Brett Wilson is the owner of Horse & Buggy Produce.

Brett grew up on a sheep farm in Oregon’s Willamette Valley and tended his first flock as a pre-teen. He graduated from Yale with a degree in economics and went on to coach rowing and work in Antarctica. Tired of all the ice, he settled down in Central Virginia and accidentally started Horse & Buggy after falling in love with real apple cider. He can usually be found hiking somewhere with bad cell phone reception.

Me & Henry

Mary Rieber is the Office Manager for Horse & Buggy Produce.  

Mary is the epitome of a “people person”. She loves interacting with folks and can actually be *too* perky at times. She’s a native Pittsburgher but has lived in the Charlottesville area for over 10 years. She has a beau and a 12-year-old daughter and secretly thinks she’s the real dog whisperer. Her former life was in IT, but now she’s all about food. so you know she loves updating the Horse & Buggy web store and newsletter with each week’s bounty. Her top goal is to make sure our customers know how much we appreciate them. She’s also currently thinking of ways to send Brett out into the world in order for him to spread the word about our great little local organization.

Catherine Redfearn

Catherine Redfearn is the Operations Manager for Horse & Buggy Produce.

Do you know what the smelliest rotten vegetable is? Well, Catherine does and it’s what convinced Brett to hire her. Catherine has a background in regional planning and natural resource protection. She’s lived in Charlottesville for 16 years, has been married for 6 years, and has a son and a dog, both of whom just turned two. As Horse and Buggy’s new Operations Manager, Catherine will be sourcing your produce, making sure your boxes arrive at your door, and ensuring you never have to know what the smelliest rotten vegetable is.

 meg licking her chops

(Nut)Meg Wilson spends her days mooching off of everyone in sight, barking to get into the office, barking to get out of the office and barking at the mailman.