Fresh food from the local farms

Charleston residents looking for fresher ingredients that are sourced close to home are in for a treat. Fish Hawk Acres, a local brand that brings together produce from farms within the community, is making fresh, locally grown vegestables and fruits to consumers in West Virginia.

Located in Rock Cave, Fish Hawk Acres brings us Community Supported Agriculture (CSA), wherein you can order the harvest of the season. Each selection vary depending on whatever blooms in time for each distribution.

Some sample of selections include:

A: Black Seeded Simpson Lettuce, Pea Tendrils, Arugula, Baby Carrots, Flat Leaf Italian Parsley, French Breakfast Radishes, Spring Onions, Maple Syrup.

B: Baby Lettuce, Bull’s Blood Beets, Asian Greens, Spinach, Green Onions, Asparagus, Amethyst Radishes, Multi-grain Bread from Jeff’s Breads.

C: Red Oak leaf and Baby Romaine Lettuce, Pea Shoots, Spinach, Red Mustard Greens, Golden Beets, Chives, Easter Egg Radishes, Granola

D: Wild Fire Mixed Greens, Baby Carrots, Snap Peas, Baby Pac Choy, Fresh Mint, Spinach, Shiitake Mushrooms, Honey

There are enough vegetables for a week in each CSA offerings, and prices starts at $200 (includes shipping) for 7-9 pounds of vegestables good for 1-2 people.

For more information about the farm and its monthly CSA offerings, visit their website at www.wvfishhawkacres.com.