Local Food Partners

To find Purely Piedmont fresh produce, grass-fed meats, specialty beverages and more,

visit our partner organizations.  They are also great resources for producers!

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'Tween Rivers Agri-artisan Trail

The ‘Tween Rivers Trail promotes the Rappahannock-Rapidan Region's agri-tourism sites, as well as related activities and accommodations, to create a coordinated tourism experience for the traveling public.

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Buy Fresh Buy Local

The program creates food guides and marketing materials, conducts educational outreach, and helps to develop new market outlets for farmers by building networks of producers, business owners, community organizations and consumers that are dedicated to the local food movement.  The Northern Piedmont Chapter is coordinated by the Piedmont Environmental Council.

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Madison Farmers Market

Madison Farmers market is a producer-only market, meaning that at least 75% of the products offered are grown or made by the seller.  It is located at Hoover Ridge Park behind Madison County High School, 8:00am-12:00noon every Saturday from May to October.

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Culpeper Downtown

Farmers Market

Located at the end of Davis Street in Culpeper, the market has more than 30 booths featuring all things local. The market is open every Saturday, 7:30am - Noon. The market season runs from the last Saturday of April through the Saturday before Thanksgiving.

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Warrenton Farmers Market

The Saturday Market is located on the corner of 5th and Lee Street in Old Town Warrenton, and operates April 22 through November 18, 8:00am-12:00noon. The Wednesday Market is located in the WARF Parking lot at 800 Waterloo Road, and operates  May 3 through October 25, 8:00am - 1:00pm.