Knoll Farm is a family farm specializing in purebred registered Icelandic Sheep and Certified Organic pick-your-own Blueberries, in the heart of Vermont's Green Mountains. Beyond growing food, we are a home place to nurture creativity, build community, embolden leadership and live with joy. This is a place of history, community, inspiration and learning. Knoll Farm is also the founding home of the Center for Whole Communities, is conserved by the Vermont Land Trust, and is on the Register of Historic Places.
Office Space at Knoll Farm
We are offering for rent a beautifully renovated office space that's powered by sun and wood and is full of natural light. 3,000 square feet with options for sharing. Reasonably priced. Available now.
Our new book, A Man Apart: Bill Coperthwaite's Radical Experiment in Living is part biography of a man whose life in the Maine woods defined creativity and protest against society, and part beautiful meditation on mentorship and the search for meaning.
To order: We wholeheartedly believe in the small inde bookstores that are still hanging on. But if you can't find our book locally, you can also order it from us, or from the publisher chelseagreen.com.
Blueberries Coming Soon!!
Our farmstand is open with fresh berries and lots more produce and local goods starting July 5. We expect to open for organic blueberry picking either July 10 or July 14th depending on the sun between now and then - please call 496-5685 for updates!
Purebred Icelandic Sheep for sale
We had record numbers of triplets (5 sets) and twins this spring, so there are lots of lambs to choose from. The good news for folks looking to start or expand a flock is that we have too many animals, and are selling many of our best this summer. Link to sales pages.
Summer Workshops and Events
Our calendar is up! Check out our retreats, workshops and food events this summer including spoon carving, mushroom hunting, a feast of the fields and more.