Events

Upcoming Events:

Fall Farm Tour — we are participating in the VABF Richmond Farm Tour
See details at: http://vabf.org/vabf-richmond-farm-tours/

Shake the Hands that Feed You!
September 20 & 21, 1 PM to 6 PM
Richmond Virginia and surrounding counties

“Load up your car with friends and family (one ticket covers everyone!) and head out for a day — or two — of meeting area biological/organic/Certified Naturally Grown farmers and seeing where and how your food is grown. Go at your own pace. This biological farm tour weekend is self-paced with farms located in clusters throughout the area. We will have Information on all of the participating farms in a tour program, a mobile app and on our web site. The tour cost will be $25 per vehicle in advance. Entrance tickets will also be available on tour days at every tour farm for $30 per vehicle (or $10 per vehicle for one farm) (Discounts for VABF members. Volunteers will receive a free pass).”

Here at Broadfork, we will offer guided tours at 2:00 and 4:00

Directions: 9501 Deer Range Rd, Moseley VA 23120 – Take the Hull Street Road exit off of 288, West toward Amelia. Deer Range Road is directly off Hull Street (about 9 miles after the 288 exit) on the left after you pass Grange Hall Elementary. We are at the very end of the road (1.5 miles). When you get to the cul-de-sac where the pavement ends, you are looking at our house, fields of vegetables, and greenhouses. Signs will direct you to parking. Tours begin at the light green shed building (which is our walk-in cooler) beside the house. Call if you have any problems: 804-337-6540

 Tours describe our Certified Naturally Grown farming practices, including permanent raised beds on contour, high-tunnel cultivation (unheated greenhouse), greenhouse seedling propagation, cover crops, farm-scale composting, bio-intensive planting, organic soil management, mulch for weed-suppression and other weed management practices, pest management, and macro- and micro-nutrient management.

6 thoughts on “Events

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  2. Friend of your neighbors the Baileys. Drop me an email sometime. We are involves with tricyclegardens.org and I would love to pick your brain about some ideas. -matt

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