2115 Waverly Drive,
Bel Air 21015
Quilt Pattern name:
Friendship Star and Carpenter’s Wheel
Red, White and Blue
Gregory Wilson and Janelle Vane
Janelle Vane and Joan Hayden
Actual Location of Barn Quilt on Farm/Building:
Directly in the building
Wilson’s Farm Market has been a part of the community since 1979 when Greg Wilson began to farm and operate the fruit stand at the old stone house on Route One about 1.5 miles north of our current location. The home farm is located on Forge Hill Road, which he purchased in 1987. This is where most of the vegetables are grown. He raises the balance of the produce at Wilson’s Farm Market on Waverly Drive. The home farm also has 12 acres of orchard and 4 high tunnels for early and late tomato production.
We purchased the property on Waverly Drive in 2013. This property had belonged to the Hoopes family, who had an orchard across the street where the church is now. We began construction of our new store in December of 2015 and opened to the public in October of 2016. We are open daily, year-round, providing local fruit, vegetables, meats, dairy and other specialty products from other farmers within our local area.
We have participated in numerous farmers’ markets for many years but now you can find us only at the Bel Air Farmers’ Market.
Our CSA is unique, allowing the member to choose their produce and local items from the list we provide. This gives members the opportunity to experience other local farms’ delicious products.
Our home farm has a beautiful barn, but it is not accessible. So, we decided to participate in the Barn Quilt trail by utilizing our market on Route One. Please stop in and say hi. We are excited about the Barn Quilt trail and would love to speak with you about it. We believe in our local community and this is a positive expression of supporting your farmers!