Farm to You Team

About Us

Farm to You is an innovative program that offers free produce “prescriptions,” healthy cooking demonstrations, and lifestyle health resources to patients at participating clinics in the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia.

Our Mission

Food Distribution

Founded in 2018 by the West Virginia University Health Sciences Center Eastern Division, Farm to You is offered at seven WVU Medicine clinics using fresh, local produce from Berkeley and Jefferson County farmers. 

Our team of clinicians, medical faculty, nutritionists, chefs and farmers have built Farm to You to address the most common challenges, questions, and barriers that people face when they are working to eat well long-term and prevent, manage or reverse complex conditions like diabetes and heart disease. 

Farm to You is supported by a grant from the USDA-NIFA Gus Schumacher Nutrition Incentive Program, as well as generous donor and grant funds. If you’d like to support the expansion of Farm to You to new clinics and regions, we are grateful for donations of any kind.

How the Program Works

Farm to You is a mobile program that rotates to each participating clinic twice per month from May through November. We currently serve each clinic through a pop-up “farm stand” where patients can drop in and choose from a variety of fresh produce options delivered by our farmers that morning. Patients can build a produce share based on their preferences, and every produce item we offer comes with a quick, easy, healthy recipe handout.

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Participating Clinics

Harpers Ferry Family Medicine

Participating clinics includes Harpers Ferry Family Medicine, Shepherdstown Primary Care and Pediatrics, Ranson Family Medicine, the Center for Diabetes and Metabolic Health in Martinsburg, Inwood Primary Care and Pediatrics, Magnolia Family Medicine and the WVU Heart and Vascular Institute in Martinsburg.

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Meet Your Farmers

Farm to You sources food from six farms in West Virginia's Eastern Panhandle. These farms produce a variety of vegetables, fruits and dairy products with a focus on sustainable, chemical-free and humane farming practices.

Learn about the Farmer Partners

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