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AMI acknowledges that the land on which we gather is the traditional and unceded territory of the Moneton, Monacan, and Manahoac Peoples. As we grow most our food, drink fresh spring water, and enjoy the surrounding fields and forests, we respectfully acknowledge that Indigenous inhabitants have stewarded this land throughout the generations.
The farm hosts a one-acre vegetable garden, a small herd of cattle, broilers, laying chickens, ducks, beehives, and a small orchard. The whole-system farm is a living classroom for restorative and sustainable growing methods, small and large animal husbandry, rotational grazing, food preservation, and whole foods cooking. The Allegheny Farm is Certified Naturally Grown and utilizes a variety of sustainable and regenerative growing practices.
Vegetables are sold at the Monterey Farmers Market and donated to emergency food initiatives in Highland County.
Allegheny Farm is situated between 4000 and 4400 feet in elevation on 550-acres in Highland County, VA, bordering both Virginia's George Washington National Forest and West Virginia's Monongahela National Forest. The headwaters of the James, Potomac, and Greenbrier Rivers all begin their flow from a triple watershed divide (Eastern Continental) located on the top hayfield.
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