Blenheim Organic Farm is part of Blenheim Farm, a 400-acre farm long associated with the Washington family in Westmoreland County Virginia. Blenheim farm was established by George Washington’s family in the 18th-century and is protected with conservation easements that preserve its historic character, open spaces, farmland and wildlife habitats in perpetuity. We are a family farm where sustainable agriculture, wildlife conservation and satisfied customers are our top priorities. We grow a large variety of crops on about 15 acres. We have 20 acres USDA certified organic by QCS. Selected acres of the 20 acres that is not in vegetable production, is planted in cover crop to increase field fertility or to attract beneficial insects. The vegetables we grow are chosen for their beauty and their flavor, of which includes lettuce mixes, elephant garlic, spring onions, tomatoes, basil, green beans, black eye peas, sweet potatoes and specialty eggplants, to name a few. We do succession planting to ensure a constant harvest. We have been part of the Williamsburg Farmers’ Market, on Duke of Gloucester Street, since its inception in the summer of 2002.