The Farm at Sunnyside grows certified organic fruits and vegetables for sale locally.
William & Mary Dining is proud to procure over thirty-six percent of food served in the dining facilities from local sources. Products such as peanuts, jam, pork and milk are all procured from producers within 250-miles of campus while breads are made on campus and herbs are grown in the campus gardens.
Below are stories from our local vendors and how a relationship with the College has impacted their efforts.
Levering Orchard features 32 acres of cherries with over 44 varieties to choose from - making it the largest cherry orchard in the South.
The William & Mary Bakery provides freshly made baked goods throughout campus. From artisan breads to grab-and-go sandwiches, the products are made daily to ensure optimum freshness.
Twin Oaks Cooperative Community Ecovillage has been making tofu in rural Louisa County, VA since 1991. Find out more about this intentional community and their relationship with William & Mary
Barry and Jan Fitzgerald supply RFoC and The Commons with locally-made jam's. Find out more about their farm in Providence Forge, VA and why their customers keep coming back.