What's in Season


WE AT THE LAST RESORT ARE planning for our next great growing season!

At the Farmstand:  Aquaponic Smoked Trout! Also, Garlic braids, fresh eggs, carrots, beets, delicata & butternut squash, chard, kale, and Pesto, Fresh Jam, and Pickles.


                 Come see Eugenie's ginger presentation at the Nofa winter conference at uvm sunday, feb 14 at 9:30 am


 Sign up for 2016 Farm Shares Anytime



Eugenie's books about farm life, According to Kit and Stray Voltage are available at the farmstand and at bookstores.  

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Last Resort Farm
2246 Tyler Bridge Road Monkton, VT
We Only Sell What We Grow!

the last resort farm family

Certified Organic Produce ~ Proudly Serving Vermont’s Addison & Chittenden Counties!

The Last Resort Farm is a family-owned, certified organic berry, vegetable, and hay operation on Tyler Bridge Road in Monkton, Vermont. There you’ll find strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, currants, and gooseberries. Vegetable specialties start with asparagus in May, include greens, peas, garlic, onions, corn, and tomatoes throughout the summer, and finish the fall growing season with potatoes, beets, squash, and pumpkins.

You can pick-your-own organic strawberries or currants in June and July, stop by the farm stand open year round, or find Last Resort products at area co-ops, small groceries, restaurants, and farmers’ markets.

Purchase The Last Resort Farm Share Cards for your choice of the freshest, most affordable organic produce-- good anytime at the farm stand or at the Bristol and Richmond Farmers' Markets.

Last Resort Farm- Local organic produceOwners Sam Burr and Eugenie Doyle grow for a Buy Localmarket. Almost 100% of Last Resort crops are sold within 20 miles of the farm, making it a source of organic produce and hay for residents of Bristol, Monkton, Lincoln, New Haven, Starksboro and Richmond as well as Charlotte, Hinesburg, Middlebury, Shelburne, Vergennes, and Burlington. WelcomeLocalvores!

Our mission is to contribute to the community's wellbeing by using organic practices to nurture the soil and provide delicious and nutritious food. We take food safety seriously, for the sake of our own health and that of our customers and workers. Come for a visit and see for yourself how carefully we grow and package our produce!