Agape Hill Farm 618 Houston Hill Road, Hardwick 05843 www.agapehillfarm.com | (802) 472-3711 Open June 1 through October 1. Please call ahead.
Llama farm with other assorted farm animals, selling raw and processed fiber as well as fiber art and felting supplies. Llama trail walks and family farm visits available.
April’s Maple 6507 VT RT 114, Canaan, VT 05903 www.aprilsmaple.com | (802) 266-9624 Open year round, closed on Tuesdays. Mon, Wed, Thu & Fri 10am - 5pm; Sat & Sun 10am -3pm.
We have a cafe with home-style food and maple ice cream. In our gift shop you will find our own Maple Syrup and a wide variety of maple confections that we make onsite as well as other specialty VT foods.
Ardelia Farm & Co 3118 W Glover Rd, Irasburg 05845 www.ardeliafarm.com | (802) 323-4178 Please call ahead.
Established in 2011, Ardelia Farm & Co. is a cut flower farm, floral design studio, and bakery. Thomas bakes everything from chocolate chip cookies to elegant wedding cakes using local, organic, farm fresh ingredients. Bailey raises specialty cut flowers, supplying farmers markets and florists, as well as full service wedding and event design.
Berry Creek Farm 1342 VT Route 100, Westfield 05874 www.berrycreekfarmvt.com | (802) 744-2406 Open May 1 to end of Oct, Mon-Fri 9am-6pm, Sat 9am-5pm, Sun 10am-5pm. Closed Sundays mid-July to end of Oct.
A family-run and owned certified organic farm since 1992, specializing in strawberries, vegetables and plants. Farmstand, CSA and PYO strawberries. Other local products are available including honey, jam, bread, yogurt, cheeses, maple syrup.
Black Dirt Farm 393 Stannard Mountain Road, Stannard, VT 05842 www.blackdirtfarm.com | (802) 533-7033 Food scrap drop off open Mon-Sat 7am-7pm. Farm stand open in summer Mon-Sat 7am-7pm.
Black Dirt Farm is an integrated farm whose business model and farm organization follow the decomposer cycle and include discarded food collection services from area food businesses and institutions, laying hens foraged on compost, compost and worm castings production, and growing produce.
Sheep’s milk and cow’s milk cheeses, organic pasture fed lamb, beef, chicken, yarn, socks and wool duvets. No storefront, but if you are visiting us you can purchase products here. Farm tours available.
Brown’s Beautiful Blueberries 493 Coburn Hill Road, Craftsbury 05826 www.bbblueberries.com | (802) 586-2202 / 2843 During season, 9am-5pm. Call ahead.
For over 25 years Arnold Brown has produced quality blueberries on his 2,000 bush hillside orchard overlooking the Black River Valley and Craftsbury Common.
Our farm started in 1976 has grown incrementally from yogurt and cottage cheese prepared on the wood cookstove and door to door delivery to an array of exceptional quality yogurts, kefirs, heavy cream and buttermilk widely available throughout Vermont and many of the Eastern states.
Caledonia Spirits 46 Log Yard Drive, Hardwick 05843 www.caledoniaspirits.com | (802) 472-8000 Open May to Dec, Mon-Sun 12-5pm.
Mindfully distilled Barr Hill Gin, Tom Cat Gin, and Barr Hill Vodka is influenced by Vermont’s working landscape. Raw honey is the distinguishing ingredient in each of these spirits, which imparts a soft subtle essence of wildflower nectars. To sip these spirits is to be transported to a wild place on the fringe of field and forest – this is Landcrafted.
Cate Hill Orchard 697 Shadow Lake Road, Greensboro 05827 www.catehillorchard.com | (802) 586-2059 Open Aug 1 to Oct 25, weekends 10am-5pm. Please call ahead.
Farmstead sheep cheese and sheep skyr, including Vermanchego, Pecorino de Greensboro and award winning Wild Mountain Tomme. Organic apples, plums, cider. Farm store open by appointment; check website and Facebook for updates on our organic apple upick.
Center for an Agricultural Economy 140 Junction Road, Hardwick 05843 www.hardwickagriculture.org | (802) 472-5362 Vermont Food Venture Center is open for tours by appointment.
The Center for an Agricultural Economy operates the Vermont Food Venture Center, a food business incubator, and owns Atkins Field, home of the community gardens and farmers market.
Chandler Pond Farm 528 Burroughs Road, Wheelock, 05851 www.chandlerpondfarm.com | (802) 745-8607 The farmstand is open seasonally 8am-8pm, and products are available year round from the farm. Just give us a call!
Chandler Pond Farm produces 100% grass fed and finished beef, hay, strawberries, blueberries, maple syrup, and veggies.
