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Wellsprings Farm

Mimi Arnstein

Since 2003, we have been growing five acres of high quality certified organic vegetables and flowers on our beautiful farm on the banks of the Winooski River in Marshfield, Vermont. The majority of our produce is sold via community supported agriculture, or CSA. Our enthusiastic CSA members pick up their produce weekly at the farm or in Montpelier from late June to early October. Both small and large shares include an abundance of fresh, organic, seasonal vegetables and fruit direct from our fields. Shares include pick-your-own crops like peas, beans, cherry tomatoes and flowers for a hands-on experience.

Wellspring CSA is perfect for families, city folks seeking a country break, nature freaks and children of all ages. We are now over 130 member families strong and growing! Wellspring Farm is managed by farmer Mimi Arnstein, (Mimi pronounced “Mi-mee”; rhymes with “Jimmy”) who, with a vital staff of apprentices, unsuspecting volunteers and suspecting ones like Mimi’s husband, Parker Nichols, provides local members with quality fresh organic produce.

Wellspring Farm is conveniently located on Route 2 in Marshfield, 13 miles from Montpelier, along the beautiful Winooski River.

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Wellsprings FarmContact Information

Email: You can email Mimi at [email protected]

The farm's mailing address is: 182 Lafirira Place,
Marshfield, VT 05658

The farm telephone number is 802-426-3361.

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Offerings Through

Wellspring Farm provides the Farm-to-Table program with a variety of fresh, organic, vegetables. Including:

Spinach, beet greens, scallions, lettuce, chard, broccoli, peas, tomatoes, cucumbers, corn, melons, peppers, eggplant, cauliflower, onions, carrots, red beets, and a variety of winter squash

Our Farmer Goes to Washington

On April 5-6, 2011 I had the honor of joining other farmers from around the country in Washington, DC. We were invited by the National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition to lobby our legislators to support conservation and programs serving small scale, sustainable farmers. We in Vermont are very lucky to have extremely dedicated representatives on Capitol Hill who are doing their best. While the forces at work felt overwhelming to me (Tea Party demonstrations, threats of government shutdown and the like), I left with a great sense of gratitude that I farm in a supportive, energized community right here in central Vermont.