Farm Store

Open for Summer!

In our small red barn near the driveway you’ll find our small gem of a farm stand, full of delicious food from our farm and growers nearby, as well as handmade gifts, art and all-natural yarns.

The farm store is open 8 am – 6 pm, Tues-Sat, and 8 am – 3 pm on Sunday.

We are now open for picnicking on the grounds with our own picnic baskets packed for two, with a variety of local cheeses, cured meats, homemade baked goods, produce and spreads.

Thank you so much for supporting farm in this difficult time, and for being part of re-building a resilient local food system with whole ecological health at the forefront.


Come Visit and Say Hello!

There are so many new local and farm-made products for you to discover at the farm this year! Our farm store is open Tues-Sunday from June 1-Oct 1, and by appointment the rest of the year.

Summer offerings:

  • Local cheeses such as marinated herb chevre and Sip of Sunshine Cheddar
  • Vermont Salumi cured pork sausage
  • organic produce
  • Organic Ice Cream, gelato and fruit popsicles
  • Our free-range Eggs
  • Krauts and Kimchi
  • fresh berries and fruit in season
  • honey, jams and fruit vinegars
  • Our lamb sausage – Tandoori, Ethiopian and Shepherd’s Herb

Coming this Month

  • new krauts and pickles from Pine Street Brine
  • lamb chops, roasts and ground
  • fruit popsicles
  • baked goods from Duck, Duck, Goat Bakery
  • Ariel’s honey infusions


Want to have a special relationship with this land or gift someone else a memorable experience of the farm? Try out our Full Romantic Picnic Basket for two, which includes a delicious local picnic spread plus chocolate and flowers, meant to be enjoyed here on the grounds. Read more…

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