A discount is available to community, cooperative, school, and neighborhood gardens


To promote gardening, community building, and local food security, we are offering a discount for our Farm-Crafted Compost™ and Topsoil Plus - Raised Bed Mix™ to community, cooperative, school, and neighborhood gardens located in NW Vermont.

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Neighborhood, Community, and School Gardens Supported by Champlain Valley Compost


Burlington High School International Garden

Flynn Elementary School Community Garden

Community Teaching Garden at Ethan Allen Homestead
Community Teaching Garden at Ethan Allen Homestead
The Community Teaching Garden at Ethan Allen Homestead received a fertile boost of Farm-Crafted Compost in the spring of 2008. The garden-based education program is sponsored by Friends of Burlington Gardens. Visit FBGs web site at www.burlingtongardens.org for more information on community, school, and neighborhood gardening in Vermont. Photo used by permission.

East Terrace/Burlington Co-Housing Community Garden

Visiting Nurses Association (VNA) Family Garden at Ethan Allen Homestead
Visiting Nurses Association Garden Visiting Nurses Association Garden
The Visiting Nurses Association (VNA) Family Room garden which is part of the Winooski Valley Park Community Garden at Ethan Allen Homestead in Burlington offers garden-based programming for families with young children from infants to kindergarten age. This garden has benefited from annual applications of Farm-Crafted Compost since at least 2005

Champlain Community Garden
Champlain Community Garden
The Champlain Community garden is one of 11 sites of the Burlington Area Community Garden Program administered by Parks and Recreation. The first season this garden received product from Champlain Valley Compost Co. yielded one of the most prolific harvests the garden had ever seen. For more information about this garden and others around Burlington, please visit www.enjoyburlington.com.

Huntington Community Garden

Ten Stones Cooperative Garden
Ten Stones Garden
Since 1996, annual applications of Farm-Crafted Compost along with cover crops and the judicious use of various rock minerals have ensured an overflowing harvest for 16 families supporting the 1/2 acre Ten Stones Cooperative Garden in Charlotte. Photo courtesy of Meg Berlin.

S. Burlington Community Gardens at the National Gardening Association
South Burlington Community Garden
The S. Burlington Community Gardens at the National Gardening Association flourishes with annual applications of Champlain Valley Compost. Visit NGA’s web site at www.garden.org for more information on community and school gardening. Photo used by permission.

National Gardening Association’s Play and Learn Children’s Garden

National Gardening Association's new Play & Learn Children's Garden comes to life with plant energizing compost from Champlain Valley Compost. Visit NGA’s web site at www.kidsgardening.org for more information on youth and school gardening. Photo used by permission.

Lund Family Center Garden

Orchard Elementary School Garden

Rokeby Museum Heritage aka Mingo's) Garden
The Vermont Master Gardener project at Rokeby Museum in Ferrisburgh is named for Mingo Niles who was a freed African American slave, an outstanding gardener, and a neighbor to the Robinson family of Rokeby Farm in the mid-nineteenth century. To honor Mingo's memory, this demonstration garden contains a variety of heirloom vegetables and herbs and is open to the public from May to October. This garden received a hearty dose of Topsoil Plus in the Spring of 2008. Photo courtesy of Karlene DeVine.

Shelburne Community School Garden