Adam Welly

Farmer, chef, activist, and co-founder and co-owner of Wayward Seed Farm. With an innate passion for food and cooking, Adam found his way to farming through food. As a buyer for a local specialty cheese shop, Adam noticed a real need in the market for fresh, high quality, lesser known vegetable varieties. He soon set out to start a small farm, focused on providing heirloom and Ohio heritage vegetables to local chefs.

In just four years, this self-taught and self-trained farmer not only farms 30 acres of land and leads a CSA program with more than 200 shareholders, but produces more than 40 vegetable varieties, many otherwise unknown to Central Ohio.

Adam is not only passionate about returning rare vegetables to the table, but also returning the fertility to the soil he farms. He is currently in the process of perfecting Wayward Seed's soil-building program.

Jaime Moore

Jaime Moore is co-founder and co-owner of Wayward Seed Farm. Passionate about service, detail-oriented and driven to make her customers feel confident, Jaime leads the back end of the business as well as the formation and management of new farmers’ markets.

With a bachelors in Hospitality Management from The Ohio State University combined with more than 15 years of experience in both food and customer service, Jaime brings a unique blend of business acumen and an understanding of marketing that is a rarity in farming. Her genuine passion for agriculture and fresh and local food makes her the ideal ambassador for not only the farm itself, but for the education and expansion of CSA throughout the community.