ABC NEWS VISITS OUR FARM

In July of 2021 ABC News took a trip out to the Wardensville Garden Market to shine a light on our Enterprises and our mission to ignite the spark of curiosity within Appalachian youth. Watch the video to learn more!

THIS WEST VIRGINIA TOWN HAS A HISTORIC ALL-INCLUSIVE SPA, FARM-TO-TABLE RESTAURANTS, AND EPIC MOUNTAIN VIEWS — AND IT’S JUST 2 HOURS OUTSIDE D.C.

Wardensville is tucked away in a scenic part of West Virginia, less than two hours away from Washington, D.C.

Mack's Bingo Kitchen interior with people enjoying a meal

WARDENSVILLE WELCOMES NEW STELLAR RESTAURANT: MACK’S BINGO KITCHEN

The town continues to celebrate the opening of a new restaurant that is now part of its picturesque main street.

MACK’S WORKS WONDERS

The state’s Best New Restaurant in the 2023 WV Living Best of West Virginia awards not only serves up exceptional dining experiences for guests but also serves area youth by inviting them to shadow its staff to gain valuable experience in the hospitality industry—and a better understanding of the job opportunities it offers.

Sous Chef Adam with Junior Crew Member, Rylan

FARMS WORK WONDERS AND ENTERPRISES HONORED WITH SIX AWARDS

In WV Living’s 2023 Best of West Virginia Competition Farms Works Wonders and its enterprises received Best New Restaurant, Best Artist, Best Bakery in the Potomac Highlands, Best Casual Dining in the Potomac Highlands, 1st Runner-up Specialty Food Marketplace, and 1st Runner-up Best Place to Work.

MEET OUR POSSIBILITARIANS

“If you’ve driven through Wardensville in the last five years, you know something wonderful is in the air. Maybe it’s the smell of freshly baked bread or newly tilled fields. Or maybe it’s because once–boarded up buildings are now bustling with new businesses. But what you may not know is that Wardensville has an angel, Jonathan D. Lewis.”

FARMS WORK WONDERS RAISES OVER $21,125 FOR LOCAL FIRE + RESCUE SQUADS AND YOUTH GIVING COMMITTEE 

Farms Work Wonders held it’s most successful Farm 5K Benefit Run/Walk over labor day weekend. More than 140 people attended the event resulting in over $21,125 donated.

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