Sell of All Natural Beef sold in vaccum packed packages by pound. We are slowly developing the farm for other products & services. We also may have a few square bales for sale for decoration or feed.
Burritos of all ethnic cuisines served in a unique Appalachian atmosphere. We use the freshest ingredients available to us to prepare our homemade salsas, salad dressings and sauces almost daily. We support local and WV grown/produced products when possible, including Spring Creek tofu, from Spencer, WV, our Black Bear Stout, brewed by Mountain State Brewing in Thomas, WV, and Conquering Lion hot sauces made in Fairmont, WV. Although our menu is by no means vegetarian, we honor vegetarian requests by using a separate grill for all vegetarian dishes prepared. We support local arts and entertainment by displaying local art on our restaurant walls and incorporating local art in our restaurant decor as well as offering local and regional live music nearly every night of the week on our stage during the dinner hour. Black Bear Burritos is WVU alumni owned and we strive to show our Mountain State pride in everything we do.
Mountain Harvest Farm LLC specializes in growing specialty vegetables using organic practices. This year we will be offering a small CSA to people looking to enjoy a consistent supply of fresh vegetables all season long. We also offer vegetables and a food waste collection/composting service to interested restaurants that would like to serve local food and reduce their waste stream.
Harmony Farm is dedicated to providing the people of West Virginia with the highest quality of produce, grown using organic practices
We believe that everyone deserves to eat naturally grown, healthy, delicious food and that it should be produced sustainably, because that is good for the earth, for our customers, and for ourselves.
In our inaugural season, Harmony Farm will produce a wide range of vegetables for a CSA subscription service and sell retail at local Farmers Markets.
Harmony Farm has been established by Sky Harman, with invaluable support from Del and Linda Yoder of Owl Creek Farm.
Hours of Operation:
5:00 pm - 10:00 pm M-Sat
We operate seasonally at our farm. The Morgantown Farmers' market at Spruce St. season starts the beginning of May where we sell every Saturday morning plus we sold at the Morgantown Winter Market. Our hours are usually on Saturday afternoon and Sundays. We can be available for visits anytime if you call ahead.
Our fresh garlic 2009 crop is sold out but the dried garlic powder is still available in the 2.5oz bags. We could offer larger quantities, feel free to call us for more details.
We have a Greenhouse and grow ornamental containers including Caladiums, Oriental and Asiatic Lilies, Mums and many Garden Perennials plus Herbs.
In May we will have Garden Vegetable transplants ready, tomatoes, pepper and annual herbs plants.
In Season we grow many market vegetables using sustainable, natural methods. We are transitioning organic farmers.
The SMC farmers market is held every Thursday afternoon from 3 to 6:30 pm Mid April thru October.
Winter market starts inside the basement of Community UMC first Thursday of November and thru December 15th Closed for thanksgiving day
We are a diverse collection of more than 30 vendors, gathering every Saturday morning May through the first week of November and on select weekends inside in the winter to bring the freshest produce, meats, eggs, breads, cheeses, honey, and more to the Morgantown community. All of our products are grown or made within 50 miles, so you know that your purchases are supporting small family farms.
We are a pick your own farm. We're open the month of June, daily by appointment. 8am - 12pm and 4pm to 7 pm closed Sundays. Call for information or visit our website.
Pumpkins available Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays from 3pm to dusk, and also on Saturday Mornings at the Morgantown Farmer's Market.
The Morgantown Farmers' Market offers a market table that provides useful information of all sorts. We also have musicians that play almost every Saturday. A non-profit organization also sets up once a week to gain community support and awareness. Finally, for special events, such as Kid's Day on High Street we will host events such as Pot-A-Plant.
Our FFA Chapter offers garden plants and flowers in the spring.
Participates in the North Central FFA Ham Bacon and Egg Sale in March.
Participates in the Monongalia County Show and Sale in August.
Offers decorative corn stalks in the Fall.
Several members can provide farm raised product to you business allowing for fresh product from farm to plate.
We are guided by the philosophy that you should know what is in your food. Therefore, our food is made from scratch! Seriously. We make our own bread, pastries, desserts, and even our own English muffins and pita. We make the sausage that goes on our breakfast sandwich. We make our own salad dressings. The granola? Yep. The gravy for the biscuits? Of course.
We want you to know what is in your food and where it came from. We take advantage of locally sourced produce, meat and dairy product availability.
You will notice our menu changing from time to time to adapt to the Appalachian seasons. Visit us often to see what's new, and don't hesitate to ask about the ingredients found in anything on our menu.