Bring friends and family to Montwell Park the first weekend of September to enjoy food, music, and activities for the whole family. Admission is FREE!
Saturday, September 6th 11:00a – 3:00pm -Farm Fest-
4:00p – 6:30pm -Farm Tours-
Sunday, September 7th 10:00a – 3:00pm -Farm Tours-
*Appalachian Music * Storytelling
*Farm Animals *Antique Farm Equipment
*Farm Food Tasting *Local Farm Products
*Farm Tours *Homesteading Skills Demonstrations
Hosted by the Greenbrier Valley Pastuer Network, Montwell Park, and The Family Refuge Center.
Proceeds will go to The Family Refuge Center.
This past weekend members from 6 of our participating farms came together for an Agritourism training weekend. We worked together to cover topics like business planning, safety, marketing, partnerships, and the specifics of our individual tours. It looks like we will have a wide variety of activities at each farm, giving you a different experience at each stop along the way. We are really gearing up for the upcoming farm tour, and are so excited to welcome visitors to the Greenbrier Valley.
Members of GVPN from Walkup farm and Vernal Vibe Rise farm discussing Agritourism development with Carol Kline (from East Carolina University).
GVPN farmers gathered at Swift Level on Friday and Saturday to plan specifics for the tour.
We are excited to announce our First Annual Farm Tour in just a few weeks. We hope you’ll bring along friends and family to the tour.
The Greenbrier Valley Pasture Network will be having two speakers in the upcoming months.
Wednesday March 6th, 6:00pm WVU Extension Agent Brian Wickline will talk about Soil and Nutrition Management
Wednesday April 3rd, 6:00pm WVU Extension Agent John McCutcheon will talk about Parasites.
Keep an eye out for more details as the dates approach!