Casselmonte Farm updated their website address.
Casselmonte Farm grows specialty vegetables and berries in Powhatan VA. All of our products are grown using organic methods. Come visit!
We grow asparagus, heirloom vegetables, shiitake mushrooms, berries, Bradford watermelons and Baby Ginger organically! We sell Thursdays, Powhatan Farmers Market (4:00-7:00) and Saturdays at South of the James Farmers Market in Richmond (8-12:00).
Casselmonte Farm updated their website address.
We have two varieties on the farm. A European variety called Plumblee and an old southern variety - Kieffer. Plumblee is sweet and juicy and we will make Pear Preserves from these. The pictured pears are Kieffers and they are destined to be pickled. Nothing better than working with your own produce particularly when you have beaten the deer, european hornets and other assorted pests
Farm cannot sell until things open up; but, if India or I are ill we are in the same position.
COVID - 19
There is much discussion about when and if our COVID-19 restrictions should be changed. A picture of April so far. I am not ready to get back into the water at this point. A significant increase in testing might change my perspective,
Fire, Flour and Fork - 2019. Bill with Turmeric grown on our farm.
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Fire,Flour and Fork came to Powhatan on Halloween. Bus load of "foodies" having lunch at the Brewery at Fine Creek while I explained "Growing Taste at Casselmonte Farm"
Photos from Bill Cox Supervisor District 4's post
Powhatan - it is really very simple - go with a proven leader!!!
Powhatan is part of Fire,Flour & Fork and so is Casselmonte Farm!!!
Hop on a bus at Chesterfield Towne Center and tour some of Chesterfield’s and Powhatan’s rural gems, from Shalom Farms to Broadfork Farm, from Steam Bell to Fine Creek breweries, where we’ll meet Bill Cox of Casselmonte Farm.$75
Time away from the farm !
We had a blast !!! And as the float says ELECT BILL COX to Keep Powhatan Rural.
My Vision for Powhatan is simple - keep it rural! Must be the farmer in me.
Bill Cox Supervisor District 4
Candidate for Powhatan Board of Supervisors
Pls remove me from your list.
Waldvogel Commercial Properties, Inc is pleased to announce the sale of 627 Townside Road in Roanoke Virginia.
James Dixon of Mishap Games purchased the property which operated as the Fiji Island Restaurant Remembering Fiji Island Restaurant for more than 40 years. Michael Waldvogel CCIM, SIOR and Krista Vannoy, CCIM, SIOR represented the seller in the transaction.
Mishap Games is a local tabletop game store with board games, role-playing games, miniature games, and collectible card games. The expansion plans will turn this former restaurant into a retail store with a bar serving beer and wine, and a small kitchen specializing in mid-century cocktail party food.
The property was under contract within 90 days of being placed on the property by our sales team and closed in 57 days!
Lovely forest-grown Shiitake mushrooms at SOJ tomorrow! Great grilled for Saturday dinner, in scrambled eggs Sunday morning or sauted next week! One of the Superfoods!
On the back porch of Casselmonte Farm hangs this sign. It is from India's childhood home in GA. One day I will have "nothing to do" or maybe I will just ignore what I have to do !
When Bill is not planting, picking or weeding !!
Bill Cox seeking District 4 seat
Bill Cox has announced his candidacy to become the District 4 representative on the Powhatan County Board of Supervisors.
India and Bill Cox operate a commercial vegetable and berry farm in central Powhatan nestled on the Appomattox River. Relative newcomers to Powhatan, arriving in 2006, they quickly became involved in the community. In 2015, India received Powhatan’s Chamber of Commerce’s highest award –The Kathy Budner Award - for community involvement. Bill, meanwhile, began his community involvement on Powhatan’s Planning Commission, where he has served for almost eight years.
Bill Cox is a native of South Carolina and a graduate of Emory University. He spent seven years in the Marine Corp Reserves and started his business career in Atlanta with the Chubb Insurance Group. Chubb, a specialty underwriter in the property and casualty insurance world, sent Cox to Virginia in late 1980 to build their Virginia operation. Cox has spent a life-time enjoying the outdoors – most often with a bow or fishing rod in his hand. His son, daughter-in-law and two grandsons live in Hanover County.
Politically, Cox has been an independent all his life and is a fiscal conservative. He wants to preserve the unique rural lifestyle that Powhatan offers, while understanding economic growth is needed. To blend the two, he believes Powhatan must brand itself as an alternative to Chesterfield and Henrico not a copy. That also means development (residential or commercial) must complement Powhatan not change it and must pass a right- scale/right- place test. Cox understands the critical need to bring more commercial development to the Route 60 stretch from Flat Rock east to the Chesterfield border. Large residential development in this stretch would bring more traffic congestion and higher taxes. Commercial development would bring jobs and an improved tax base.
Well, it's started ... baby Heirloom Tomatoes growing, growing, growing! Exciting!
How about that Casselmonte Farm Ginger and the wonderful beer it is part of !!
Ain't it the truth?!?
Ain't this the truth?
My Mira asleep in my lap ... right where this 15.5 yr old should be!
9" of snow at 5 PM - Worried about the Hoop Houses. I was able to pull about 40% of the snow off - all I could reach !! Snow is tapering - we will be fine if it does not crank back up.
At 6+ inches, soup made for dinner, it's time for an Irish coffee. Dog snuggled next to me, two at my feet, Moody Blues singing to me, bird/squirrel feeders full (at least at this moment!), Bill happy. Let it snow ... it's gonna do what it will! Hope all are safe & warm.
Headed to St Stephens FM tomorrow morning with ginger, turmeric, Hayman sweet potatoes and honey ... but my computer system is so old, it won't upload my photos! Trust me! They are all amazing! And we are in doors tomorrow, so don't let the rain slow you down! You still need to eat! :)
I have pictures to post of Casselmonte's Turmeric, Hayman Sweet Potatoes and Ginger which will be available at St Stephens' Farmers Market tomorrow, but the system won't download them. So Come See Them In Person ... Forget Electronics! 9-12:00 Saturday, corner of Three Chopt and Libbie!
Change in seasons .... Casselmonte will bring amazing heirloom sweet potatoes to St. Stephens FM tomorrow, along with baby Ginger and Turmeric! Be healthy! Eat well!
Freshly harvested baby Ginger and Turmeric will accompany Casselmonte to St. Stephens Farmers Market tomorrow morning. Also on the table ... raw Honey and forest-grown Shiitake Mushrooms! See you at St. Stephens tomorrow morning - 8-12:00!
Ginger, Turmeric and honey coming to St. Stephens FM this Saturday! Maybe Hayman sweet potatoes! See you there!
Casselmonte is bringing beautiful forest-grown Shiitake mushrooms, baby ginger and turmeric, and raw honey to GrowRVA's South of the James farmers market! All good and good for you! All super foods! See you there!
Having fun at Casselmonte with our good friends from Hardywood. Let the BEER begin!!!
As the year wanes, the days grow shorter and a chill cuts the morning air, local craft beer fans are no doubt thinking once again about that dark, spicy, seasonal
Produce for Westchester Farmes Market!
Good food and laughter make for a delightful late summer evening.
1405 Giles Bridge Road
Organic family owned farm which was started by India and Bill Cox in 2008
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