Lydia's Fields, nestled in the rolling hills between Purcellville and Lovettsville, Virginia, sustainably grows figs and a wide variety of vegetables, ranging from arugula and asparagus to spinach and tomatoes, on less than two acres of the 10-acre farm.
We believe that fresh, good, healthful food comes only by growing it in harmony with nature. We happily share our knowledge of small-scale farming with anyone curious to learn more about locally grown produce.
Our Growing Practices:
We focus on restoring the fertility of our soil through cover cropping, composting and, in a rarity for a farm of our small acreage, letting the land rest.
Our Future Plans:
We want to continue diversifying our operations, to build a hoop house to extend our growing season, and, very importantly, launch the Lydia's Fields Veggie Share in 2020.
Lydia's Fields Veggie Share 2020
Season: May through October
Type: single farm
# of Shares: 50
Share Prices: $32/week over 21 weeks for a FULL share, which consists of six to eight different items each week or $16/week over 21 weeks for a HALF share, which consists of three to five different items each week. Full-share members can pay for half their shares at t
Work Req? No
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Schedule and Location:
Loudoun Station Farmers Market in Ashburn, VA on Saturdays from May through the end of September.
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