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Wreath-Making Demonstration

Making fragrant evergreen wreaths is a creative and fun way to get in the Holiday spirit. The Cabell County Master Gardeners will demonstrate how to make and trim natural wreaths at The Wild Ramp on […]

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Two Nutrition Nuts: Surviving the Holidays

The holiday season is here! And in the midst of all that preparation, vacations, and entertaining sometimes good nutrition can sometimes get lost in the shuffle. Never fear, the Two Nutrition Nuts have some handy […]

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Thank you!

You did it! You made 2014 the Wild Ramp’s most successful year! Two and a half years ago, the Wild Ramp was just an idea. Thanks to the support and hard work of our producers, […]

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Mushroom Cultivation Workshop

  Learn about the fun and easy art of cultivating edible mushrooms. Participants will receive their own jar of oyster mushroom spawn and a detailed handout. Oyster mushrooms look, smell, and taste somewhat like oysters. […]

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Eating Seasonally – Fall Into Winter

A customer recently asked on Facebook if we could provide a weekly menu to help shoppers cook seasonally. Never one to let an idea slip by without at least investigating it I decided to see […]

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Meet Your Farmer

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Love Fuels the High Energy

Military brats move a lot and all Aimee Neeley Figgatt ever wanted was to stay put. She ended up in West Virginia near family and grabbed the opportunity to work her great great grandfather’s farm […]

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Reaping the Harvest

When I go to visit a farm it usually takes 1-2 hours to chat with the farmer and see their efforts to bring us good local food. Visiting Paul and Leanne Fuhrman took over 4 […]

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Sammy Shows Us How

It has been almost mystical how fresh vegetables show up in the winter, grown locally in high tunnels or low hoop houses. A few of the Wild Ramp farmers are managing their experiences and learning […]

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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 […]

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Forgot N Tymes Farm

The Sexton family calls 53 acres of rolling hills in Lawrence County, Kentucky their home. Mark and Dawn, along with teen daughters Jamie and Hannah, launched a dream in 2007 when they acquired the land […]