Cliff Haven Farm 5463 Lake Road, Newport Center 05857 www.cliffhaven.net | (802) 334-2401 Open year round. Please call ahead.
We produce and sell our own pure maple syrup in a traditional manner and have been serving the public as a B&B for 10 years. Visit the sugarhouse in March & April, nature walk through 300 acres, and spend a night in the B&B.
Couture’s sells locally produced Vermont maple syrup and maple products and also welcomes guests at their bed and breakfast with an atmosphere of a small family farm with cows that might even wake you up in the morning!
Craftsbury General Store 118 S Craftsbury Rd, Craftsbury, VT 05826 www.craftsburygeneralstore.com | (802) 586-2440 Open 7am to 8pm daily.
All the local provisions you’ll need, plus a deli, catering, and dinner every Wednesday.
Danville Farmers Market Danville Green, Danville 05828 www.facebook.com/Danville.VT.Farmers.Market Open June through mid-Oct, every Wed, 9am-1pm.
Organized by the Caledonia Farmers Market Association.
Eden Specialty Ciders 150 Main Street, Newport 05855 www.edenicecider.com | (802) 334-1808 Open May 1 to Jan 1, Mon-Thurs 12pm-6pm, Fri-Sat 10am-8pm, Sun 10am-3pm. Closed Tues/Wed from Jan 1 to April 30.
We produce a full range of award-winning ice ciders, aperitif ciders and naturally sparkling ciders—all made with care from locally grown apples. Taste local ciders/spirits at the Tasting Bar. Must be 21 years or older to taste ciders/spirits.
Great Vermont corn Maze 1404 Wheelock Road, Danville, VT 05828 www.vermontcornmaze.com | (802) 748-1399 Open Aug 1 through mid-Oct daily at 10 am (weather permitting). Last people enter at 1 pm.
Largest corn maze in New England. Includes the Big Maze (2 1/2 hour hike), Scenic Maze (40 min walk), underground tunnel, bridges, play area, barnyard golf, friendly goats, and two haunted events.
Groton Growers Farmers Market 1476 Scott Highway, Groton 05046 www.grotongrowers.org Open June through Sept, every Sat, 9am-1pm.
Meat, cheese, produce, crafts, baked goods, maple syrup, honey and more. EBT, Farm-to-Family coupons, and debit cards accepted.
Hardwick Farmers Market Atkins Field, 140 Granite Street, Hardwick 05845 www.hardwickfarmersmarketvt.com | (802) 603-9334 Open mid-May through mid-Oct, every Friday 3pm-6pm.
Produce, baked goods, dairy products, prepared foods, crafts, spirits, healers. Live music every week.
A certified organic vegetable farm growing six acres of mixed vegetables and a small blueberry production. Pick-up or pick your own vegetables/blueberries.
High Mowing Organic Seeds 76 Quarry Road, Wolcott 05680 www.highmowingseeds.com | (802) 472-6174 Call to arrange a visit.
High Mowing Organic Seeds sells over 600 heirloom, open-pollinated and hybrid varieties of vegetable, fruit, herb and flower seed. Since 1996, they’ve grown much of the seed they sell on their 40 acre farm. Seeds can be purchased in stores and online.
Hill Farmstead Brewery 403 Hill Road, Greensboro Bend 05842 www.hillfarmstead.com | (802) 533-7450 Open Wed-Sat, 12pm-5pm.
The culmination of many years of travel and insight—of experience and education—of friendships and explorations. This brewery is the revival & continuation of 220 years of Hill heritage and hand crafted history in North Greensboro, VT. Tastings and retail shop.
Raising exceptional red deer since 1999, without the use of hormones or antibiotics. Farm raised venison is a low fat, low cholesterol and high protein red meat. Guided tours, hand-carved antler jewelry and meat for sale.
Jasper Hill Farm Greensboro Bend, VT 05842 www.jasperhillfarm.com Sorry, we cannot accommodate visitors.
Jasper Hill is a working dairy farm with an on-site creamery. An underground aging facility maximizes the potential of cheeses made by the creamery, as well as those made by other local producers. Cheese available at grocery stores throughout region and US.
Jed’s Maple Products 259 Derby Pond Road, Derby 05829 www.jedsmaple.com | (802) 766-2700 Open year round, Mon-Fri 8am-5pm, Sat 10am-4pm.
A certified organic sugaring operation that produces a host of maple specialty foods. Family maple museum on-site, an eco-friendly sugarhouse and gift shop. Tours, tastings and so much more!
Jocelyn and Cinta's Bakery 150 Main St, Newport 05855 (802) 334-4034 Please call ahead.
