Thanksgiving Farmer’s Market at the Round Barn-Sunday, 11/23 from 10-2pm

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Join us for the annual, vendor packed, festive Thanksgiving Farmer’s Market at the Round Barn in Waitsfield. It’s next Sunday, November 23rd from 10-2pm.

potatoesdaveFarmer Dave will be there with these organic potatoes as well as organic winter squash, fresh greens, frozen blueberries, and NEW THIS YEARpasture raised, organic pork that he raised himself.

Amy will have her popular New England Fire Cider to help you keep those germs at bay.

Enjoy local organic and natural foods for sale for your Holiday table, yummy foods to munch while you shop, live music with Keith Leon and Susan Picking, and beautiful holiday gifts for your friends and loved ones.

This event always delivers with great food and gifts, community spirit and a festive environment no matter what it’s doing outside. Parking and admission are free.


Here are this year’s (some new folks since last year) wonderful vendors:

Main Farms:
Hartshorn Farm- organic veggies, maple syrup, New England Fire Cider, and organic pasture raised pork
Gaylord Farm- assorted veggies and frozen meat
Kingsbury Farm-veggies, pickled products, hot sauce, and dried beans
Food & Gifts:
Woods Edge Pesto
Three Springs Farm-herbal medicines
Ploughgate Farm- butter, buttermilk, and carmel
Sweet Rowen Farmstead-milk and cheese
Lightfoot Farm-herbs, teas, jams, dried flowers
Sunshine Valley Farm-honey, jam, syrup, coffee
The Frozen Butcher-grass fed beef, pasture fed pork
Starbird Fish- Smoked, fresh and frozen wild Alaskan Salmon
Three Shepherd’s Cheese-cheese and mushroom products
Knoll Farm- pasture raised lamb, frozen blueberries, wooden spoons and cheese boards
Gib Geiger’s honey
Farmer Sue-pickled peppers, tomatillos, herbs, hot sauces, etc.
Vermont Peanut Butter
Quayl’s Chocolates
Mad River Distillers
Gizmo’s Pickled Plus-large assortment of pickles, jams, pies, quiche and cakes
Marsh Hollow- delicious jams, jellies, and pumpkin butter
Prepared Foods:
Chef Charlie Menards fabulous food creations to munch
Gracie’s tamales
More Gifts:
Vert Mont Perfumery- 5 fragrances, body sprays, and creams created from pure essential oils
Green Village Soap
Vermont Claymobile-functional ceramics
Green Sylk Soap Co.
Green Mountain Glassworks-blown glass housewares

Questions? Call me on the farm phone at 496-3081.


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Homemade Buttermilk Donuts and Fresh Pressed Apple Cider- Sunday, 9/24 from 1-4

Homemade buttermilk donuts (with cinnamon sugar, chocolate and vanilla frosting options) tomorrow, Sunday from 1-4pm (while supplies last…) And, fresh pressed apple cider too.

Get your Fall decorating items: pumpkins, mums, corn stalks, and gourds, as well as your organic veggies, including winter squashes and apples.

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“Pick Your Own” Organic Blueberries Starts Today, 7/26!

Big, beautiful blueberries are ready for the picking!

Pick your own pints are $3.50 and Quarts are $7.

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Pizza Dinner at the Farm on Friday, July 25th at 6pm

20140715_092948 (2)Have you been curious about who all those women are that you’ve seen at the farm for the past 3 weeks as you’ve driven by or shopped at the farm stand?
Come meet them, our workshop presenters and mindfulness teachers, during our pizza dinner on Friday, July 25th at 6 pm at the farm. It’s a celebration of the completion of our 4 week pilot program, and also a fundraiser. (Appetizers, salad, flatbread pizza from our pizza oven, dessert and beverages).
Find out about all of the learning, healing, growing, connecting and blooming we’ve been doing.
You’ll be serenaded by Joy Worland’s wonderful 5 piece brass band.
Adam Greshin and Maxine Grad and Jenny Nelson, a representative from Bernie Sanders office, are coming. Senator Leahy, Congressman Welch and Governor Shumlin have been invited.
Tickets can be purchased here:
You can preview a little of what we’ve been up to here:
Questions? Email me. Hope to see you there.

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Strawberry Season is Over and Blueberries Are Coming Soon!

Stay tuned…

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Last Day of Pick Your Own Strawberries, 2-5pm, While Supplies Last…

Today- Saturday, July 5th from 2-5 is the last day for pick your own strawberries.

If you are coming from outside of the local area, please arrive at 2. We cannot guarantee that there will be berries when you arrive as we’ve been getting a lot of calls today. That’s true even for local folks.



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Pick Your Own Strawberries today-Friday from 1-5!

Good news…it’s a Pick Your Own Strawberry day from 1-5pm. And, again tomorrow, Saturday from 2-5.



Quarts are $5 and pints are $3. (Already picked are $7 per quart and $4 per pint).

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