoah Valley. Farmer Brown has "something for everyone" with a unique blend of fruit and pepper jellies, using alot of his own produce, as well as locally grown produce from other vendors. 

 

Grazelen Farm

Farmers Market Location: North Augusta & Waynesboro

Contact: fnolen@newhopetel.net (540) 294-0310

Website: www.grazelenfarm.com  

About: We are a family owned and operated producer of beef, pork, eggs, corn wheat, barley, soybeans, some vegetables, straw, and multiple kinds of hay and forage. We sell pork and beef that is live delivered to local butchers as well as in frozen packages. We sell at Farmers Markets as well as at 2 farms (680 Patterson Mill Rd and 315 Morton Rd) near New Hope, VA.

 

HEB Farm Homestead

 Farmer's Market Location: Waynesboro (online only)

Contact: hebfarmhomestead@gmail.com (540)-236-2816

Website: https://hebfarmhomestead.wixsite.com/website

Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/HEBfarm/

About: H.E.B. (honey, eggs, & bacon) farm sells chicken and pigs that is rotated on fresh pastures and eat crazy things like fermented non GMO feed, grass, and bugs, oh my! We also have local honey! We process our birds on farm and offer whole chickens, boneless skinless breats, legs, and wings. We have pastured pigs that we work with T&E Meats in Harrisonburg to provide many cuts of pastured pork. Healthy raised food means healthy planet, healthy soils, and healthy you. 

JMD Farm

Farmers Market Location: Waynesboro (online only)

Contact: info@jmdfarmmarket.com (540) 363-5331

Website: https://www.jmdfarmmarket.com/ 

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NewhopeJMDFarm/ 

About: We are passionate about practicing sustainable agriculture methods, ensuring that future generations will find natural resources intact. At JMD farm we are continuously evolving in our role as caretakers of the land. We do our part by keeping animals out of waterways, rotating grazing pastures to eliminate erosion, using botanical pest controls, fertilizing using natural products only when needed, composting, etc. We are located in the Shenandoah Valley, close to New Hope. Our goal is to produce high quality, all natural products, including black angus beef, Suffolk sheep, free-range chicken/eggs and fresh produce.

 

Kegley Farm

Farmers Market Location: North Augusta (in-person only)

Contact:(540) 430-3616

About: The Kegley's offer a range of vegetables, fruits, and baked goods for sale. This includes (but is not limited to): fresh blueberries from bushes on their farm, squash, potatoes, green beans, okra, onions, and baked goods such as cookies and banana bread. 

 

Marshall Southwick

Farmers Market Location: North Augusta & Waynesboro (online only in Waynesboro)

Contact: south4@gmail.com

About: Marshall Southwick grows vegetables from his home in Stuarts Draft. He started gardening as just a hobby after he retired, and decided to share his passion with the community.  He has been a Project GROWS vendor for over 6 years now. He is most well known for his tomatoes!

 

Our Little Corner Homestead

Farmers Market Location: Waynesboro

Contact: artistchic93@yahoo.com (540) 460-7810

About: Our motto is: “fresh made, locally grown, never frozen.” Our Little Corner is a small business start-up focused on organic produce, fresh made breads and desserts, and handmade foods from scratch.

 

 

Philosophers Tea

Farmers Market Location: North Augusta & Waynesboro

Contact: philosophersteaco@gmail.com 

Website: https://philosophers-tea.myshopify.com/ 

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/philosopherstea/ 

Instagram: @philosopherstea

About: Tea should be simple, but it should also give you something to think about. All of our blends are free of added flavors, meaning what you see is what you get: flavorful herbal tea blends with ingredients that appeal to all the senses. We take a holistic approach to crafting our available blends because we believe that to bring the mind and body into a state of wholeness, it's important to take in an appropriate combination of ingredients in order to deliver the desired benefits. We hope that our teas provide you with not just a physical feeling of wellness, but a sense of improved mental clarity as well. May you find contemplation in your cup of tea.

