Earthmuffins Island Herbals

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Laurie Orton Johnson
3711 Lakeview Dr. North Hero, Vt. 05474

Where to find Products: Champlain Island Farmers Market on Saturdays, & you can shop for products on our online webstore.

Offerings: Handcrafted Herbal Soaps, Island Time Teas, Aromatherapy & Island Lights soy candles. We use whole herbs fresh grown for our teas & tinctures, and we source local honey, sunflower oil & raspberries & maple syrup from Island farms including Darby Farm, Canamak Farm, Blue Heron Farm, and Thistle Meadow Farm.

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Sandy Bottom Farm

Patrick Helman and Mary Catherine Graziano
2468 Main St. Isle La Motte, VT 05463

Retail Outlet: Farm stand open daily, late May - October 8 am - 6 pm

Where Else to Find Products: Champlain Islands Farmers' Market, Milton Farmers’ Market, Old North End Farmers’ Market.

Offerings: We are a small fruit, vegetable and herb farm located right on Isle La Motte's Main Street. We grow our produce using environmentally responsible methods--with solar electricity, natural pest management practices, and without the use of chemical fertilizers.

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Allenholm Farm

Ray & Pam Allen
110-111 South Street, South Hero

Retail Outlet: Open daily, late May-Dec 24, 9am-5pm

Where Else to Find Products: Grand Isle Lake House, Shore Acres, Wally’s Place

Offerings: Vermont’s oldest commercial apple orchard, Allenholm Farm, is a diversified farm offering wholesale, retail, and pick-your-own apples. Shipping available. Also offering homemade pies, small fruits (raspberries, tart cherries, pears, blueberries), farm store, farm- yard, petting paddock, tours, and bike rentals. Enjoy their famous Maple Creemees all summer! 

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Arbor Farmstead

Alisha Utter & Kyle Bowley
3 Faywood Road, Grand Isle

Where to find products: Champlain Islands Farmers' Market, email for special orders. 

Farm-based products and woodcrafts are available on our online store:

Offerings: Arbor Farmstead is a diversified farm specializing in fruit production (e.g., aronia, cherries, currants, elderberries, gooseberries, raspberries, rhubarb, strawberries). The land is agroecologically managed using regenerative practices and is in the process of gaining Organic certification. The Farmstead is co-owned and operated by Alisha Utter and Kyle Bowley and home to their businesses, Sweetbranch Syrups and K. Bowley Woodcraft, respectfully. Sweetbranch Syrups are made using Vermont-grown fruits and organic sweeteners; snow cones, sodas, and teas are available seasonally at the Champlain Islands Farmers' Market and Burlington Farmers' Market. K. Bowley Woodcraft's workshop is based on the Farmstead. Kyle uses a mix of modern and historic methods and specializes in shaker-style furniture, homewares (i.e. serving boards, utensils, bowls, and shelves) and native pollinator/bat houses. One-of-a-kind pieces are available at local farmers' markets or by special order. We look forward to being your local fruit farmer and craftsman!

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Blue Heron Farm

Christine Bourque & Adam Farris
Quaker Road, Grand Isle

Retail Outlet: Open daily, May-December, dawn-dusk. Jan - April please call 

Where Else to Find Products: Champlain Islands Farmers’ Market, local natural food stores and restaurants

Offerings: We are a small, diversified, certified organic, conserved farm that produces vegetables, flowers, herbs, hay, eggs, chicken, lamb, wool, yarn, pastured pork, grassfed beef, and raw milk for our family & community. CSA shares available. Farm tours and school groups welcome. 

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Eggs and sweet salad turnips from Blue Heron Farm

Eggs and sweet salad turnips from Blue Heron Farm

Farmer Christine Bourque shows offerings to a customer at the Champlain Islands Farmers' Market

Farmer Christine Bourque shows offerings to a customer at the Champlain Islands Farmers' Market

Darby Farm

Darby Farm

Heather Darby & Ron Hermann
518 N. Main Street, Alburg

Retail Outlet: Open daily, May-Oct, 10am-7pm

Where Else to Find Products: Champlain Islands Farmers’ Market

Offerings: For over 200 years, the Darby Farm has provided farm fresh products to the Islands. Heather & Ron are continuing this family tradition by offering the community a wide range of organic vegetables and berries produced in harmony with the land. Please visit our family farm and support Vermont’s farm families. 