Jocelyn and Cinta's Bakeryproduces specialty baked goods from scratch for retail and wholesale. Enjoy their products at the Northeast Kingdom Tasting Center during normal business hours.
Kingdom Brewing was created by Brian and Jenn Cook with the intent to brew authentic craft beers from a wide variety of locally produced ingredients. Starting with American grown grains, they combine farm chemistry and heirloom recipes with ingredients from their farm and greenhouse such as maple sap, spruce tips, and berries, to create a variety of light to robust seasonal beers.
A 7 barrel brewery and tasting room in West Burke, Vermont. The brewery and tasting room are open seasonally from May to October. Craft lagers and ales are available for tasting onsite or take out in Crowlers or Growler fills. Conveniently located on Route 5 less than 5 miles from the Kingdom Trails.
Diverse, multi-generation, family-owned and operated dairy farm that features an anaerobic methane digester that generates electricity, and a large greenhouse with the capability to grow year round. Visits to the greenhouse and guided informational tour available. A wide variety of produce available for purchase. Open Saturdays beginning in June.
Meadow View Farm 1545 Darling Hill Road, Lyndonville 05851 www.meadow-view-farm.com | (802) 626-1116 Call ahead to place order for pick-up.
Raising Heritage Breed Belted Galloways for breeding and beef with a 100% grass fed feeding program using rotational grazing, producing all-natural, healthy beef. Self-guided tours. Open to the public.
Old Stone House Museum 109 Old Stone House Road, Brownington 05860 www.oldstonehousemuseum.org | (802) 754-2022 Open May 15 to Oct 15, Wed-Sun, 11am-5pm.
Historical museum with 55 acres of grounds including a heirloom vegetable garden, orchard and perennial flower garden. Self-guided tour of gardens/barns. Guided tour of museum containing 19th century furniture, paintings, folk art, tools, etc. Visitors welcome to walk on the grounds any time. Check our website for events and classes.
Peacham Farmers Market Academy Green, Peacham 05862 www.peachamfarmersmarket.com Open early June through early September every Thurs, 4pm-7pm.
Offering local residents and visitors an attractive, fun place to come and buy fresh, local farm products.
Pete’s Greens 266 South Craftsbury Road, Craftsbury 05826 www.petesgreens.com | (802) 586-2882 Craftsbury Farm Stand is open daily mid-May to Oct, 8am-8pm.
A four-season organic vegetable farm. Farm stand features organic veggies, fresh breads, local cheeses, local pastured meat/chicken, local flours/grains, fresh juices and more.
Rian Fried Center for Sustainable Agriculture & Food Systems 16 Sterling Drive, Craftsbury Common 05827 www.sterlingcollege.edu | (800) 648-3591 Guided tours can be arranged in advance.
Sterling College’s year-round educational farm comprised of 2+ acres of hand-managed and horse cultivated vegetable gardens, livestock management of dozens of animals, an edible forest garden and compost facilities. Many speakers, workshops, and events open to the public throughout the year. Activities depend on season. Visit our website for up-to-date info.
River’s Edge Farm Stand 776 Glover Road, Barton 05822 www.riversedgefarmstandbartonvt.blogspot.com | (802) 525-4000 Farm stand open mid-May to mid-Oct, weekdays 11am-6pm, Sat-Sun 11am-4pm. Closed every Wed.
Vegetable gardens, greenhouses, strawberries, blueberries and beehive on property. Fresh produce, cut flowers to order, flowering baskets, bedding plants and vegetable starts, all for sale. Also the home of Copper Plate LLC Food Trailer serving all your favorite summertime foods emphasizing our fresh garden produce.
Roy’s Maples 1422 Herrick Road, Derby 05829 www.roysmaplesyrup.com | (802) 766-5941 Open 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
A family business producing award winning organic maple syrup for over 55 years. We tap 4,500 trees and boil the sap down on a new state of the art wood fired evaporator. Certified organic by NOFA. Sugar house tours during the maple sugaring season.
Sandiwood Farm 1665 Town Hill Road, Wolcott 05680 www.sandiwoodfarm.com | (802) 888-2881 Please call ahead.
Sandiwood Farm offers a unique Farm to Fork venue including a one of a kind event greenhouse. The farm hosts a regular dinner series as well as weddings, field trips, and private events. Products include veggies, artisan maple syrup that ships nationwide, flowers and arrangements, as well as Justice of the Peace services.
Our maple syrup has been named “Best Maple Syrup in Vermont” multiple times. Beautiful scenic views. Tours available during sugaring season. Open March, April, May.
Smitty’s Farm 1292 North Derby Road, Derby 05829 (802) 323-8787 Please call ahead. If it’s sunny, we’re open!
