About

Our Story

Comprised of 100 acres of open fields and mixed woodlands, Hope’s Edge Farm is located in Northwest Hope. Historically this land was home to three generations of the Morse family who, up until the mid 1980’s, ran one of the preeminent dairy farms in the region. In 1997 Holly Miller purchased the land and soon recognized that it needed more attention than she was able to give. In 2002 she invited Tom Griffin to lease some of the land and buildings in order to make it once again a working farm. This agreement marked the birth of Hope’s Edge CSA. 

Although not certified organic, we at Hope’s Edge Farm are committed to non-chemical farming methods. In addition Tom has over 20 years experience using Biodynamic practices. We pledge that no agricultural chemicals have been used on this land since 1997.

Community Supported Agriculture

This year we will be offering a limited number of CSA shares. Our CSA is a great way to get a better price on your vegetables by paying upfront, while also providing predictable support for the farm at the start of the season. You’ll get a wide variety of vegetables, fruits, and herbs each week when you visit the farm to pick up your pre-packed bag.

Our CSA season runs for 18 weeks beginning the third week of June and ending the third week of October. Visit our CSA page for more detailed information or to sign-up for a share!

The Farm Stand

Our farm stand typically opens the third week of June and closes for the season at the end of October. This is a great option for those who prefer to hand select their vegetables or who aren’t able to commit to a weekly pick-up. Check out our Farm Stand page for more information and seasonal hours.