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Windham Farm and Food

Know Your Farmer • Buy Local • Make the Connection
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ALL ITEMS FOOD HOME AND GARDEN PLANTS AND SEEDS ARTISAN WORKS
 

THIS MARKET IS CURRENTLY CLOSED


 
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"We learn from our gardens to deal with the most urgent question of the time:How much is enough?"

Wendell Berry

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Please contact Sara Lovitz at windhamfarmandfood@gmail.com or 802 289 9440 with questions, comments, and inspiration!

TODAY IS: Friday August 22, 2014
DELIVERY OPTIONS
Tue Friday
ORDER BY:    Monday,  August 25, 2014  - 8:00 AM

DELIVERY:        Tuesday,  August 26, 2014,  - by 3 PM

LOCATION:    Tue

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ORDER BY:    Thursday,  August 28, 2014  - 8:00 AM

DELIVERY:        Friday,  August 29, 2014,  - by 3 PM

LOCATION:    Friday

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Paul Harlow with daughter Hannah

Great Fresh Taste Delivered!

Reliable, affordable wholesale delivery DIRECT from our community farms to you!

Windham Farm and Food (WFF) is an AGGREGATION and DELIVERY SERVICE providing easy access to healthy food produced in the Windham County Region.

Check out the Harvest of the Month project. Click here for more info and free marketing and educational materials: Harvest of the Month

WFF farmers collaborate to produce a reliable and affordable inventory with convenient ordering and billing. Farms post their products here and sell directly to kitchens, and WFF delivers to their door.

Our Mission - Windham Farm and Food is working to make healthy foods from local farms accessible and affordable to all within our community.   By growing and diversifying local agricultural markets, and facilitating direct farm to institutional sales, we also strive to increase the opportunities and profitability for farmers in our community.

Our Markets - Primarily, WFF delivers from over 15 farms to over 35 non-profit Institutions in the Windham Area, such as the Brattleboro and Bellows Falls Public Schools.  Because these schools serve lunch to all, including free and reduced price lunch to over half of their students, lower income eaters can enjoy healthy local food that would otherwise be too expensive.

Our History - WFF was piloted by Hans Estrin and Harlow Farms in the fall of 2009, and coordinated with assistance from UVM Extension since Spring 2010. Post Oil Solutions provided support in 2012, leading up to WFF's launch as a mission-driven LLC in 2013. With tremendous growth and ever increasing interest, along with the support of founding members who have purchased shares in the operation, WFF aims for financial sustainability in 2013 and beyond.

All Food

All Plants

All Home and Garden

All Artisan Works

Amending the Soil

Baked Goods

Beverages

Clothing

Dairy

Eggs

Fruits and Berries

Grain Products

Herbs

Meat

Other Food

Poultry

Prepared Foods

Sweet Stuff

Vegetable Starts

Vegetables