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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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Meet Your Farmer

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 […]

Four Seasons Farm

Four Seasons Farm

Martin Schaffer of Four Seasons Farm in Leon came to West Virginia by a longer route than most of the Producers for the Wild Ramp. Born and raised in Czechoslovakia he studied animal science, not […]

Swann Ridge Bison

Swann Ridge Bison Farm

Deep in the Eastern Cabell County, West Virginia, a herd of bison roams the hills. They call to one another with deep grunts, and their footfalls echo as they gallop away from the eyes of curious […]

Wild Ramp Values – Four Seasons Farm

Four Seasons Farm is nestled in the heart of Mason County. The land itself is beautiful and Martin Schaffer’s plans for it are make use of its natural attributes.

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The Last Frontier in Kentucky

No, not a blog about Star Trek nor about their desire to get to Alaska, which served as the muse for the farm name, but specifically I want you to read about Stephanie Hairston and […]

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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 […]