Myers Produce

From Vermont to NYC & Boston


All of our growers are located in Vermont, Massachusetts, Maine, and New Hampshire.  Their names and locations are listed below.   All of these farmers are either certified organic or use sustainable production methods, unless otherwise noted.  These farmers are the reason we do what we do!  By supporting their work, we are supporting each of their local communities, and keeping our region in agriculture.


Allen Bros Farm - Westminster

Burnt Rock Farm - Huntington

Champlain Orchards - Shoreham (Eco / IPM)

Chappelle's VT Potatoes - Williamstown (not organic)

Dog River Farm - Berlin

Flywheel Farm - Woodbury

Green Mountain Orchards - Putney (IPM)

Harlow Farm - Westminster

High Meadows Farm - Putney

Jericho Settlers Farm - Jericho

Kettle Song Farm - Worcester

Long Wind Farm - Thetford

Maple Wind Farm - Huntington

Old Athens Farm - Putney

Pete's Greens - Craftsbury

Scott Farm - Dummerston (ecologically grown)

Square Deal Farm - Hardwick, VT

Talbert's Maple Farm - Cabot (not organic)

Tangletown Farm - West Glover (not organic)

Twin Ponds Herb Farm - Brookfield


Atlas Farm - Deerfield

Book & Plow Farm - Amherst

Carr's Ciderhouse - Hadley (IPM)

Enterprise Farm - South Deerfield

Four Star Farms - Northfield (IPM)

Fungi Ally - North Amherst

Joe Czajkowski - Hadley (not all organic)

Hosta Hill - Housatonic

The Kitchen Garden - Sunderland

King Creek/Queen's Greens -Amherst

Next Barn Over Farm - Hadley

Nourse Farms - Whately (not organic)

Old Friends Farm - Amherst

Real Pickles - Greenfield

Red Fire Farm - Montague

Riverland Farm - Sunderland

Sawmill Farm - Florence

Warner Farm - Sunderland (IPM)

Winter Moon Roots - Hadley

Much of our produce is grown at Pete’s Greens, a four-season organic vegetable farm in Craftsbury, Vermont.  The crew at Pete’s Greens grows hundreds of varieties of vegetables through the Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter, extending the short Vermont growing season with moveable greenhouses, layers of row cover, and crops that grow well in a cold climate.  They produce fresh greens, spinach, and shoots throughout the winter, and harvest enough potatoes, carrots, beets, turnips, celeriac, cabbage, fennel, leeks, and onions to store and sell throughout the year.  Annie Myers worked on the crew at Pete’s Greens for three years before starting Myers Produce in November 2013.

Our goal is to lengthen this list of suppliers over time, connecting more and more Northeast farmers to the markets of New York City and Boston, and increasing the variety and availability of the fresh regionally-grown produce that we offer our urban customers.