Find Daffodils And Ginseng Alongside Pick-Your-Own Blueberries At This Unique West Virginia Farm

Although not as famous as their coal-miner counterparts, farmers have been eking out a living in West Virginia for centuries. From corn to cattle, from apple orchards to ramps, West Virginia farmers cultivate a wide range of home-grown products. And one farm that offers an especially startling variety of produce and plants is Shady Oaks Farm near Charleston.

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To learn more, visit Shady Oaks Farm on Facebook or on the web. And like we mentioned earlier, there are all kinds of farms doing really unique, meaningful work around the state, including this one that was featured in the New York Times.

Address: 5790 Manilla Creek Rd, Poca, WV 25159, USA