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Richard Drutchas started beekeeping in Vermont over 40 years ago, founding Bee Haven Honey Farm on Norton Road in Worcester, Vt. After serving as the Vermont State Apiarist, Rick concentrated on building a commercial beekeeping operation that reached 750 hives with retail accounts across the state. In 2008, Genevieve joined Bee Haven, contributing gardens, herbs, kitchen witching, a strong back and another set of hands. In 2010 Bee Haven sold many of its hives to Northwoods Apiary in Troy, Vermont, along with our retail accounts. Today we manage 150 hives and sales from our farm, specializing in true, old world raw and unfiltered honey for the honey connoisseur. We tend our hives, raise queen bees and grow organic herbs and make products from the bounty they provide us with. We feel privileged to be a part of Vermont's remarkable beekeeping history.
In business since 1994, a flower and herb farm specializing in unique, seasonal all/any occasion arrangements. A soapmaker extraordinaire with a wonderful line of pure olive oil soaps, in addition to herbal products such as "Oxymels".
Gratitude Farm, owned by Alex and Laura Pissalidis, uses biodynamic and Vedic farming methods to grow nutrient dense and energetically powerful produce. They grow microgreens, such as purple basil, kale, cress, tri-color chard as well as wheatgrass.
Growing hardy and unusual perennials since 1986. We love peonies and have many varieties. We know our plants. Most of the plants we sell are field grown or we have trialed in our own gardens. You can purchase our plants with confidence that with proper care they will thrive in your gardens, too. In late summer we offer our high quality eating, storage and seed garlic.
Heartwood Farm is a diversified vegetable farm located in South Albany, Vt. Bordered by beaver ponds, sugar maple, and spruce, our goal is to bring food to all corners of our community and to continue the thriving rural traditions in our lives and work. Along with growing vegetables we tap around 700 maples using non-leaded buckets and boil sap in a wood-fired evaporator.
We are a small family farm located in South Woodbury, VT. We have been coming to the market since 2000, and look forward to seeing our friends each week. We have a passion for fresh food, and we bring only the very best our farm has to offer.
LePage Farm has been growing and marketing organic fruits and vegetables locally year 'round for 3 decades. We are located in Barre Town near the top of Beckley Hill and has been farmed continuously by the LePages since the Civil War. Although our clay loam soils are not considered ideal for a vegetable farm, we have always amazed customers by the flavor of our produce. This has much to do with re-mineralization of our soils, and the organic matter produced by the use of many sources of composted animal manures. We grow over 110 varieties of vegetables, the production of which we pioneered in central Vermont. Globe artichokes, honeydew melons, okra, lima beans, romanesco broccoli, sweet potatoes, peanuts, tomatilloes and many other varieties were first grown in Vermont here on this farm. And we still are working on new introductions to the brief Vermont growing season. Whether you want a golden turnip in January, or a Sharlyn melon in August, you will find professionally grown produce, worth what you pay for it from us. E-mail us with your questions or comments - firstname.lastname@example.org, or join in our radio talk show, The Curse of the Golden Turnip, Sunday 6 to 9 AM on WGDR-FM 91.1.
Mont Eden Farm sits in a quiet, remote area of Orange County. It's an old hill farm, with a 200 + year old house and barn and a great long Vermont history, of which someday, I hope to become a part. All products are grown chemical-free, with a focus on quality and unique varieties.
Jan Stuart creates the softest handmade llama and alpaca fiber products, including baby booties, hats, felted soaps, note cards, yarn, and so much more. She also recycles old coats, to make one of a kind, teddy bears, makes jams and jellies from local herbs and vegetables, and sells refreshing and seasonal fruit spritzers, and dog biscuits.
Peaceful Harvest Mushrooms, LLC is a new local gourmet mushroom farm producing various strains year-round. We know there are lots of fellow mycologists in our area that appreciate not only the tastiness and health benefits of mushrooms but also the key role that fungi play in our ecosystem.
We are grateful and honored to have this opportunity to supply gourmet mushrooms and spawn to our amazing community. We are cultivating Shiitake, Oyster, Maitake, and Lions Mane mushrooms and are also offering sustainably harvested Chaga. Visit our facebook page to see what is available at the farm and at the farmers market each week.
Karen, Brian, Aidan and Corey Wiseman
Rogers Farmstead grows grains and raises cows for raw milk. We mill our own grains in small batches on the farm to bring you the freshest products. Our small herd of Jersey cows provide creamy raw milk which can be delivered to the market.
Silloway Maple is a family business owned by Paul Lambert and John, Stuart, David and Bette Silloway. The business was started by Bette's father, Paul Silloway, in the 1940s. Silloway Maple uses all renewable resources, including waste wood from their logging business for their traditionally wood-fired arch, and solar-power for all the sugarhouse electrical needs. The solar also provides about half of the family dairy farm's requirements.
Taproot Herbals product line is created and produced by Marie Frohlich, Holistic Health Coach and Herbalist. Marie’s inspirations begin with her perpetual love of nature and a deep respect of the herbs themselves. Marie’s herbal ingredients are grown organically on her land, in her teaching garden, ethically wildcrafted and sustainably sourced.
Our farm is perched on the hill above the beautiful and bountiful Twin Ponds in Brookfield, Vermont. We are blessed to be the caretakers of these 14 acres of pasture, woodland, and gardens, and it is our dream to bring as much vitality to this land as we possibly can. We believe in the healing power of plants and we are dedicated to growing medicinal plants of the highest quality, beginning with healthy soil and followed through with care in harvest and processing.
We grow our plants organically and with much enthusiasm; we feel there are few greater honors than to be in the midst of so many healing plant spirits. Our work is inspired by natural farming, permaculture principles, biodynamic methods, and the rich traditions of those who have farmed this land before us. We are committed to growing medicine for healing ourselves, our communities, and our ecosystems. We hope you enjoy the good medicine!
At our small certified organic farm we strive to preserve the farming and cultural heritage of our families by creating healthy, delicious, and uniquely flavoured pestos. They are inspired by memories of Fran's mother and grandmother in the kitchen as they prepared Italian cuisine for family meals. We grow garlic, spinach, basil, tomatoes, cilantro, garden sorrel, and carrots for our recipes. We use organic oils, nuts, lemon, ginger, spices and excellent cheeses crafted by Vermont cheese makers.
Our pestos are home-made in small batches and immediately frozen in glass to guarantee their fresh taste. They are a tasty, healthy addition to appetizers, sandwiches, eggs, salads, marinades, and many other foods and recipes!
In business since June, 2001 with a mission to offer all yarns that directly come from Vermont producers and farms. The fiber farm consists of cormo, merino, and cormo x sheep, alpaca, llama, and angora rabbits.