Amazing Vermont Calendars
2022 Amazing Vermont Calendars showcase local Vermont artists and photographers. In a state as green and gracious as Vermont it's no wonder that the artist community is strong and thriving. Our goal is to share this incredible pool with you, month after month, year after year.
Jonathan Hart, Publisher
Lauren Slayton has enjoyed cooking for over forty years. A baker and caterer, she brings home-cooking to the Saturday indoor markets. Ripton, VT
Champlain Valley Mushrooms
A small mushroom farm specializing in gourmet and medicinal mushrooms. Dedicated to growing fresh mushrooms for all to enjoy. Orwell, VT
Charlie Palmer Woodcrafts
Handmade birdhouses and artisan woodcraft. Aesthetically pleasing and useful, Charlie's birdhouses are perfect for sprucing up your yard or wowing your favorite bird enthusiast. East Middlebury, VT
Dancing Bee Gardens
Dancing Bee Gardens produces: raw honey, comb honey, propolis tincture, bulk beeswax, beeswax candles, honey face mask, and herbal beeswax salve, and shiitake mushrooms. Alice Eckles offers fine art originals as well as note cards from her art and art reproductions. Ross and Alice are authors: Natural Beekeeping and Land of Milk and Honey both by Ross Conrad, and The Literature Preferred by Wild Boar and A Phrase Book for Spiritual Emergencies by Alice Eckles. Alice also makes chapbooks of her poems and stories for sale. Our inventory shifts like the different flowers of the garden that have their time and then pass, with new delights cropping up yearly. Contact us to arrange pick-up
Ross at 802-349-4279 Alice at 802-310-9364 PO Box 443 Middlebury, Vermont
Wendel of EarWings designs and creates earrings from recycled necklaces and bracelets culled from antique and second-hand stores. He repairs bead jewelry; including alterations to exchange earring backs to clip-ons or safeties and to switch bead earrings in or out of hoops and design hoop earrings. Wendel does commissions; accepts old beaded jewelry donations; and makes eyeglass chains and necklace sets. All with the goal to have fun and keep his creations affordable.
Foggy Meadow Produce
Sitting on 160 acres in Vermont’s Champlain Valley, Foggy Meadow produces a wide array of fresh, naturally grown vegetables. We are a 52-week per year producer and are continuing to expand our winter greens production. Foggy Meadow grows fresh produce including carrots, greens, and root vegetables. Benson, VT. To receive our Foggy Meadow Produce Availability and Pricing weekly email, or to pre-order, or for more information call 802.537.4754 or e-mail: email@example.com
Foxglove Farm sits on 70 forested acres at the junction of the Green Mountains and the Champlain Valley of Vermont. Since 2011, our small farm and homestead has offered unique lodging in a fully-equipped log cabin, small-batch maple syrup, fresh-cut flowers and evergreen arrangements , and a wide variety of handcrafted jewelry to travelers and customers from across the world.
Green & Gold
We focus on diversity in our crop choice: we grow over 40 kinds of vegetables, fruits, and herbs. Within those types of crops, we grow over 170 varieties. Having diverse crop and cultivar choices allows us to remain financially viable in case of crop loss, and provides our customers with a more varied and nutritious diet. Sudbury, VT
Green Acre Homestead
As the proprietor of Green Acres Homestead, LLC, Mark Montalban has co-owned a small home on a 1/3 acre lot in the New North End of Burlington, Vermont since 2013 with the intent of redesigning the homestead into a place of sustainable living including growing a varieties of foods. Since then we have produced enough kombucha, kimchee, water kefir, eggs, chicken meat, hard cider, honey mead, gluten free stout, herbal salves and infused oils to avoid needing to purchase these items at the often high market price.
Harwood Farms has everything you need. From farm fresh beef and meats, clean compost, and sun-kissed ripened tomatoes. This season, I will have my butternut squash/tomato sauce in pints and quarts, honey, wild plum jelly, syrup, and maybe some tomato plants. Vergennes, VT
Alden Harwood 802.989.0479 firstname.lastname@example.org
We are a family run farm. We raise Fallow deer, which are native to Europe and Mesopotamia. They are small, spotted deer with palmated antlers (much like a moose). Their meat is fine- grained, tender, and flavorful. Chefs around the world consider Fallow deer to be the premier venison. We raise ours on pasture in the spring, summer, and fall, and on traditionally grown feeds of haylage, whole corn and baled hay in the winter. There are no feed supplements or additives, (but they do have free choice vitamins and minerals). Middlebury, VT
Hank Dimuzio & Rhonda Roberts
Cell (802) 343-8848
International cuisine with a Greek flair, Mediterranean Mix is a popular stop for lunch and dinner items. They serve hot spanakopita, lasagna, moussaka, samosas, eggplant parmesan, baklava, and more. Essex, VT
Orange Cat Soaps
Hand-made goat soaps, wrapped in fabric.
Sharon Kerwin, Cornwall, VT
Quiet Valley Fiber Designs
Quiet Valley Fiber Designs is a Vermont-based company currently offering knitting patterns only. Artisan, Wendy-Ann Durkee, has been designing her own knit, and more recently, crocheted wear. She also designs needle felts, wet felts and quilt patterns. Shoreham, VT
Solar Haven Farm
Solar Haven Farm is a small berry and fruit farm located in Shoreham,
Vermont. We grow blueberries, red raspberries, blackberries,
strawberries, plums, pears and peaches. Besides fruit, we sell value-added gluten-free brownie and cookie bar kits, baked goods and sorbet. Our fruit and specialty products can be purchased directly from the
farm or at the Middlebury Farmers' Market. During this time of COVID-19,
we highly recommend that you take advantage of our pre-buy and local pick-up.
Twin Maple Sugarworks
Twin Maple SugarWorks’ certified organic, pure, Vermont maple syrup is produced on our family-owned and operated sugarbush at the base of Mount Ellen - Don & Jodi Gale
Lincoln, VT 802-453-2785 802-989-3293 email@example.com
Wild Hart Distillery
At Wild Hart we aspire to create classic spirits with daring complexities that make them relevant to your contemporary lifestyle while embodying Vermont; the contemporary, the quirkiness, and the accessibility.
When alcohol is made it comes out in three stages, heads, hearts, and tails and we found it fitting to spin traditional industry terminology into our name. The hearts are what you drink from the production process. Sticking to our Vermont roots we decided to blend the hearts we drink with the red deer, or hart, that can be found in Vermont. The hart is also a nod to our owner’s roots and love of the outdoors which became the foundation of our Aggressively Vermont image, branding, and sense of place. Our spirits are meant to refine daily life the Vermont way; with a strong drink, family, friends, and fierce flavors.
Social media @WildHartGin