About

Dylan Thomas, a puppy we adopted from the Central Vermont Humane Society, yawns while we work on our gardens.

Dylan Thomas, a puppy we adopted from the Central Vermont Humane Society, yawns while we work on our gardens.

Our mission is to create healthy and sustainable food and forest products while providing sanctuary for our animal residents and habitat for our local wildlife. 

Our Farming Methods

At Moksha Farm, we continually strive to think beyond organic. We don't use any methods or amendments that do not align with our values. We avoid mowing most of our meadows so pollinators and other animals can thrive.  We also avoid commonly used "organic" agricultural fertilizers, such as blood meal, which comes from factory farmed animals, and fish meal, which is a by-product of a massive fishing industry that is devastating our oceans.  

OUR Prepared Foods

Our approach to food is guided solely by our commitment to the good health of the mind, the body, and the environment. Our granola and non-dairy yogurt are handcrafted in small batches using only the finest organic ingredients, and our yogurt is made with no fillers or binders.  Our jams, jellies, and chutneys are made using a combination of food grown on our farm or local farms, along with the best ingredients we can find.

Our Forest

Moksha's approximately 55 wooded acres are home to scores of species of birds and animals, including Moose, White-Tail Deer, Fishers, Ruffed Grouse, and Barred Owls. 

Our Farm residents

Our rescued animals are well-fed, well-loved, and bring joy to us and everyone they meet.