Riverside Farm is located in East Hardwick, Vermont. We bought the farm in 1989, selling the development rights to Vermont land trust. The farm is 180 acres. 40 acres in vegetables and cover crops, 20 acres in hay and pasture and the rest is wooded. Our family is Bruce and Judy and our two children Chet and Anna -who help out at our stand in the summer. We grow a diverse mix of vegetables and culinary herbs. The farm is certified organic. We are committed to organic farming to cultivate a sustainable farming practice. One that's supportive of the earth, people -working on the farm, people eating the food and the community we live in. “Real food for real people” is Bruce’s favorite saying, A unique tool on our farm is the soil block machine. This European built machine shapes and seeds soil blocks for use in our transplant growing operation. This frees us from using plastic trays and grows a great healthy transplant.
Bruce Kaufman, Judy Jarvis
Certified organic culinary herbs, greenhouse tomatoes, wide variety of vegetables, fall storage crops: potatoes, onions, carrots, beets, turnips & cabbage
Wholesale, farm stand, CSA
In May: call ahead for vegetable and flower transplants.
Farm Stand: July through September, Monday toSaturday, 10 am to 6 pm.
CSA: from mid June through mid October.
DIRECTIONS TO OUR FARM STAND
We are 1 mile up on Route 16 North, off of Route 15 East, between Hardwick and Danville
FOR MORE INFORMATION
please call us at (802) 472-6169 send an E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or write to us:
Bruce and Judy Kaufman
117 Riverside Farm Lane
East Hardwick, VT 05836