Our Farm’s Story

Our small diverse family farm is nestled on a classic 1800’s Vermont hill farm with a ten-acre slope above the West River in the village of South Londonderry, Vermont. It is a sanctuary of rich soil, clean water and vibrant plants.The farm offers agri-tourism, on-farm education programs, medicinal herbs and a PYO raspberry and blueberry patch. Working, learning and growing with our great neighbors, friends and family makes it all worthwhile. Our crop diversity, knowledge and hard work are our strengths. We have a fantastic line of medicinal products available throughout the year.

We have been growing organic heirloom vegetables, culinary and medicinal herbs since 1998. A small flock of gallivanting chickens lay eclectic eggs and help us work the land. We have hosted students of all ages in both the field and barn classrooms. Special events and educational workshops are happening year-round. The gardens produce a bountiful mix of vegetables, herbs, several perennial crops, medicinal herbs, blueberries, raspberries, apples, pears and hops from which we create specialty food products.

Anjali Farms offers education about organic agriculture to the public. We sell our products on line, at the Springfield Food Coop, the Brattleboro Food Coop and Nature’s Market.  We also enjoy working with award winning chefs from local restaurants such as Jeff Scott from West Mountain Inn , Amy Chamberlain from The Perfect Wife and Amy’s on the Road, and Chloe and Wesley Chloe Genovart from SoLo Farm & Table.

Our goal is to raise the highest quality food in harmony with our ecosystem, and to offer it to our community and visitors. See you on the farm sometime!

For more infomation, email Emmett Dunbar at: info@anjalifarm.com