Sunflower oil produced from the sunflowers grown at Darby Farm

Sunflower oil produced from the sunflowers grown at Darby Farm

Strawberries in the field at Darby Farm

Strawberries in the field at Darby Farm

Hackett’s Orchard

Celia & Ron Hackett
86 South Street, South Hero

Retail Outlet: Open daily, April-December, 8am-6pm

Where Else to Find Products: Keeler’s Bay Variety, Dick Mazza’s General Store (Colchester). Shipping available.

Offerings: Hackett’s Orchard is a fruit & vegetable farm and bakery, owned & operated by the Hackett family since 1967. The land has been farmed as an orchard since 1900. The farm has 50 acres. We grow apples, other tree fruits, small fruits, vegetables, and hay. We have pick-your-own in season, and a picnic & play area. We make fresh cider doughnuts and apple crisp daily in season. We also sell maple syrup harvested from Milton that we can ourselves.

Spring bloom in the orchard

Spring bloom in the orchard

Fall apple harvest at Hackett's Orchard

Fall apple harvest at Hackett's Orchard

Hall’s Orchard

Allen Hall
4461 Main Street, Isle la Motte   

Retail Outlet: open daily, May-February, 8am-5pm

Where Else to Find Products: Hall Home Place, Apple Farm Market, On-the-Run Market, Harborside Harvest Market, Hero’s Welcome, Hudack’s Farm Stand (St. Albans), Green Mountain Farm Market. Orders by Phone: Shipping available.

Offerings: Family run apple and pear orchard. We make our own sweet cider and cider doughnuts, and have a cold storage facility and fruit stand on site. Retail, wholesale, and Pick-Your-Own operation. We also have pumpkins, squash, local honey, and maple syrup. 

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Island Blueberries

Steven & Kathleen Vandevord
63 Adams School Road, Grand Isle

Retail Outlet: U-pick open July-August, call for hours. Call ahead to order picked pints or quarts

Offerings: We offer five varieties of high bush blueberries for u-pick. We use organic practices on our farm. We are small and get picked out quickly, call ahead for times and days we will be open. You are welcome to bring your own container.

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Pomykala Farm

Jane, Bob & Ben Pomykala
197 East Shore North, Grand Isle

Retail Outlet: Open daily, May-October, 8am-dusk

Where Else to Find Products: Champlain Islands Farmers’ Market, Grand Isle Lake House, North Hero House, Shore Acres Restaurant, Café at the Gallery, Wally's Place: Bagels & Deli, Burlington Farmers’ Market, City Market (Burlington), Parkway Diner (South Burlington), Penny Cluse Cafe (Burlington), Hen of the Wood (Burlington), Butch & Babe's (Burlington), Barrio Bakery (Burlington), Misery Loves Co. (Winooski), Stone Soup(Burlington), Camp Abnaki, Camp Hochelega. Shipping available for wholesale deliveries.

Offerings: Farm stand with vegetables, fruits, herbs, and flowers in season. Pick-your-own strawberry field opens in June, call for updates. 

"We have been growing and selling fresh vegetables for the past 30 years in Grand Isle County. We are thankful for the bountiful harvest, the good soil, the lake effect, and the energy and dedication of our faithful employees. We love the land and the friendly spirit of residents of the Islands and visitors from afar." - Jane Pomykala


Savage Gardens, LLC

Hugo & Amanda Gervais
303 Savage Point Road, North Hero

Retail Outlet: Open daily, year-round, dawn-dusk

Where Else to Find Products: A&B Beverage, Champlain Islands Farmers’ Market, Hero’s Welcome, North Hero House, Shore Acres, Wally’s Place, City Market (Burlington), UVM Medical Center Farmers’ Market, Hannaford Supermarkets (Burlington, Essex, Milton, S. Burlington, Swanton & Williston), Healthy Living (S. Burlington), Misery Loves Company (Winooski).

Offerings: Local market garden providing fresh organic vegetables, free-range eggs, chicken, cut flower bouquets, wedding flower arrangements, and value-added products including pickles, dilly beans, salsa & dressings. Pre-buy CSA shares available online. Farm tours by appointment. Flatbread Fridays are scheduled for several Fridays this summer at the Historic Barn at Savage Gardens. Follow us on Facebook for dates and times!

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