Launched in 2004, the Farm-to-Table Program was a partnership between Headwaters, Rappahannock County Public Schools, Rappahannock Farm Bureau, the Young Farmland Preservation Fund, and Sunnyside Institute. Through the generosity of the Young Family and the Young Farmland Farm Preservation Fund, Farm-to-Table was able to start an agriculture class at Rappahannock County Elementary School. This program worked to cultivate good stewards of the earth through classroom study of horticulture and nutrition, cultivation of school gardens, and hands-on experiences at local family farms. Today, Farm-to-Table continues to be a high school elective. Headwaters continues to manage the Farm-to-Table endowment and, in the summer of 2019, Farm-to-Table partnered with RappFlow to renovate the courtyard at Rappahannock County Elementary School.