A five-acre farm producing raspberries, blackberries, and blueberries, with frozen berries available year round. Though not certified, they use organic growing methods with no pesticides. Family owned and operated. Visit the farm stand, pick your own, and tours provided upon request.
Snug Valley Farm 824 Pumpkin Lane, East Hardwick, VT 05836 www.snugvalleyfarm.com | (802) 472-6185 Please call ahead.
We are a family farm selling meat retail (at the farm and through farmers’ markets) and wholesale at various restaurants. Grass-fed Beef, Heritage Pork and Ben’s Pumpkins. Pumpkins are sold by size and arranged in rows by price to make the choosing easy and fun.
Springwater Blueberry Farm 189 Orchard Terrace, West Glover 05875 www.facebook.com/springwaterberryfarm | (802) 755-6872 Open late-July to mid-September 9am-6pm. Please call ahead.
Growing over 8 varieties of highbush blueberries on 5 acres, we are open as a pick your own, when in season. We sell wholesale fresh or frozen throughout the year directly to customers. Sorry, no pets!
St. Johnsbury Distillery 1525 Main Street, St. Johnsbury 05819 www.stjdistillery.com | (802) 751-8813 Tasting room open Thursdays & Fridays 4-7 pm
St. Johnsbury Distillery is a throwback to old world ideals and taking time to enjoy those around you. To us, the spirit is a tool for generating memories. Our products are about enjoying the camaraderie as well as the drink in your glass.
St. Johnsbury Farmers Market www.facebook.com/St.J.Farmers.Market Summer: mid-May through October, every Sat, 9am-1pm behind Anthony’s Diner, St. Johnsbury 05819 Winter: Nov to April, first & third Sat of each month, 10am-1pm at St. Johnsbury Welcome Center, St. Johnsbury 05819
Organized by the Caledonia Farmers Market Association.
Sweet Rowen Farmstead 538 Lafont Road, West Glover 05822 www.sweetrowen.com | (802) 755-9960 By appointment only.
A grass-based, family-owned and operated dairy farm with our own creamery. We make fresh cheese and bottle our own delicious, non-homogenized milk on-site to sell locally. Please call ahead.
Tamarlane Farm & The Freighthouse 1000 Broad Street, Lyndonville 05851 www.thelyndonfreighthouse.com | (802) 626-1174 Open year round, 6:30am-5:30pm.
A certified organic dairy, beef, and vegetable operation that also produces and sells their own compost. The Freighthouse is home to a cafe and natural food market that sells the farm’s beef and seasonal produce.
Two Sisters Organic Farm 1375 Plot Road, Johnson 05656 https://twosistersorganicfarm.wordpress.com |(802) 635-7027 Please call ahead.
Two Sisters has blueberries, raspberries, currants, garlic, and more. U-pick and for sale. Season is mid-July to late August. Call ahead to verify at the beginning and end of the berry seasons please. Mid season the farm is open Tuesdays through Sundays, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Vermont Beef Jerky Company 348 Industrial Park Lane, Orleans, 05860 (802) 754-9412 Open Mon-Fri, 7am-3:30pm.
In business for over a quarter century, our jerky is shipped all over the country. We make and sell a variety of flavors from sweet to spicy. Come visit the plant and take home some Vermont Beef Jerky.
Through our partnership with dairy goat farmers, we supply a consistent, year-round supply of premium, farm-grazed product. Small herd of goats on-site for visitors to interact with, and meat for sale.
Vermont Reindeer Farm / Nature’s Touch 3108 Chilafoux Road, Orleans 05860 (802) 754-9583 Open June 25 through August 27 on Sundays, 10am-2pm, Saturday by appointment only.
See various farm animals including reindeer and walk our nature trail. Learn about these amazing animals at our reindeer school. Find local homemade Nature’s Touch products including soaps, lotions and lip balms, plus maple products, T-shirts, pottery, ice cream and maple cotton candy. Don’t miss the annual Fall Festival in October. Check Facebook for more information. Open June 25 through Aug 27 on Sundays, 10am-2pm, Sat by appointment only.
Vermont Soy 180 Junction Road, Hardwick 05843 www.vermontsoy.com | (802) 472-8500 By appointment only (cash or check), and available in various retailers.
Our Artisan Tofu is handcrafted using traditional Japanese kettle style techniques. Our organic, and gluten free Tofu is made fresh without the use of preservatives.
Walden Mountain Alpaca Farm 264 Coles Pond Rd, East Hardwick 05836 (802) 533-7788 Please call ahead.
Walden Mountain Alpaca Farm is a medium-sized alpaca farm in northern Vermont selling alpacas and knit products (hats, scarves, mittens or yarn). A great source of enjoyment is watching our crias (baby alpacas) prancing and play around our pastures.
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