S. Royalton, VT

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Hurricane Flats is a diversified organic family farm located on 37 beautiful acres nestled along the banks of the White River in South Royalton, Vermont.  Founded by Geo and Sharon, the farm's name is borrowed from the annals of town history and stems from persistent spring winds that whip through the valley. From dairy farm, to cornfields, to airstrip, to U.S. Army CRREL site, the land itself has undergone various incarnations throughout the years. To preserve its role in the working landscape we conserved the land through the Upper Valley Land Trust and restored the riparian buffers along the White River with the help of the White River Partnership.

The farm began very small - just under an acre of freshly turned ground. Slowly and surely the farm grew to its current size. They now have about 15 acres in cultivation each growing season, operate three greenhouses, and grow a mix of about 50 different fruits, vegetables, herbs, berries, and popcorn. Additionally, they make hay from 30 acres sprinkled between our back fields and a handful of neighboring farms. At various times over the years they've boarded horses and raised beef, chicken and goats. For now, though, they're focused on continuing to grow great quality organic produce at a reasonable price.