A sustainable farm based on stewardship practices grounded in a reverence for the land and its resources, growing wholesome food, and providing a farm stay experience to share this way of life with others.

The farmstead includes gardens, high tunnel, hay field, pastures with rotationally grazed beef cattle and sheep, dogs and horses, chicken coop, farmer's residence, guesthouse, and other farm buildings, surrounded by 140 acres of wooded hills offering wonderful views.  Located in Fayetteville, minutes from the New River Gorge.

The high tunnel allows for the early spring production of vegetables, herbs, and flowers grown here. No pesticides are used because pollinators and birds are desired residents.

There is a market vegetable garden located next to the high tunnel, and several ornamental gardens located around the residence and guesthouse.


About Pam

Owner Pam Bailey, a botanist and landscape architect, has invested her knowledge in Five Springs Farm near the New River Gorge in southern West Virginia.

Bailey works full time on the farm, started in 1992, which includes horses, a small herd of Limousin and Belted Galloway Beef cattle, Katahdin sheep, Great Pyrenees Guardian dogs, laying hens, and two farm dogs. She also plants in the high tunnel and gardens. Crops include herbs, flowers, and vegetables.