Grow Food Everywhere For Everyone

OUR STORY

Edible Brattleboro was founded in 2015. Inspired by a TED Talk and with the support of Post Oil Solutions, several area residents set out to transform spaces in and around town into edible landscapes, planting vegetables and fruits in help-yourself gardens. We hope to inspire our community and neighbors to do the same, and invite you to join us in our mission to Grow Food Everywhere for Everyone.
Learn more about how it all began.

Check Out Our Community Gardens

We have two flagship gardens. One is at the Brattleboro Co-op and the other is at Turning Point Recovery Center. We have six satellite gardens: Green River Terrace, Greet Street School, Oak Grove School, Tri-Park Housing, The Root Social Justice Center, and Maura’s. 

To learn more about our gardens and locations, please visit Our Gardens page.

Great River Terrace
Turning Point Recovery Center
Brattleboro Co-op

Share the Harvest

FREE FRESH LOCAL PRODUCE

Edible Brattleboro offers free food throughout our neighborhood. Learn about our Share the Harvest Farm Stand.

Upcoming Events

SEEDS, PLANT SWAPS, COOKING EXPERIENCES

Visit our Calendar to see what is happening.

Get Involved

GET INVOLVED

Our success depends on a community of volunteers. Join us and help make Brattleboro a better place.