We are now accepting applications for the 2014 Membership Program. Please visit the website for details!
Formerly in Phoenix, Arizona, Victory Farms, Inc. relocated in December 2006 to Hanover, VA where, for 5 seasons, we grew a wide variety of Certified Naturally Grown greens, vegetables, herbs, flowers, and fruits, naturally, compost-fed, and always pesticide-free providing for a 400+-member CSA as well as local grocers.
Since selling the Hanover farm in 2011, we have been exploring new projects. A new farm site in Varina - just outside downtown Richmond - is the focus and will soon include a variety of agricultural educational programs and a direct connection, on many levels, with farm and food enthusiasts.
Farmer Charlie Collins has a bachelor's degree in botany from Arizona State University and has been a successful market gardener, restaurant supplier and CSA manager since 1995.
Please watch our website - victoryfarmsinc.com - for updates on other exciting new projects and be sure to sign up for our Farm Emails!
Victory Farms - fresh. local, unconventional!
Visit www.victoryfarmsinc.com for information on our 2014 Membership Program!
We are looking to connect with other central Virginia farmers so call us if you are farming here too!
Season: May through October
Type: single farm
# of Shares: 100
Full Share: $500 for 26 weeks
Work Req? No
Carytown Farmer's Market, Sundays, 11am-3pm
1005 Westover Hills Boulevard (Forest Hill Park Neighborhood, corner of Westover Hills & Dunston, 1 block south of Forest Hill Avenue), Saturdays 9am-1pm and Wednesdays 4-7pm
Full service to Richmond area restaurants and specialty grocers including a variety of greens, root veggies, summer fruits, and herbs. The Yellow Umbrella (5603 Patterson Avenue, Richmond), Ellwood Thompson's (Ellwood and Thompson, Richmond), and many area restaurants. Email us for more information!
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My husband and I purchased a full CSA share for the 2010 season. We chose Victory Farms because of the farming practices and the debit system. With the debit system, we didn't lose any veggies if we couldn't get to the farmer's market one week.... [more]