It's no secret: Vermont is known for its farms. "Grow local, buy local" is an ideology we live by.
We believe it's important to know where your food comes from. Many farm stands and farmers markets are a thriving example of the movement to support fresh local foods and products. "Farm to plate" is not just a nice idea here, but a way of life.
Stopping by a farm stand or farmers market to pick out groceries that were harvested that day brings you back to a simpler time. It's a welcome change from the big box stores we are so accustomed to. Many of these markets take place outside, from spring to fall, and there are even farmers markets throughout winter (they're just inside, thankfully). This gives you plenty of opportunities to stop in and meet the farmer who grew your food.
Buy fresh fruits, vegetables, meats, and other products directly from farmers who dedicate their lives to the growing season. Visit a farm stand and meet your farmer
Where heirloom tomatoes rest next to hand-made furniture and ethnic foods and fiddlers unite.
All About Apples
Everything you need to know about apples is only a click away. Browse tasty recipes, fun apple games for the kids and even some mythology!
Picking your own apples can be a fun experience for the whole family. DigIn VT provides a map with the statewide U-Pick orchards that are available for you and your family.
Get to Know Your Producer
Visiting a local farm stand or pick your own is a simple, beautiful way to buy your produce.
Shop Farmers Markets
Check out all of the farmers markets that are taking place during your visit. It's an easy way to eat healthy and support local artisans and food producers.
Dig In VT
Enjoy more than 400 Vermont food and farm experiences, including farmers’ markets, farm stands and agri-tourism trails and tours at DigInVT.