News & Events
Our fruit nursery is open Sundays from 9 to 5. It's still a great time to plant perennials.
On Farm Workshop July 29th from 5-7. This workshop deals with cover choices and their potential benefits to pollinator populations. The results of a recent Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Grant will be discussed. Flyer.
Our delicious fruit syrups, snow cones, fruit fountain sodas, and fresh seasonal fruit are on sale at the Burlington Farmers Market 8:30 to 2. We are at our usual spot on St. Paul's Street in front of Flatbread.
We hope to see you there!
Organic Fruits and Fine Fruit Products
Check out the "Farm-Ecology" article about The Farm Between in the summer issue of Vermont's Local Banquet.
The Farm Between is nestled in the Northern Green Mountains along the Lamoille River in Jeffersonville, Vermont. On our farm, we work closely with nature by using ecological principles and practices to grow cold hardy organic fruits, fruit nursery plants, and to handcraft our fine fruit products. We believe that ‘Small is Beautiful’ and keep our acreage and markets at a scale where we can still give our personal attention to both the plants we grow, and the small-batch products we make.
Fruit Nursery and Pollinator Sanctuary
We want to share the joy and satisfaction of growing your own fruit at home with our customers. We are now propagating extra fruit plants for sale. Our specialties are all of our many cold hardy fruit varieties in their tree and bush forms. You can see their mature forms at our farm, and we are always happy to share our expertise and experience as organic fruit farmers.
Our apples, black currants, blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, elderberries, aronia, gooseberries, honeyberries, seaberries, saskatoons, … all depend on honeybees and native pollinators to produce a high quality crop. We are committed to maintaining a sanctuary and haven for all of our pollinators by never using toxic pesticides, creating nesting and overwintering habitats for bumblebees, mason, and groundnesting bees, and by planting nectar and pollen producing native trees and shrubs as well as annuals like buckwheat and phacelia cover crops to provide season-long pollen and nectar resources.