We restock the produce daily from the fields and coolers on to the shelves insuring the very freshest produce for our Upper Valley community.  In addition, we have an extensive offering of prepared foods from our onsite kitchen!

Our Route 12A farmstand is the flagship of our farming activities. It opens in June with the advent of strawberry season and offers our own small fruits and vegetables throughout the season. Our closing date usually coincides with the first killing frost, which traditionally occurs around Indigenous Peoples’ Day (mid October). We host periodic dinners, children's educational activities, and other seasonal events through the farmstand.  Connected to our farmstand is the commercial kitchen that takes our excess field production and processes it into salads, pickles, ready to cook vegetarian dinners, simple baked goods, as well as other tasty treats brought forth on a daily basis.  Additionally we offer free range eggs and locally produced honey, dairy, meat, and maple products. Plants and hanging baskets are also found in the attached plant barn which reflects the change of seasons. We are open seven days a week with helpful staff and a good wide selection of food that will make “buying local” effortless and fun.