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Ramp it up!

Ramp it Up By Susan Maslowski Ramps are one of the first harbingers of spring and the time to enjoy them is very short. If you like ramps, this is the time to “ramp it up.” […]

Lamb Meatballs

Lamb Meatballs

Lamb Meatballs Lamb Meatballs By Susan Maslowski I recently purchased ground lamb at The Wild Ramp. Domestically raised lamb is often difficult to find, so I am glad to have a local source. (Half of the […]

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St. Patrick’s Day Colcannon

The newest addition to The Wild Ramp staff, Jill, shared an excellent recipe with the rest of us today. St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner, and the market is currently stocked with everything […]

Jelly Cookies

Jelly-filled Valentine Cookies

Jelly-filled Valentine Cookies By Susan Maslowski There are many ways of celebrating Valentine’s Day. Flowers, jewelry, chocolates and cards expressing affection are exchanged between loved ones. One of the best ways to show those you […]

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Nonis

Farming in the City

The concept of urban farming is being explored from New York City rooftops to inner city acreage in Atlanta. When I visited an Atlanta market last February I was asked if we had any farms […]

Cold Winter Reality

Do you play Farmville? I have several friends who do and they say it is fun. I bet sitting any of the Wild Ramp farmers down to a hour of Farmville, if you could persuade them to […]

Barney of Twin Maples

Wild Ramp Values – Twin Maples Farm

Barney and Annette have been supporters of The Wild Ramp since before its inception. In addition to being producers, Annette is also one of our volunteer bloggers. You can view her posts here.

Denning Farm

A Man, His Land, and a Plan

Within a month of starting my blog writing about farms in West Virginia and the Tri-State region around Huntington, I began to understand that the city of Huntington is not the same as the rest of […]

lastfrontier

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 […]