Virginia’s southeastern farmers are experts in producing pork and peanuts, and now you can visit them along a special route.
This month on Real Virginia, Virginia Farm Bureau’s weekly television program, you can see how locally sourced foods served in schools benefit whole communities. The show also features Southwest Virginia farmers who are cooking up a new opportunity in the form of maple syrup.
This month Real Virginia, Virginia Farm Bureau’s weekly television program, will show you what kind of foods are available at winter farmers’ markets, and how one historic resort keeps local foods on guests’ tables in even the coldest parts of the year.
This month Real Virginia, Virginia Farm Bureau’s weekly television program, will share lots of Virginia-produced foods and beverages for seasonal celebrations. They include Virginia mead and many goodies marketed through the state’s Virginia’s Finest program.
Virginia’s port system affords the state’s farm and forestry producers ready access to the global marketplace, and we share a look at that system in the November issue of Virginia Farm Bureau News.