If you would like new and exciting ways to prepare our fresh produce, please browse our Crossroad Farm Recipe Collection. This collection is constantly growing, so continue to check back now and again.


Would like to learn more about how we get our produce to look and taste so good? Check out our growing philosophy and sustainable farming practices!


Our new NORWICH farmstand, located just south of King Arthur Flour Cafe, is open from 10 am to 6pm daily except Sundays 10am-5 pm, from Mid May through Thanksgiving. The Post Mills Farm Stand is open daily from 9:00 am - 6:00 pm, from the end of April through October and is now closed for the season. The Farm is located in Post Mills, Vermont. Please follow our directions to join us there. Or call us

Post Mills (802) 333-4455

Norwich   (802) 649-2852


Q: What is Community Supported Agriculture?

A: Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) was created as a way for the buying community to become an integral part of the agricultural community by pre-purchasing shares to help with the farmer’s annual start-up and maintenance costs. The direct benefit to the farmer is capital during the “off season”, a time of year when there is no product to sell and no cash flow. Essentially, instead of the bank getting interest on our “loan,” CSA members receive it in the form of fresh healthy produce! The benefits of membership include not only a modest discount on this year’s finest crops; you’ll also be contributing to the sustainability of our farm in the most direct sense. We believe community involvement is part of being sustainable. Our practices, such as hiring local employees, reflect this value. Your participation completes the circle. Together we’re keeping our “green” dollars in the local economy.

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