Willowsford Conservancy is an integral part of the developing Willowsford community, located in Aldie and Ashburn, Virginia. A non-profit established in 2011, the Conservancy is the steward of 2,000 acres of open space. Its mission is “… the viable, long-term use of the land, integrating farming, recreation, conservation and education to enhance the quality of life for the residents of Willowsford and the greater community.”
A part of Willowsford Conservancy, Willowsford Farm manages approximately 18 acres for vegetable, herb, fruit and flower production, including hoop houses for seedlings and winter shares, and more than 200 acres of livestock pasture in Willowsford’s Grange, Greens and Grant villages. The farm is well equipped with machinery, equipment and facilities. The farm grows produce following organic methods, raises pastured pork, and produces cage-free eggs. These products are sold through CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) memberships and a farm stand.
Willowsford Conservancy helps residents connect with food, the land and each other through the Farm and CSA program, education and recreation programs, and sustainable land management practices. The Farm’s primary goal is to provide high‐quality, sustainably grown produce to residents and the greater community. Planned production for 2018 includes 250-300 CSA vegetable shares, 80-100 winter vegetable shares, 800 laying hens, and 30 pigs.
Visit us at http://willowsfordconservancy.org to learn more!