Spring 2016 Updates

3/13     Preseason ordering for the 2016 fall share CSA has started. Discount                     applies until May 15th. Please visit the Hobbit Hole Store to sign up or                 download our order form and contract if you prefer to send a check.                    We will be adding a potato and onion only share to this years CSA                        offerings! 

3/20     Happy Spring! Only a little over a foot of snow and the days are slowly                 looking to to break out of the 30's and into the 40's  

 

 

 

 

              

 

 

 

                           

 

 

       We’re a small family owned and operated farm with locations in Aroostook County, Maine, and Central Mass. We’re dedicated to the propagation and subsistence of classic heirloom varieties.     

       Hobbit Hole was founded on the belief that everyone should have easy access to delicious, wholesome, and completely natural food, without fear of what was sprayed on their food before it arrived to their dinner plate. We firmly believe that good food not only nourishes the body, but it can also help in the healing process of any ailments we encounter in our daily lives.

         We favor the use of heirloom and open pollinating varieties, which have long stood the test of time, in every type of growing condition. We champion varieties which will do just as well in a damp year as they will in a dry, hot summer. They are the varieties your great-grandparents tended to in their kitchen gardens, and the ones which will long outlast hybridized and genetically modified strains.

          We pride ourselves in providing you with the freshest produce you’ll be  proud to serve up to your family and friends, and let them experience the difference that heirlooms' provide, now and in the years to come. Please feel free to send us an email and let us know how we're doing, or if you have any questions or concerns you'd like addressed. We always appreciate feedback.



 

Bridgewater, Maine - Boylston, Massachusetts