In Celebration of Agriculture and the Arts

September 24 – 26, 2021 • Sedalia, VA

Workshops All Weekend

Featuring

Joel Salatin

PolyFace FARMS

Derrick & Paige Jackson

Grass Grazed

Ben Coleman

Mountain Run Farm

Bea Gutierrez

WOOD FIRED POTTERY

Live Music

Coleman Brothers Band

Coleman Brothers Band

Brothers Clif and David Coleman have been playing music together for over 30 years. Clif's son Al eventually joined the family jams on guitar to form the power trio formerly known as the Mountain Run Band. The Coleman Brothers Band is the next evolution of the family...

Mojo Parker

Mojo Parker

Mojo Parker welcomes you to join him on his musical odyssey. His voice is recognized over the Blue Ridge Mountains, down to the Gulf Coast, and into the heart and soul of Memphis, TN. As a two time Semi-Finalist and recent 2020 Finalist of the International Blues...

Root2 Music

Root2 Music

ROOT2 MUSIC is the musical intersection of Deep South country blues and Celtic/Appalachian fiddle music.  David Frank (guitar, harmonica, vocals) and Nancy Reid (fiddle, vocals) perform traditional and original blues with a distinctive Appalachian flavor. When David...

Adam DeGraff

Adam DeGraff

Adam DeGraff is an American violinist, composer, producer, educator, and farmer. He spent the first part of his career as a first-chair, professional orchestral musician. Since then, Adam has been experimenting with rock violin, live looping, alternative music...

C. Burrows

C. Burrows

C. Burrows is the stage name for Chris Andrews, a singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Chris spent his childhood living between South America and the United States. In 2016 Chris walked the length of the United States, from Washington, DC to Los Angeles, CA…

Mitchie The Frog

Mitchie The Frog

Former guitarist and front man for The Deems, Mitchie the Frog returns to the big stage to play softer tunes for a milder audience. Don’t be fooled though, folks - “I ain’t yo mommas pollywog.”More Live Music

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Children’s Story Hour

Children’s Story Hour

Children’s Story Hour is an invitation for young and old alike to sit down and enjoy the magic and rest of storytelling. This year we will be reading Backyard Fairies and Sonya’s Chickens by Pheobe Wahl. I hope you like it as much as I do!

Feel-Good Flow Qi Gong

Feel-Good Flow Qi Gong

Join Chris in a simple yet powerful Qi Gong practice to relax and access your inner flow. By coordinating the breath, flowing movements and simple meditation techniques this experience will leave you feeling calm and connected.

Wild Food Plant Walk

Wild Food Plant Walk

Enjoy an informative walk around Camp Sedalia whilst learning the myriad of seasonal wild foods that grow there. We'll focus on easy to understand plant identification, seeing the world with "ecological eyes", and simple harvesting, storage, and preparation techniques...

kids stream study

kids stream study

Join us in Reed Creek to catch and identify stream critters and find what that means about the water quality in Reed Creek. We may even get to catch some crawfish earrings! Even the tiniest streams can be home to little critters called aquatic macroinvertebrates. “Aquatic” means they live in water. “Macro” means you can see them without a magnifying glass. And “invertebrate” means they don’t have a backbone.

Kids Yoga

Kids Yoga

In this kids yoga class we will take ourselves on an imaginative earth focused journey through movement, sound, and breath. We will move, and focus together to connect into the heartbeat of the world.

Medicinal Plant Walk

Medicinal Plant Walk

Discover the abundance of medicinal plants that grow all around Camp Sedalia with herbalist Kat Maier of Sacred Plant Traditions. Learn basic plant identification skills, herbal actions and qualities, and how to harvest and prepare each plant for personal use.

Our Sponsors

Thank you to all of our generous sponsors. Would you like to sponsor Mountain Run Jam? Check out our sponsor page.

We gather every year to share land-based skills, music, the arts, and local food in an effort to grow a community that supports farmers, artists, local economies and ecosystems.”