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Tomato Day

Tomato Day Celebration

Tomato season is in full swing! The Wild Ramp is joining with Central City Market for their annual Tomato Day Celebration, Saturday August 9th, 8 am – 1 pm. Join us as we celebrate summer […]

Argus Farm Stop

The Movement is Growing

  The local foods movement is growing every day. In 2004 there were 3,706 farmer’s markets in the United States. Fast forward to 2013 and there is a total of 8,144 farmer’s markets across the […]

Krystal

An Ending and a Beginning

Krystal Payne, The Wild Ramp’s Operations Manager, has made the tough decision to step down from her position and focus on obtaining her Master of Science in Biology. Krystal first came to The Wild Ramp […]

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Summer Love

We didn’t intentionally set out to become seasonal eaters. We never intended to become food snobs, but about nine years ago we began a journey that has made us both of these things. Our intention […]

Blueberry Pancakes

I got the blue(s)…berries!

It’s blueberry season and I’ve got the blue(s)…berries, that is. Last week, my daughter wakes up and says, “Mom, I want blueberry pancakes for breakfast”.  Okay, I tell her, but I need to find a […]

Cash Mob!

Two Years!

The Wild Ramp is celebrating our two-year anniversary this week! What began as a capstone project for three Marshall students has become a thriving local marketplace and a close-knit community. Every day our staff, board […]

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Mil-ton Farm

Farming for the Family

When Stephanie Appleton’s father decided he was returning to the soil and purchased 104 acres in Ona, the extended family moved together. Having grown up in the Ohio Amish community, the call of the earth […]

Old Indian Farm

Old Indian Farm

When Phil Lucas was in the service his family moved from western Kentucky to Florida while he was in the service.  When he returned he lived there a while but never enjoyed it so he […]

Swift Level

Respecting the Past, Marketing for Today

This blog originally was published July 17, 2012 after a visit to the farm for WVFarm2u, a statewide organization that encourages local farmers, farm markets and restaurants. It is with great pleasure I get to […]

Snowville Creamery

Milk, the Way It Used to Be….is Here

I asked the waiter, “Is this milk fresh?” He said, “Lady, three hours ago it was grass.”…Phyllis Diller That may have been a comedy routine in New York years ago, but at Snowville Creamery, it is about […]