True Love Farm provides vegetables, blueberries, flowers and ginger to the Southern Vermont region. You will find us at the Bennington, Manchester and Dorset Farmers' Markets in season (four times per week, May through October), and at Bennington's twice-a-month Winter Farmers' markets.

We offer a non-traditional CSA program, where customers pre-purchase vouchers which can used at any time at our booth at the farmers' markets. We additionally offer a weekly share pickup program (traditional CSA ) from mid-October through December, with bulk boxes available in January and February. CSA members additionally have the opportunity to visit the farm, picnic on the hill, lend a hand and take advantage of occasional pick-your-own extravaganza's that might include a dip in the pond.

While we are not certified organic, we grow almost entirely under organic standards and in many ways exceed them with our commitment to sustainability. Our aim is to build great soil, resulting in nutrient dense, highly flavorful vegetables. We do not use synthetic inputs or sprays.

Listing last updated on Oct 14, 2015


Featuring the freshest of glorious greens, blueberries, heirloom tomatoes and eggplants, hot peppers and root vegetables. We also offer eggs from our small flock of free range laying hens, pasture-raised meat chickens, baby ginger and a range of cut flowers.


Season:  May through February

Type:  single farm

Since:  2003

# of Shares:  100

Share Prices:  Various packages available.

Work Req?  No


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Schedule and Location:

Bennington Farmers' Market Saturday 10 -1 (May 1 to Oct 31) INDOORS every other week Nov through April
Manchester Farmers' Market Thursday 3 - 6 May 20 to Oct 8
Dorset Farmers' Market, Sunday 10 - 2 May 10 to October 11



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These folks are not prone to boast, but I will say that they are at the cutting edge of how to grow nutrient dense foods, heal the soil, and use intelligent systems that are not resource intensive but which significantly extend the growing season in our cold northern climate.... [more]

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