Cover your gardens with compost this fall!

This season has produced the richest and most nutrient packed compost we have ever harvested! And now is the best time to introduce compost to your garden. Covering your gardens in the fall allows micro-nutrients and beneficial organisms to rejuvenate your soil over the long winter season. We collect all the materials in our compost from… Read more

Job Opening at Grow! (July 2017)

Food Scrap Collection Driver Grow Compost of Vermont is seeking a Route Driver for our food scrap hauling program. This is an opportunity to be on the front lines of achieving waste diversion. We’re looking for somebody who is passionate about reducing waste and willing to do a dirty job. Driving experience is a must,… Read more

Grow Compost 2017 Spring Season Hours

Grow Compost is now open Monday – Saturday 8:00 am – 4:00 pm or by appointment. Come get soils from our organics bar, bulk products, or pick up seeds, bagged soils, and raised beds at our retail store. Our compost bar is open all daylight hours. We have plenty of farm fresh eggs for sale… Read more

Time to order your Grow Compost soils for 2017!

Planning your garden this summer? Order your compost or soil blends from Grow Compost. View our soil compost products webpage to decide which products fit your needs. Not sure how much compost to buy? Use our compost calculator to calculate. 2017 Price List UPDATE Delivery fees: $20/order plus $4.00/loaded mile (one way travel to delivery… Read more

Grow Compost’s Spring 2017 Pre-Season Sale

  Order your spring, certified-organic compost and soil before March 4, 2017 and receive 10% off of every cubic yard purchased. Check out the 2017 Pre-Season Sale (prices and product description) Reserve your spring soil by filling our our Pre-Season Sale Order  form, emailing Lisa:, or calling us at 802-882-8154. Limit: 100 cubic yards: Delivery not included…. Read more

Fall 2016 Compost is ready to pick up!

Grow Compost is ready for your fall garden – cured, screened and ready to pick up. Stop in to Grow Compost and pick up a scoop, a bag or a truck load. Open 10-6 Monday-Friday or anytime by appointment. Call or email to schedule a delivery.   Read more

What’s Sprouting at Grow??

Grow Compost emerged on our farm to build healthy, local, organic soil for the health of our own farm and the gardens and verdant spaces in our community. We never dreamed that our vision would align with public policy in Vermont that begins to understand our left-over food as a resource for our community. Vermont… Read more

The Farm!!

Visit the Farm at Grow to pick up your organic seedlings, fruit trees, annuals, hanging baskets and everything you need to start your organic garden this year. Also stop in at the Farmstand.  Beginning this spring, you can find eggs, greens, pork, chicken and beef as well as some special offerings such as berries and… Read more

Happy New Year! Commercial Food Scrap Recovery

Grow Compost is excited to begin 2015 by offering commercial food scrap recovery for businesses, schools and resorts throughout Central Vermont.  We make it easy! Our services include evaluating your organizations particular needs and developing a food scrap recovery system that works for you.  We offer training to your staff and all of the materials… Read more

Rain Garden

Our new rain garden is nearing completion. With only a few more plants and an edging border needed, this rain garden will process a large portion of the storm water moving across the impermeable landscape. Using the Vermont Rain Garden Manual, we calculated the appropriate size and placement of the rain garden and once our… Read more

Dog Days of Summer

July 11 – July 14 These are the dog days of summer! We are taking a long weekend to play and rest. We will not be available for bulk sales between Friday, July 11 and Monday, July 14. Feel free to visit the Organics Bar anytime. Enjoy! Lisa and Scott Read more

Rise & Shine: Seedlings Emerge

See What’s Growing in the Greenhouse! Our kitchen garden may be covered in snow, but we are watching seedlings come to life in our newly-erected Freedom Greenhouse. Our hope is that between this structure and a large high tunnel greenhouse coming later this summer, we will be farming year-round at Grow Compost. It is so… Read more