"The people are very merry" is the translation of Manahoac from Algonquin. Manahoac is a union of tribes from the Piedmont region of Northern Virginia who allied against common enemies to protect their sacred land. Our mission is to provide our region with the highest quality products and nourish the people with the knowledge and passions which will benefit the health of Earth and of our bodies, which are one organism.

We are proud to promote and use aspects of Permaculture, Biodynamics, Cover Crops, Crop Rotation, Composting, Beneficial Microbes and Fungi , and Local resources. No harmful or synthetic chemicals are ever used and all of our seeds are non-GMO. Local Heirloom Varieties, heirloom varieties and native edible and medicinal plants are a focus here at the farm.

Listing last updated on Jun 9, 2012

Manahoac Farm is a small family operated producer located an hour south of Washington DC in Catlett, VA near Manassas and Warrenton.

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My family participated in the 2011 Farm Share season, and received a generous, bushel-sized share each week, often enough for this fruit-and-veggie-loving family to share.... [more]

While I was generally happy with the shares that we were receiving when this farm was actually in business (except for the families of caterpillars in the leafy greens), the season was cancelled Mid-August, not even half way through.... [more]

My wife and I found this new up-and-coming farm last fall on Local Harvest.org when we moved into the northern Virginia/DC area and began looking for a CSA to support.... [more]

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