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Press & Praise

October 2016 || Foodwaze.Com: 15 Awesome Farm Stores and Farm Stands

October 2016 || Giving and Receiving Help: Molly Peterson Part 3

September 2016 || Animal Welfare Approved: Heritage Hollow Farms – Sperryville, VA

September 2016 || Choosing a Happy Life: Molly Peterson, Part 2

September 2016 || Recap: The Post speaks with Ian Mellencamp, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats at Farm Aid

September 2016 || (cameo #6) 10 Reasons Why Willie Nelson's Farm Aid Is Unlike Any Other Music Festival

September 2016 || (cameo) Field & Main, reviewed...

September 2016 || GroundedWomen.Com: A Heart-Based Farm: Molly Peterson, Part 1

September 2016 || Molly & Mike Peterson

August 2016 || AT&T: Hard work, agility make Heritage Hollow Farms a success

August 2016 || RappNews: Petersons are $50K more agile, with AT&T’s help

August 2016 || AT&T: Grand Prize Winner AT&T Small Business #AGILITYIS Challenge

July 2016 || Top 10 Finalist AT&T Small Business Agility Challenge

July 2016 || The Piedmont Virginian Magazine: FarmHer Molly Peterson

July 2016 || New York Magazine Travel: Drink and Dine in Virginia’s Piedmont Region

April 2016 || Millennial Farmers Fight An Uphill Battle. It’s Time To Support Them.

April 2016 || Fuzzy Pigs, Squash Swords And More of the World's Amazing, Vanishing Heirloom Breeds

April 2016 || The Film Fest at Little Washington: Heritage Hollow: Beneath the Blue Ridge

April 2016 || Bah-bah-bah: spring babies on the farm

February 2016 || Rappahannock County Farm Tour 2016 Chair: Molly Peterson

January 2016 || Culpeper Soil and Water Board of Directors: Elected Mike Peterson

February 2016 || The Stockman Grassfarmer: Consumer Education is the Best Route to Inventory Balance

January 2016 || Molly Peterson: Speaker at Future Harvest CASA Conference

September 2015 || The Stockman Grass Farmer: Hairy Pastured Pigs Have Virginia Chefs in Virginia Excited

July 2015 || Mother Earth News: To Kill or Not to Kill Small Livestock Predators?

July 2015 || 4PFoods: Farmer Profile

June 2015 || Clearways Consulting: Being active in communities
can help your career to thrive

April 2015 || The Fewell Homestead: Small Livestock Predators: To kill, or not to kill?

April 2015 || Piedmont Environmental Council: Finding a Place to Grow: Earning A Herd, Opening a Store

April 2015 || Slow Food DC: 2015 Snail of Approval Award

March 2015 || Griffin Tavern: Guest Chef Mike Peterson

September 2014 || Kiva Zip Loan Funded in Less than 30 days

September 2014 || Outstanding in the Field

April 2014 || Molly Peterson: Heritage Hollow Farms

March 2014 || Inspired: Meet Your Meat Farmers

March 2014 || DC Environmental Film Screening & Panel Discussion: Farming for the Future

January 2014 || Washington Post: In the cross hairs of CrossFit: Local businesses find niche in fitness craze

December 2013 || Chesapeake Bay Journal: CREP helped plant seed of conservation in landowner’s outlook

September 2013 || Rappahannock News: Petersons take over Miller farm operations

September 2013 || Washington Post: Local food purveyors find eager audiences at gyms 

September 2013 || Mount Vernon Farm Transition Announcement by Cliff Miller

July 2013 || Paleo Parents || Featured Farm in cookbook Beyond Bacon  

June 2013 || Piedmont Environmental Council & Prince Charitable Trusts: Farming for the Future

August 2012 || Paleo Magazine || Do You Know Where Your Food Comes From? by Mike Peterson

May 2012 || Holistic Management International In Practice || From Chef to Farmer – Creating Connections with Food by Mike Peterson  

February 2012 || Paleo Magazine || Cooking Grassfed Beef by Mike Peterson

October 2011 || || Molly Peterson’s Story 

September 2009 || || From Five Star Chef to Farm Intern: Mike Peterson


It takes time for farms to produce quality products. It takes effort to go through the seasons with them utilizing every part of the animal and growing plant that comes available. It takes passion for a farm to endure the stress, and hard work needed to create something not just tasty, but truly spectacular.
Mike, and everyone at Heritage Hollow make it common practice. Its not only a pleasure to use them, but also to know them. What they produce is some of the best I’ve ever had the pleasure of using in my kitchen.
— Tarver King, The Restaurant at Patowmack Farm