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Local farmers are working hard to adapt selling methods of local products while ensuring customers health and safety.
With the Stay at Home order by the Governor, one of the reasons to leave home is to purchase food. Food and Agriculture are Essential! Farmers grow and sell food! Some local producers also make and sell soap!! You may also purchase plants as well to start your own gardens or landscape while at home.
Please remember local farmers when shopping for food. The farmers have worked hard to produce products and need support in this time as well.
Many farmers are making safety changes. Some practices they have implemented are extra cleaning, sanitizing and disinfecting. A few may stop recycling containers or using cardboard. Also, they are changing their selling procedures for customers to practice social distancing at farm stand and U-Pick farms. Many growers are increasing online ordering and pick up or delivery methods. A few products can even be mailed to you!
To find products, contact Rockingham County farmers directly
Kathryn Holmes, Rockingham County Agricultural Agent at firstname.lastname@example.org
LOCAL PRODUCERS LIST
A&L Log Cabin Farm
Fresh Seasonal Vegetable’s and Mushrooms
290 Lauren Road
Stokesdale, NC 27357
We participate at Market Square Farmer’s Market in Reidsville, NC on Saturdays from 7 a.m.-1 p.m., pickup at the farm on Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. for pre-orders and will be at the Fruits and Spirits Farmer’s Market Tuesdays starting May 12th from 4-7 p.m., located at the Stokesdale United Methodist Church.
Check our Facebook page : A&L Log Cabin Farm for pre orders.
Cornerstone Garlic Farm
We are offering pre orders and pickup locations . We prefer customers to sign up for our email list email@example.com and they will get a weekly order form. There is NO weekly obligation to order.
We currently have Eggs, micro-greens, fresh herbs, and Green Garlic. We also offer all our dried herb seasonings, dips rubs, jellies, Chili Mix, Garlic Powder and dog treats.
Very soon we will have lettuce, salad mixes, arugula, bok choy, collards, snap peas and all sorts of spring greens and root crops.
Our Pick up locations and times areas follows:
Southern States, Greensboro, Wednesdays 3:30-4;30
Parking lot at Goodwill, Yanceyville, Thursdays 3:30-4:30
Southern States, Reidsville, Saturdays 3:30- 4:30
Smith Century Farm, Gibsonville, Saturdays 9:00-12:00
Here is a link to this week’s form.
Fresh and dehydrated shiitake mushrooms
Local fruit jams and syrups
Call or text to arrange pick-up/delivery
Free out-of-town shipping for bulk packaged shiitake slices!
Fresh Taste Farmstead
Contact: Steve / firstname.lastname@example.org
Fresh Seasonal Produce, Chicken Eggs (Brown & Green) Guinea Eggs (limited supply)
Details: Check out our Facebook page for availability of fresh produce and eggs sold at Market Square Farmers Market, Tues/Thurs/Sat 7 a.m.–1 p.m., Downtown Reidsville, May – October
600 Roberts Road
Eden, NC 27288
(910) 280-8401 (No calls after 6 p.m.)
NC Grass-Fed Beef, NC Meat Handlers License,
USDA Inspected Meat, vacuum-sealed packaging
15 lb. minimum order
House of Health
Deetra Thompson, co-owner
House of Health
641 Washington Street
Eden, NC 27288
Hours: M-F: 10-6
Curb service is available.
Eggs (Sarah Shaw, Fresh Taste Farmstead, Reidsville)
Ground beef, beef liver, steaks (Mark Davis, Rolling Ridge, Reidsville)
Various sausages, bacon, pork loin (Stesha Warren, Eliana’s Garden, Stoneville)
Soaps (Carol Pryor, Mimi’s Soaps, Ruffin)
Barbecue sauces (David Hufffman, Cedar Creek, Eden)
Rivers’ Finest Farm
328 Blueberry Road
Reidsville, NC (Wentworth Community)
Bedding plants, herbs, jams, jellies, marmalades, preserves, pickled vegetables. Beginning in mid-to-late June, we will have blueberries – pre-picked and pick-your-own. Pre-order and pre-pay option through online store for contactless pickup or delivery at Rivers’ Finest or call 336-349-4324 to make an appointment or place an order.
Serving Greensboro on Saturdays 8:00 a.m. – Noon at Timber & Sprouts pop-up market located at 101 Homewood Avenue, Greensboro, NC.
Sunset Market Gardens
Certified Organic Veggies
346 Woolen Store Rd.
Sunset Market Gardens