When and Where
555 14th Street W
Mon to Fri 9am to 6 pm
Saturday 8am to 5 pm
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Author Archives: Raine
On Saturday, December 20, 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm, April Hackworth of Greener Pastures on Jacks Fork will offer a Body Scrubs Class. Participants will learn about making decadent sugar and salt scrubs using ingredients they probably have in their … Continue reading
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 Saturday, December 13, 11:00 am … Continue reading
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. They have virtually no stalk … Continue reading
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 what I could come up … Continue reading
If you spend any time in the Wild Ramp after 3:30 pm Monday through Friday, you have probably noticed a new face. Johnna Bailey was hired on as a part time assistant market manager in late September. A Huntington native and Marshall graduate, … Continue reading
The Wild Ramp Annual Producer Meeting and Business Training Saturday, November, 1 2014 1:00 – 5:30 PM The Wild Ramp works to inform and educate producers in regards to creating business plans and marketing information. This year the annual producer … Continue reading
Have you noticed the gorgeous woven scarves and blankets we now carry at the market? These handwoven items are lovingly produced at Silver Run Ranch in Catlettsburg, KY by brothers Kevin and Chris Toney.The Toneys will join us at the … Continue reading
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.