Randy & Michelle Gulden, Toano in James City County, Email, (757) 566-4803
KelRae Farm has been growing and selling produce since 2001! Before KelRae Farm was established the farm was known as Hazelwood Farm owned by Henry M “Buck” Hazelwood, Randy’s great uncle. Hazelwood Farm sold fresh local grown produce all over the Williamsburg area for decades.
Randy inherited the farm which he grew up working on. He and Michelle, his wife, established KelRae Farm (named after their two oldest daughters) in the spring of 2001. What began as a part-time adventure has now turned into a full time farming career. KelRae sells fresh local grown seasonal veggies, melons, sunflowers and eggs from their farm in Toano, VA. As well as offering a local CSA program.
KelRae Farm participates in many community programs and events. They have a partnership with the College of William & Mary and participate in the farm to school program with Williamsburg James City County schools. They also have been part of the Williamsburg Farmers Market for over fourteen years.
More information about their CSA program, Williamsburg Farmers Market, and produce available at their farm store can be found on their website. Or follow them on their Facebook and Instagram accounts for updates.