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Welcome To Anjali Farm

Visit For a Pick Your Own Blueberries Adventure

Bring your friends and family to enjoy picking fresh blueberries at Anjali Farm 10 AM-6 PM daily.

For just $3 per pint, you can have all the blueberries you desire for smoothies, treats, and the freezer this winter!

Anjali Farm Offerings

From heirloom seeds, fresh blueberries and raspberries, and the best garlic Vermont can offer!

Get involved–email us or stop by the farm to learn more!

Community on the Farm

farm-tour-anjali-farmWe absolutely love bringing the community onto our Farm to experience where our food comes from through organic agriculture. There are many opportunities for individuals, families, groups and students to have on Anjali Farm.

Here are our most popular community engagement opportunities:

  • Farm To School – Arrange a fieldtrip with your students to our farm
  • Farm Tours – Individuals, families and groups can Contact Us to arrange a tour of our farm
  • Pick Your Own – When the blueberries are in season in July and August, we love to have visitors come to enjoy picking our delicious berries.

We encourage you to Contact Us to make arrangements for field trips, Farm Tours or to Pick Your Own blueberries.

Our Farm's Story

anjali-farm-minOur small diverse family farm is nestled on a classic 1800’s Vermont hill farm with a ten acre slope above the West River in the village of South Londonderry, Vermont. Our community based farm, with agritourism and on farm education as its market niche, is a sanctuary of rich soil, clean water and vibrant plants. Working, learning and growing with our great neighbors, friends and family makes it all worthwhile.
Our crop diversity, knowledge and hard work are our strengths. We have a fantastic mix of products easily available throughout the seasons. All are encouraged To Get Involved …Simply email us or stop by!

We have been growing organic heirloom vegetables, culinary and medicinal herbs since 1998. A small flock of gallivanting chickens lay eclectic eggs and help us work the land. During the growing season, there are many special events on the farm. We also host students of all ages in both the field and barn Classrooms. We host farm tours, special events and workshops. Last season we hosted students from several area pre & grade schools on the farm.

We grow 3 acres of mixed annual vegetables, herbs, several perennial crops: medicinal herbs, blueberries, raspberries, apples, pears and HOPS! There is 4,000 sq. ft. of greenhouse production that expands more than three seasons. We produce specialty food products from our produce, fruits and herbs.

Anjali Farms offers education about organic agriculture to the public, both local and out of state. We sell our products through regional Farmers’ Markets, The Springfield CO-OP and select restaurants, such as, West Mountain Inn, The Perfect Wife Restaurant, SoLo Farm & Table, and Cilantro.

Our goal is to raise the highest quality food in harmony with our ecosystem and offer it to our members, neighbors and visitors. See you on the farm soon!

Peas, Emmett, Lini & Anisha

Farmer Emmett

emmett-and-lini-anjali-farm-lotus-moonAs a pioneer in the development of the alternative food economy in the United States, Emmett Dunbar has worked in agriculture since 1993. After starting his career in the NYC GreenMarkets, he created and managed the Aquidneck Growers’ Market in Newport, RI. Later in Northern California he managed Farmers’ Markets, and finally – came to Vermont in 1998 and has been both farming and educating ever since. He was the first Farmer’s Market Coordinator for the Northeast Organic Farming Association of Vermont (NOFA-VT) from 2000 to 2003 where he helped to create the state wide Vermont Farmers’ Market Association (VFMA).

In addition to being an experienced farmer, Emmet Dunbar is skilled in organizational communications, brand development and promotion, project management, and marketing. He offers these services through his SEED Consults company and will help you and your organization to envision, grow opportunities, and harvest change.

A Note from Farmer Emmett

“While living and working in Southern Vermont as an organic farmer and teacher, I realized sharing my knowledge and experience in sustainable agriculture was paramount. I did not think experiencing all the questions and answers about agriculture from excited students on our farm would be the most inspiring lesson, but it is! Developing educational opportunities and special events for the community, both on and off the farm, has been a crucial component to the growth of our local foodshed and who I am.

During this time of unparalleled growth in local foods, it is exciting to see the farm become an important part of our community. Farming has been an important part of my life and through it I have been creating curriculum that incorporate young students into our Vermont hill side farm operations and daily chores for more than a decade.”
-Emmett Dunbar