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.
Our new book, A Man Apart: Bill Coperthwaite's Radical Experiment in Living is now published! It is part memoir, 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.
Available now: Support your local bookstore, find an independent bookseller
through indiebound or order from the publisher chelseagreen.com.
Sheep Farm Apprenticeships
We are currently looking for farm apprentices for the 2015 season. Our 3-month apprenticeship includes housing and a modest wage in exchange for a deep hands-on learning experience with raising sheep in a grass-fed system and running a PYO blueberry operation. Read more.
Our lambing begins in late March - we expect to have around 45 lambs from 6 different sires. We are now taking deposits on 2015 purebred Icelandic lambs.
From the Farm Store
We have frozen certified organic blueberries for sale at the farm and at holiday markets this winter. Hand-picked heirloom berries of premium quality. $6.95/lb organic.
Order for pick-up
Icelandic lamb is very mild and tender - a whole new world if you grew up thinking you didn't like lamb! We also sell three kinds of artisanal lamb sausage with organic spices from the Teeny Tiny Spice Company. Order for pick-up