Jon Henry & Family
Jon Henry grew up in the mountains of Rappahannock County. His paternal family has lived in the Shenandoah Valley for the past five generations, mainly as farmers. The store builds upon his family's past-time of produce peddling. Now, Jon as the proprietor of a 'brick & mortar' location extends beyond seasonal produce.
Jon, also, manages the family's farm store in Warrenton, Virginia. The family collectively farms under the name Jumpin Run Farm.
Henry has completed master degrees in Art from NYU & JMU; he brings a critical eye to layout, detail, and quality to the store's operations.
Jumpin Run Farm
Jumpin Run Farm is Jon’s family farm in Mount Jackson, Virginia: a few miles north of New Market. It traditionally concentrated on cattle with a minor focus on market crops like sweet corn and tomatoes.
Jon Henry’s paternal family has been in the Shenandoah Valley for the past 5 generations. His maternal family was mainly concentrated in Virginia’s Piedmont region.
Since Jon left college, its vegetarian product lines (aka produce) have expanded, but still centered on tomatoes. Along with his father and uncle, Jon runs another farm store in Mt. Jackson & Warrenton, VA. Jumpin Run is the name of a spring that starts in the farm’s back fields & feeds in the Shenandoah River.