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‘Tis the season—to turn your homegrown produce into sumptuous holiday meals! What will you make this year? Our goal is to delight and inspire your holiday cookery with a Local Feast giveaway including: a beautiful covered casserole dish, for baking … Continue reading
“If you want to be happy for a lifetime, plant a garden.” ~ Chinese proverb Inspire a loved one to plant their first seeds, support a gardening addiction or deck out the green thumbs in your life with organic goodies. … Continue reading
Much the way innovations in horse-drawn technology ended with the invention of the tractor, innovations in open-pollinated (OP) breeding nearly ceased with the arrival of hybrids. Finally, however, the trend is starting to wane, and a select group of independent … Continue reading
Spoiler alert! Our 2016 catalog will be arriving in mailboxes soon, but we just couldn’t wait to share some of the great new features for this year. Read on if you’d like a sneak peek of what’s inside… The Paper … Continue reading
When the weather turns cooler and the farm and garden chores begin to ease up here in northern VT, our thoughts turn to stashing the harvest for winter meals. We want you to eat local year-round, too, wherever you live … Continue reading
Come say hello! Once again we’ll be sending our friendly Sales folks to conferences and tradeshows all over the country this fall and winter. We attend a wide variety of shows each year, from Organic Association conferences to Wholesale tradeshows, … Continue reading
There is no us without you. It’s the same idea as a CSA – you help us with our upfront costs, and we help you save money. Because however you slice it, the truth is that we couldn’t do what … Continue reading
As gardening grows in popularity, people are figuring out all sorts of clever ways to get their homegrown vegetables to keep through the winter. Now that root cellars have become a rarity, many companies offer a range of storage tools … Continue reading
This month we’re delighted to be giving away every garlic lover’s dream: a beautiful handmade garlic grater by local artist Marghie Seymour of GrateGarlic (so you can eat all the garlic you like and never have to mince again!) a … Continue reading
Garlic is a wonderfully easy and rewarding crop to grow. It’s incredibly versatile in the kitchen, has great health properties and can propagate itself for years to come. There are, however, a few tricks that will help ensure success – … Continue reading