Earthkeep Farmcommon at the former Nordic Farm in Charlotte. Courtesy photos.
Vermont Business Magazine Earthkeep Farmcommon is rolling out its first-of-the-season farmer’s market event, “Farm Night at Earthkeep Farmcommon,” on Thursday, June 23, from 4-7 p.m. at 1211 Ethan Allen Highway.
Formerly known as Nordic Nite Out, the event features goods produced sustainably on-site by the Earthkeep Farmers’ Collective. Members of the collective and fellow Vermont food vendors will come together to offer diverse, organic and locally made products every Thursday from 4-7 p.m. from June 23-Oct. 13.
Community members can expect to shop specialty farmstand goods from the producers at Earthkeep.
Earthkeep's Jacob Keszey with organic farm fresh produce.
Listed below are the Earthkeep Farmers’ Collective members and products represented at each event.
● Earthkeep Farmcommon — Organic, farm fresh produce
● Clayton Floral — Fresh cut floral bouquets
● House of Fermentology — Craft beer
● Shrubbly — Prebiotic sparkling drinks
● Slow Fire Bakery — Fresh bread and pastries
● Sweet Sound Aquaculture — Vermont-grown shrimp
● Upstate Elevator CBD —- CBD products
● Culinary Medicine at the University of Vermont Medical Center — Educational pop-up
● VT Malthouse — Learn about the only malt production operation in the state
Each week, Earthkeep will feature two different food trucks that showcase a variety of Vermont's sustainable food vendors including Conscious Eatz, Farmers Market Pizza, Green Mountain Pot Stickers, Gusto Gastro, Jilib Jiblets, Kitsune, Maudite Poutine, Meza, Taco Truck Allstars, Curly Girl Pops, Sisters of Anarchy, and Adams Berry Farm.
For more information about weekly food vendors and activities visit the event tab at earthkeepfarmcommon.com.
Unlike more traditional farmers markets, Earthkeep Farmcommon offers goods that are developed and grown using a nature-positive approach to farming. Members of the Farmers’ Collective practice carbon-negative strategies to demonstrate a sustainable path forward for future farming generations and climate change reversal.
Earthkeep Farmcommon, formerly known as Nordic Farm, is a regenerative agricultural center with an ecosystem congruent with 21st century Vermont values to benefit individuals, community and the planet that is organic, carbon-negative, sustainable, educational and enjoyable.
CHARLOTTE, Vermont (June 16, 2022) — Earthkeep Farmcommon