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Market Vendors
The Christiansburg Farmers' Market is excited to have the following vendors at the market. 

And we're still growing!

Be sure to visit the market and see firsthand all that our vendors have on offer! 

Blue Ridge Blends
Blue Ridge Blends specializes in small-batch seasoning blends and specialty salts. They only use Pink Himalayan sea salt, and most blends are low in sodium. Blue Ridge Blends is happy to customize blends to meet any dietary or flavor needs.

Brugh Coffee
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Established in 2016 in Christiansburg, Brugh Coffee is a micro-roaster of specialty coffees. Their mission is to provide the freshest and best tasting coffee they possibly can. All of their bags are "roasted-to-order" in small batches and should be consumed within two weeks of the roast date to get the best cup possible. 

In addition to the market, Brugh Coffee ships their products via their online store.

Brugh Coffee Website

Brugh Coffee Facebook

Cavalier Farm
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Cavalier Farm, located in Floyd County, is owned and operated by Teresa and Bruce Caldwell and was established in 1985. Teresa and Bruce use only Animal Welfare Approved (AWA) processing houses and follow ecologically-sound farming practices, which allows them to bring healthy livestock and produce to the market. 

Cavalier Farm offers a variety of meats, along with fresh produce and eggs. Specialty jams/jellies, pickles, peanut butter, almond butter and baked goods from their certified kitchen are also often available.

Cavalier Farm Facebook

Chat Noir Apothicaire
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Chat Noire Apothicaire keeps traditions alive with products ranging from soap, salves, fruit curds and more. 

Using techniques learned from his mother and grandmother, owner Craig Eisenbrown creates quality, locally made products from his own lavender plants and other locally available ingredients. 


Den Hill Permaculture
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Den Hill Permaculture strives to not only provide sustainably grown, traditional produce and fruit, but also to bring an unusual mix of specialty crops to Montgomery County residents. Some crowd favorites include, chemical-free raspberries, baby leaf salad greens, shiitake and oyster mushrooms, wildflower and raspberry honey, tommy toe tomato varieties, purple potatoes and bell peppers, unique and tasty beans, and more!

A native of Blackburg, Ben Harder started Den Hill Permaculture with his wife, Jackie, in 2012 as he worked on completing his degree in Environmental Horticulture and Civic Agriculture from Virginia Tech. The farm is founded on the principles of permaculture, which is a sustainable ecological design system with a philosophy of working with, rather than against, nature.

To keep up with their day-to-day and to learn about Ben’s cutting-edge farming practices, follow them on Instagram (username: denhillpermaculture) and Facebook.

Den Hill Permaculture Website

Idyllwood Farms
Sharon Morley and George Hall, owners of Idyllwood Farms in Pilot, work year-round to cultivate fresh food and beautiful Christmas Trees for residents throughout both the Roanoke and New River Valleys. In the warmer months of the year, you can find them at local Farmers' Markets, selling their fresh produce. 


Perennial Uprisings
Perennial Uprisings grows luscious natural blooms from seed to bouquet right here by the banks of the Little River in Floyd. Contact them for assistance with a floral design! From May through October, they will work with customers to handcraft the perfect seasonal flowerscape for any event, large or small, whether it's an artfully designed archway of blossoms or just a few perfect posies of fresh blooms.


Perennial Uprisings Facebook

Under The Green Umbrella
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Under The Green Umbrella is a Blacksburg-based food stand, focused on providing customers with wholesome baked goods, signature recipes and refreshments with the best local ingredients possible from start to finish. Under The Green Umbrella offers a variety of products, from whole wheat muffins to "Giant Double Dutch Dark Chocolate Brownies" to pesto, hummus and tapenade.

Under The Green Umbrella Facebook

Weeping Willow Farm's Lost in Time Naturals
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Located in Indian Valley, Weeping Willow Farm is a small dairy goat farm that uses their own goats' milk, organic herbs, wild flowers, naturally-infused oils and local, raw honey and beeswax to produce all-natural skin care products. They also use their goats' milk to make cheese and caramel.

The farm also breeds Oberhasli and Alpine dairy goats, French and English Angora fiber rabbits and Australian Shepherd herding dogs.

Follow their Instagram account: Weepingwillofarm

Weeping Willow Farm Website
Weeping Willow Farm Facebook

Whitebarrel Winery
Since opening to the public in the spring of 2011, Whitebarrel has become a place to relax and enjoy distinctive wines.There are now over 11,000 vines on the property and many thousand raspberry and blackberry plants.

Whitebarrel Website