This is a FREE event but we ask that you RSVP.

Spring has winter in a headlock and that means the growing season is upon us! It also means it’s time to gather for the first outdoor potluck of the season.

Join us Tuesday, March 19 (6-8pm) at Mountain Run Farm (Camp Sedalia) in northern Bedford County, for a family-friendly networking potluck and farm swap (bring your seeds, plants, and chickens to trade). We will also have live acoustic music from Brent Wills (of band Brother Willis, and Bramble Hollow Farm), and also fiddle playing by Sadie Rodes of Easy Yoke Farm.

This is a great chance to meet other folks passionate about regenerative agriculture, local food, homesteading, self-reliance, and the transformation of our food system.


  • All seed packets / ziplocs must be labeled.
  • No GMO / bio-engineered seeds.
  • Homegrown plants and seedlings are welcome.
  • Healthy chickens only (guineas, ducks, etc, welcome too).
  • Small fruit cuttings welcome.


COST: FREE, but we ask that you RSVP.
WHEN: Tuesday, March 19 (6-8pm)
WHERE: Mountain Run Farm (Camp Sedalia): 1228 Charlemont Rd, Big Island, VA 24526
Turn into the driveway. You will see a Show Barn on your right. Keep driving straight back to the camp. You will see other cars and people 🙂
WHO: Anyone! All are welcome.

– A healthy dish to share.
-A lawn chair or picnic blanket.
– A friend (of course)!
– Your own dishware.
– Your own drink.
– Kids are welcome but they must be attended by an adult.

DONATE: Leave a tip! We are a 501(c)3 non-profit and your financial support helps us organize these monthly events. Thank you for partnering with us! Donate online – or learn more about our mission and vision.

If you or your children are under the weather or not feeling well, we ask that you stay home and rest with a nice cup of warm medicinal tea. 🙂

Mountain Run Farm (Camp Sedalia): 1228 Charlemont Rd, Big Island, VA 24526

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