Seven Springs Farming Supplies will be closed Thursday, November 26th and Friday, November 27th. We will reopen on Monday, November 30th at 8:30am.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your continued business and wish you the best during the Thanksgiving holiday.
Bulk Delivery to 2016 VABF Conference Smith Mt. Lake, VA - Jan. 29th
Seven Springs Organic Farming Supplies is once again organizing a bulk delivery to the VABF conference at Smith Mountain Lake on January 29th 2016. We will donate 5% of your sale to VABF. This is a great way to save on shipping by picking up the items you need for the 2016 gardening season and help support VABF.
Everyone saves on shipping cost with this bulk delivery. We also recommend that several farms or individuals can pull their orders together and receive our Mix & Match price breaks to further save on product costs.
All items will need to be picked up on Friday the 29th. Deadline for orders is January 18th by 5 pm. Call or email Seven Springs to place your order. 800-541-9181 or email. You can view our full catalog online at http://www.7springsfarm.com/pricing-and-discounts/ or call to receive a free catalog.
For more information on the VABF conference click here.
In 1990, Ron Juftes and Polly Hieser relocated from Pennsylvania to enjoy the lovely land of Floyd County. They began farming, forming the first CSA in the area, supplying fresh organic produce to the community. In 1990 they opened a retail store on the farm, supplying local farmers with organic pest control and soil amendments. Over the years, the Farming and Gardening Supply has grown to include online sales, and a strong involvement in organic farming organizations and policy; in 2014 Seven Springs won the Business of the Year award from CFSA, an incredible honor.
Seven Springs CSA continues to supply Floyd County, Roanoke and Blacksburg with a thriving CSA selection, including a meat CSA, eggs, and a seasonal selection of vegetables. The selection continues to be grown organically, in clean soil, using natural pest control; their beef is grass fed and free of antibiotics.
Why grow organically?
Simply, organic food tastes better! Not using toxic pesticides in the production of food is a much healthier choice for people and the environment. Organic production helps build healthy soil, preserves diversity in our environment and provides us with the best quality food. Organic gardening takes into account Nature’s multifaceted systems ranging from the soil to the water supply, people, wildlife and even insects. An organic gardener strives to work in harmony with natural systems and continually replenishes any resources the garden consumes. By growing organically we are changing the world in a positive way. Please join in the movement and learn the principles and methods of organic gardening.