 

Poplar Ridge Farm

Farmers Market Location:  Waynesboro (in-person only)

Contact: Poplarridgeproduce@gmail.com Brian (540) 290-1323 and Coleen  (540) 290-7358

Website: www.poplar-ridge-farms.com 

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoplarRidgeFarms/

Instagram: @poplarridgefarms

About: There's nothing quite like a homegrown tomato. Except maybe lettuce fresh from the garden, or a sweet, crispy carrot, or a crunchy, spicy radish, or… Let's be honest, we love eating fresh garden veggies, no matter what kind. At Poplar Ridge Farms, we want to share our passion for exceptional food with you! We are Brian and Coleen Jones, and we have been farming in the Shenandoah Valley since 2004 and enjoy producing a diverse mix of vegetables, livestock, and grain. In 2018 we expanded our home garden into a market garden and began a new chapter in feeding our community. Brian is the visionary and the muscle of the farm; he's always had a passion for growing things and worked on a vegetable farm in his teens. Coleen is the one who tracks all the details for the farm and oversees marketing and finances; she grew up on a dairy farm and believes food is better when combined with butter or cheese. 

 

Roller's Bakery

Farmers Market Location: North Augusta (in-person only)

Contact: rollersbakery@emypeople.net (540) 363-2235

About: We are a family-owned bakery located in the Shenandoah Valley. We started in 1997, and have been making quality baked goods ever since. Our baked goods are made with freshly ground white spring wheat and the best white flour around. We offer a variety of home baked goods, from breads to cinnamon rolls. Try a loaf of healthy, homemade bread, or sample a cinnamon roll; and taste the difference. Please contact us if you have any questions.

  

Singing Earth Produce

Farmers Market Location: Waynesboro (in-person only)

Contact: singingearthproduce@gmail.com 

Website: https://www.singingearthproducefarm.com/ 

About: Beginning with spinach and spring onions, and ending with thousands of pounds of winter squash, potatoes, and storage onions, the growing year at Singing Earth Produce includes every type of vegetable in top quality and bountiful quantity. We, the Calixto family, have been living and farming 20 acres outside of Waynesboro for the past 20 years. We stay incredibly busy and produce an astonishing amount of food. We are always interested in learning about new crops and market opportunities – and willing to gently correct our Spanish vegetable vocabulary.

 

Valley Scents

Farmers Market Location: Waynesboro

Contact: info@valleyscents.com (540) 688-8855

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/valleyscentsva/ 

About: We are a family business that makes everything in small batches, together, teaching our girls the joy of having fun while spending time with the family.  We are a growing home business that is learning and growing.  We offer homemade bath products in small batches to help soothe the mind, body, heart and soul. Products include bath bombs, salt soak, salt & sugar scrubs and more.

 

White's Spring Valley Farm

Farmers Market Location: Waynesboro (online only)

Contact: wswgardens@gmail.com (540) 649-2909

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wswgardens/ 

About: We opened in July, 2015, and our favorite part of farming is coming out to the land early in the morning connecting with nature and all living things and feeling quiet and peaceful. We offer fresh produce in season as well as flowers, mushrooms, stone ground cornmeal, greenhouse plants, bird houses, and mulch.  Other products include tomatoes, potatoes, onions, beets, beans, squash, okra, cucumbers and blackberries, pumpkins, and hops. No chemical sprays or fertilizers and non-GMO. 

 

Wild Altar Farmstead

Farmers Market Location: Waynesboro

Contact: hanigoskytaylor@gmail.com 

Instagram: @wildaltarfarmstead

About: We are a regenerative farm in Stuarts Draft, VA. Wild Altar emphasizes responsible and resilient practices such as no-till gardening, woodland restoration and water conservation. We use only open-pollinated, non-gmo seed varieties with the intention of bringing uncommon or unexpected foods to your table. We hope to encourage a deeper connection to place, landscape, and community through food. We are a young farm, full of energy and hope for a stronger local food economy. We look forward to getting to know our community as we learn and grow.