Agriberry Farm and CSA

NARBA member since 2009

One of the earliest members of NARBA, Agriberry Farms owned by Chuck and Anne Geyer along with their son Pierson, is also one of the pioneers in the farmer’s market movement in Virginia, the originators of the only fruit oriented CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) program in the area and active in employing aspiring farmers and first time workers at their farm.
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Pictured: Anne Geyer, image courtesy of Agriberry Farm and CSA

Virginia berry farm

Founded in 2008, Agriberry Farm grows a wide variety of fruit near Hanover, Virginia about 30 minutes from Richmond. Raspberries, blackberries, blueberries, muscadines and apples are their main harvest.

Using help from a USDA Specialty Crop Block Grant, Anne and Chuck have built their business by participating in farmer’s markets and working with select specialty retailers as well as putting together a Harvest Team each year of those looking to learn more about farming.

nourishing growth

In 2016 Agriberry Farm was awarded full accreditation in accordance with the USDA’s Good Agricultural Practices program developed to help ensure that food produced on U.S. farms is safely handled and traceable.

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