Welcome to Stony Ridge Farm, Harpers Ferry, WV


Stony Ridge Farm is a micro-farm nestled in the rolling hills of Harpers Ferry, West Virginia. Bob Shelly and Lorrie Schoettler work with the land, using chemical free growing practices, to bring fresh and local produce to your home every week. We specialize in extended season crops grown in hand crafted low tunnels.

You are welcome to come stay for a visit! Click here for more information.

Click play below to take a tour of our farm stand at the Hampden Farmer’s Market – we were vendors there in 2014 and a little of 2015. Make sure to visit when you are in the area! The farm is open for shopping and tours every Sunday from noon until 4pm, always good to send an email if you can plan in advance. We are accepting mebers into our 2016 Farm Share options. Please use the contact form for more information.

We know that food is either the ‘safest and most powerful form of medicine or the slowest form of poison’ (thanks, Ann Wigmore) you can eat, and we are glad to offer you great food and good medicine! Our produce is grown with love in soil tended to like the sacred resource it is. Most of our seeds and plants are heirloom varieties from trusted sources such as Baker Seed and Southern Exposure Seed Exchange. We never use chemicals. We use well water andnatural fertilizers such as fish emulsion and prepared mixes like these. We’re told you can taste the difference. Most times the veggies you buy were harvested just a few hours prior to the purchase, and we think that is the difference in the taste!

Are you a busy homemaker or commuter? We are the farm for you! We deliver direct to your home or business 5 days/week. Click here for details. The best ways to keep up with our order and delivery options are to sign up for our newsletter (delivered weekly and your email is safe with us), and join the Stony Ridge Farm Local Deliveries Group on Facebook.

Earlier this year we had a lovely visit from some local bloggers who wrote up our story. You can find a link to that piece and their fantastic locavore blog at this link.