About The Farm
Certified organic since 2003.
We are an organic vegetable and berry farm with a farmstand and education center. We have retail greenhouses, an on-site farm kitchen, a coffee shop, and a unique CSA program.
A farm with a social mission
We engage the community to develop and share practices that promote regenerative agriculture, good health, and a resource-rich environment.
A place to make connections
Cedar Circle Farm is a place to learn, to taste and experience new things, and to meet and get to know your community. It’s a place to strengthen your connection to the food you eat and to the people who grow it. It’s a place where your kids – and you! – can ask questions to become more informed. A place where everyone can be involved and be a part of a larger movement to create a better world.
Land with a farming history
Prior to 2001, Robert and Marilyn Stone owned the farm for approximately 22 years. Under their tenure, the farm focused on conventionally grown vegetables, flowers, and strawberries, with both wholesale and retail sales. A farmstand was opened for the latter.
The Stones sold the development rights on the farm to the Vermont Land Trust in 1990. Cedar Circle Farm had been a horse farm and a dairy farm prior to the Stones’ ownership.
Read our land acknowledgment and about the Abenaki Nation’s historical presence on this land here.