Our Third Year

This year, through the diligence of our Farm Manager, Chris Lodge, we are expecting a significant increase in our tomato harvest. High tunnels now are producing more than twice the amount from previous years. Thanks again Chris! This is one small bed of wildfire lettuce that will be harvested, cleaned and packaged for delivery next… Continue reading Our Third Year

Our Second Year

In our second year of operation, we expanded our product offering to include turnips, lettuce and kale. We again delivered tomatoes to Pies and Pints but we also began delivering tomatoes, lettuce and kale to several schools in Nicholas County. Continue reading to see the lettuce that we produced this year. Words cannot describe the… Continue reading Our Second Year

Facebook Post About Five Rivers

Below is a post to the Nicholas County Facebook page in July, 2022. Pictured (on the left) is Goldie O’Quinn, Cafeteria Manager at Gauley River Elementary School. Goldie was one of the first Nicholas County public schools Cafeteria Managers to purchase produce from Five Rivers. during the 2023 school year we delivered produce to five… Continue reading Facebook Post About Five Rivers

The Beginning

On June 8, 2021, we planted our first crop of heirloom tomatoes and Swiss Chard. Our first delivery of produce was tomatoes to Pies and Pints in Fayetteville, WV. We also began delivering produce to the Mountaineer Food Bank. Cold storage was provided by New Roots Community Farm in Fayetteville, WV. Tomatoes were one of… Continue reading The Beginning