Dandelion Farm is a vegetable and fruit farm located in Westford. We provide fresh, locally-grown food to the surrounding community through our farm stand, CSA shares, and local markets. We grow a wide variety of crops to provide our neighbors with seasonal favorites as well a few exotic new flavors. As part of our commitment to the land, we implement regenerative agriculture practices in an effort to sequester carbon and foster soil microbiology.
Dandelion Farm is run by Amanda Adams and Mike Bickley. After graduating from UVM, we lived and worked in Boston where we nurtured a passion for growing food in a friend’s urban garden. While continuing to work in our respective fields, Microbiology and Public Media, we cultivated food in an unlikely little plot in Jamaica Plain. A season of city-grown vegetables and culinary experimentation later, we decided to return to Vermont and go pro. In the spring of 2020 we came to Amanda’s family's home, Adams Turkey Farm, to form Dandelion Farm.
Part of the Solution
We are proud to contribute to Vermont’s thriving local food economy. We believe that small scale farms and the communities that support them are crucial to the preservation of the planet. As stewards of the local environment, we strive to offer our neighbors a connection to their food and the land in which it is grown.