The Rockville Market Farm is a family effort from Eric and Keenann Rozendaal. Located in the beautiful hills of Starksboro, Vermont, the family owns 108 acres of preserved land, and while they purchased the farm in 2000, the fields have been farmed for hundreds of years. It’s fascinating to think that the farm began in a time when trees were cleared by hand and massive boulders had to be moved and used to build perimeter stone walls.
Their individual contribution to the land today is evolving quickly as they creatively explore sustainable agriculture. Some of the highlights include a planned expansion of "Eric's Eggs," their "poultry in motion," the addition of several large markets, and a growing CSA.