About the Farm

The Magic Bean Farm, located in Central Vermont, is owned and operated by Sarah Graves with a little help from her family.  Located on a small plot of land and established in 2015, The Magic Bean Farm grows vegetables, herbs and flowers while working to not only maintain but improve the soil, create habitat for native pollinators and minimize the use of non-renewable resources. The bulk of the farm work is done by hand, with traditional hand tools, a rototiller and a lot of muscle. The goal for this farming model is to provide the community with food from a small grower, build soil and habitat for native, beneficial wildlife and create an atmosphere that encourages exploration, curiosity and learning specifically as it pertains to food independence.

Want to learn more about the farm?  Get in touch!  We'd love to hear from you. 

As the Magic Bean Farm continues to grow we're partnering with local businesses which allows us to offer a greater variety of specialty products.  As a growing local business it seems only fitting to support our peers and in turn, accept their support!  Below you will find a few of our partners, and the venues where you can find our wares!  Do you own or operate a business and want to collaborate with us?  Please contact us and we'll get the ball rolling! 

Find our Pesto and Pickles at  Campo di Vino  in Barre, VT

Find our Pesto and Pickles at Campo di Vino in Barre, VT

Does your Juice bar need Calendula?  Get in touch!

Does your Juice bar need Calendula?  Get in touch!

After Thansgiving you can find our wreaths at  City Market  in Burlington, VT and  Guy's Farm and Yard  in Montpelier, VT

After Thansgiving you can find our wreaths at City Market in Burlington, VT and Guy's Farm and Yard in Montpelier, VT

The Magic Bean Farm not only gets by with a little help from our friends, we thrive from it!  The friends of the farm are folks who have supported us by purchasing punch cards, making donations, or just giving us the boost we need to keep growing our small farm.  Thank you!

Friends of the Farm

Jay and Denise Graves
Stephanie Hainley
Pru and Wayne Sullivan
Faye Conte
Sharon Somers and Mark Treon
 
Farmer in Training, Summer 2015

Farmer in Training, Summer 2015