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Our 2015 Farm Share is now taking early full season sign-ups (share runs June 2nd through November 24th).

You will get a $10 early bird discount (applied at check out) if you sign up before May 1st.

We will open up for monthly shares starting in May provided our full season share hasn’t filled up. 

For the 2015 season we are planning to grow peas, spinach, bok choy, lettuce and lettuce mix, radishes, carrots, cabbage, kale, beets, onions, garlic, yellow squash, zucchini, cucumbers, tomatoes, sweet peppers, hot peppers, eggplant, celery, celeriac, fennel, basil, beans, chard, kohlrabi, rutabagas, arugula, turnips, winter squash, sweet potatoes, potatoes, parsnips, herbs and more. All these vegetables are grown by us here at Glade Road Growing.                

See our Farm Share page for more details.

Duck eggs are here! Try some today, but be aware- once you go duck you never go back. Our laying ducks are fed non-GMO vegetarian feed and raised outdoors on pasture.

Our duck eggs are available through the winter at the Duck Egg Honesty Fridge at the farm (just leave exact change). We’ll restock the fridge on Mondays and Fridays.


Half dozens are also available at Oasis World Market at 1411 South Main Street in Blacksburg.

We are a small farm located on Glade Road, across from the Heritage Park in Blacksburg, Virginia. We specialize in annual vegetables, but also have several colonies of honeybees and an apple orchard with 15 varieties of apples. Additionally, we now raise pastured Freedom Ranger meat chickens.

We are fortunate to be in the energetic company of our amazing employees, Ben, Lisa, and Jessie. Along with working with us, they are also active in starting their own businesses. Be sure to check out Ben's pastured pork later this year and Jessie and Lisa's hot food stand, the Fare Palate, at the Blacksburg Farmers Market. Also, many thanks to all our volunteers and compadres that help us out here on Glade Road.

Our farming methods are based on building and maintaining soil health, biodiversity, and community involvement (read: fun). We do our best to serve as caretakers of the land by using organic matter-based mulches and cover crops. Although our intensive cultivation area only occupies about four acres, we also manage the remaining 44 acres of the property, part in rotational pasture for a local beef cattle farmer and part in a native-species forest and riparian area for a tributary of Tom’s Creek. Come by and introduce yourself- we'd love to meet you. 

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