Vermont Agriculture Land Access Database:
Available Farm, Land, and Employment Opportunities
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Landowner: Heather Mateja
WATERVILLE, Start Your Own Veggie Farm
Location: Waterville, Lamoille County
Tenure Arrangements Offered:
Partnership with farmer seeking land
Short term lease (1-5 years)
Quality of Land:
It is a hill farm, but tillable. Could be certified Organic, River frontage.
Farm Buildings: We have barn space you could use
Water Resources: lots of water
Equipment: possible use
We have a Grass based Livestock Farm in Waterville, Vermont. We raise Icelandic Sheep, Black Angus, Meat birds and Pigs. Our long term goal is to have a Whole Diet type CSA. We are looking for someone that would like to be a Veggie farmer on our land. We let you use the land, help you with some of the field work, and marketing. You can camp out for the season or build a Tiny house. This would be a good start for a young couple that is working on starting their own farm, but needs some more experience and capitol.