A Directory of Local Food in Floyd County, Virginia
Local organizations which have a major mission of agricultural education.
Herbal remedies, nature-based self-care products, free advice
Beef whole and half, cattle, compost
USDA custom exempt meat processing facility. We primarily focus on cows, hogs, sheep, buffalo, and goats. Custom cut sheets
Community outing to share nutritious free meal. Please contact Ms Lawson at NRV AOA prior to attending.
Heritage breed registered Dutch Belted grass-fed raw milk shares, beef, specialty vegetables and the occasional cooking class
Fruits and vegetables, chickens for eggs and meat, and goats for dairy products and meat. Nothing for sale.
JPI is maker and distributor of high-quality biodynamic preparations that go out to over thirty countries worldwide. We do educational workshops and sell agriculture presentations.
Soy-free free range eggs, cut flowers, organic vegetables, honey
Vegetable and herb starts (in Spring). House plants, hanging baskets. Gourmet foods (pickles, rubs, sauces, preserve, herbs). Tropical plants and succulents.
We provide venison to feeding/distribution programs at no cost so they can provide this essential meat to their clients for free.
Floyd Farmers Market part-time vendor, summer. Dairy goat herd shares, dairy goat service shares; natural herb-infused goat milk soaps, lotions, and skin care products; natural beeswax lip balms; eggs from free-range chickens
We share knowledge about sustainable gardening practices, answer client’s gardening questions and do garden programs for youth and adults on a wide variety of horticultural topics.
We provide education through programs in Agriculture and Natural Resources, Family and Consumer Sciences, 4-H Youth Development, and Community Viability.
Healthy Floyd promotes a culture of health and wellness by offering diverse opportunities that encourage all members of the Floyd community to live a positive, healthy lifestyle.
The “Wild Garden Club” is a free and informal club open to friends and guests.
Educational programs, webinars, recordings, pollinator plants, books, salves, lotion bars, beeswax wraps, bee tea, beekeeping equipment, bees and gifts. Honey in season at farm store only.
Grass-fed beef, speciality produce, eggs, kombucha, cheese, snacks, plants, local farm products
Informational workshops and community skillshares
Primarily a food pantry
Gourmet and Functional Mushrooms (Wild and Cultivated), Vegetable Ferments (Seasonal Krauts and Kimchi), Value-added mushroom products (truffles, dried mushrooms, teas), Wildcrafted delicacies (Ramps, Nettles, Fiddleheads, etc.), Gnome Brew Kombucha!