Staunton’s Local Food Drive-Thru

The Drive-Thru is a collaboration of Allegheny Mountain Institute and regional famers and food producers. It is an effort to keep our community healthy by increasing access to nutrient-dense foods. It is also an effort to keep farmers and food producers in business during a time of uncertainty. Local food has never been more paramount in sustaining our community and we thank you for your participation.

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Staunton’s Local Food Drive-Thru

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Local Foods Drive-Thru

960 W Beverley St
Staunton, VA 24401

Wednesday, 4pm - 7pm
Friday, 4pm - 6pm

Meet your Producers

Norm Shafer, Geezer Farms

Geezer Farm

Norm Shafer owns and operates Geezer Farm, a half-acre micro farm in the Shenandoah Valley.  The farm started in 2010 and is a work in progress, with a focus on organic and sustainable growing methods.

Geezer Farm

Newtown Baking

Newtown Baking is a Staunton bakery offering artisan breads and pastries, wood-fired pizzas, and more, all made from as many organic and local ingredients as possible.

Newtown Baking

Second Mountain Farm

Krista and Tim Showalter Ehst love good food and love working out in the dirt and sunshine.Their small, certified organic farm is located near Rawley Springs, at the base of Second Mountain. 

Second Mountain

Polyface Farms

Polyface Farms is a farm located in rural Swoope, Virginia, run by Joel Salatin and his family. The farm is driven using unconventional methods with the goal of "emotionally, economically and environmentally enhancing agriculture".

Polyface Farms

AMI Farm @ Augusta Health

Farmer Pat Banks and his crew of talented Allegheny Mountain Institute Fellows harvest fresh veggies for the hospital and greater Augusta community. 

AMI Farm

Anathallo Acres

Anathallo Acres is run by Alex Moore, a fourth generation farmer. The historic farm is located on the iconic Bells Lane on the northernmost edge of Staunton, Va.

Anathallo Acres

Calixto Farm

Jose Calixto, along with his wife, daughter and sons have been growing produce in Augusta County for over 15 years. They take pride in the quality of everything they grow and are transitioning to low-spray especially for the Local Food Drive Thru. Thank you for supporting them in this effort. 

Calixto Farm

Mill Gap Farms

Kevin & Emily Conner are the owners of Mill Gap Farms, a Highland County maple sugar camp that happens to be the first & only producer of USDA Organic Maple Syrup in Virginia.

Mill Gap Farms

Verdant Acres

John and Mary Pedersen run Verdant Acres Farm in Raphine.  They pride themselves in offering sustainably grown vegetables and pasture-raised meats.

Verdant Acres

Ballerino Creamery

Louella Hill is co-owner and head cheesemaker of Ballerino Creamery, a Staunton-based small batch creamery that sources local raw milk from pasture-raised animals.

Ballerino Creamery

Trager Brothers Coffee

Trager Brothers Coffee was started by brothers Will and Joe along with friend Doug in 1993. They are committed to bringing you the highest quality, freshest, environmentally sound and certified organic coffee on the market.

Trager Brothers

Fireside at Oakley Farm

Jim and Catie King own and operate Fireside at Oakley Farm nestled in Warm Springs, VA. Orchard grazing, open pasture and sprouted fodder are crucial to the health and sustainability of their flock.

Fireside