Cedar Lane Farm

In 2021, Dave Hawkins and Cedar Lane Farm were recognized by the Little Kanawha Conservation District as Wood County Outstanding Cooperator of the year. We support local sustainable agriculture through the propagation of Appalachian herbs, managed woodlands, & Beyond-Organic produce.We are also an eduction facility with a newly added commercial kitchen for food production. We partner with other farms to provide local products and have been licensed industrial hemp growers since 2015.

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At Cedar Lane Farm, we raise the best organic foods you’ll find anywhere on the market. In fact, we hold ourselves to a higher standard that we call “Beyond-Organic.” Our fruits and vegetables are grown right here in Parkersburg and the surrounding area. You’re assured of freshness, plus you’re supporting local jobs and farms. When crops are in season, you can shop right here, online. We harvest your order and deliver it to Mother Earth Foods for pick up. It’s so easy to eat healthy!

Are you looking to turn Uncle Eddie’s salsa recipe into the next big got-to-have football season snack? Foodie entrepreneurs will be excited to learn that Cedar Lane Farm has its own certified commercial kitchen where you can safely manufacture your product for public consumption! Or maybe you consider yourself somewhat of a professional when it comes to winemaking, and you’d like to teach a class on it. Look no further for your future venue. Reserve our certified commercial kitchen for your next awesome project!

Events at Cedar Lane Farm

Our annual Herb Walk has taken place each year since 2014 and is a highly anticipated event every spring. Thanks to all who have made it an on-going success. Check out the gallery from our 2019 walk below.

And now, with the addition of the new Cedar Lane Farm Kitchen, we are looking forward to hosting many future culinary events. Watch this website and our social media pages for scheduling.

Do you have a recipe or product you’d like to get out to the world? The Cedar Lane Farm Kitchen is commercially licensed and fully equipped for your project.

For those of you who asked, here is the recipe for Rebecca Wood’s wild foods cracker spread:
Ramp Pesto: in food processor combine equal parts ramps, garlic mustard, chickweed and your favorite fresh greens (spinach, basil, etc.) with a dash of sea salt, pepper, garlic cloves to taste, almonds, cashews or pine nuts, splash of favorite hot sauce or sprinkle of cayenne, olive oil to blend!


Cedar Lane Farm and owner Dave Hawkins is a proud member of WWOOF USA. Worldwide Opportunities on Organic Farms, USA (WWOOF® USA) is part of a worldwide effort to link visitors with organic farmers, promote an educational exchange, and build a global community conscious of ecological farming practices. WWOOF’s goal is to provide individuals from all around the world the opportunity to: gain practical skills in organic farming and gardening, lend a helping hand wherever needed, experience rural living in the USA, further the organic and sustainability movement participate in a cultural exchange.

If you are interested in learning more, visit: www.wwoofusa.org/user/934535.

United Plant Savers

Cedar Lane Farm and owner Dave Hawkins is a proud member of the United Plant Savers, Stewards of Healing Herbs. As demand for medicinal herbs has grown over the past few years in America, so have issues with shortages and habitat destruction. Through research, education and conservation efforts, United Plant Savers works “to protect native medicinal plants of the United States and Canada and their native habitat while ensuring an abundant renewable supply of medicinal plants for generations to come.” For at-risk species, United Plant Savers has developed a unique “Adopt an Herb” program in which sponsors commit to a five-year== sponsorship of one of the 20 native medicinal plants on their at-risk list.

If you are interested in learning more about the group or how you can help, visit their website: www.unitedplantsavers.org.