Author Archives: Greg Georgaklis

Greg Georgaklis


Greg has lead a serendipitous life that has guided him through a multitude of coincidences to found Farmers To You of Vermont. Going to college in Vermont, and falling in love with the state; Nearly 30 years of experience in Horticulture, Agriculture, Distribution, and Retail as owner of a large Nursery business in the Boston area; Training in and passion for Biodynamic Agriculture, Holistic systems and models, Extensive service to the Agriculture community of Vermont, New Hampshire and Massachusetts, Marriage to Eva who shares a deep connection to the land and has transformed Greg’s relationship with health and consciously grown food, Three children who always keep the focus on the consequences of our actions on their future.
Greg, and his wife Eva, consider Farmers To You as their contribution and purpose of rebuilding and inventing the models and communities that will assure an abundant and joyful future for all our children.

This Week’s Bounty: Cornucopia of Summer Veggies, Methley Plums and Bratwurst for the Grill

Our Partner Farmers are starting to REALLY harvest vegetables.  Take a few extra minutes and look at the cornucopia that’s available! Jaiel at Kettlesong Farm has Kohlrabi, in addition to her delicious Red Russian Kale and Endive Frisee. Joseph Ferris is a long time crew member here at Farmers To You – and also an […]

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Hunger for Connection and Cool Feasts for Summer Heat

Blue Moon – Corn Moon This Full Moon today is often referred to as a Blue Moon – After reading up on Blue Moons however I found that our modern definition of a Blue Moon differs from tradition. There are usually 12 full moons each calendar year, and 13 every fourth year due to the […]

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This Weeks Bounty: Tilldale Beef, Snug Valley Pork, Plums & Bonnieview Coomersdale Cheese


The heat of summer time is bringing out the golden colors associated with fall in the landscape. Wild parsnip, wheat and grains standing tall in the field just showing hints of gold, ripening fruit on the vine and tree. I was reminded this week of the counterintuitive nature of color by a close friend of […]

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This Week’s Bounty: Blueberries, Strawberry Ice Cream, Onions, Gazpacho and Baby Carrots


What a beautiful week of weather we have had. Cool nights warm sunny days with a little rain. No wonder I have had to chase down all our partner farmers – none of them were inside answering my calls and emails! This week the Summer Bounty is really coming in – please check out these […]

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A Summer Reading List

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We are deep in the process of updating some of the information and functionality of our website and one of the pieces we are working on is a resource list. I was reviewing our list of books articles and films that have supported and triggered our personal journeys to a more satisfying and complete relationship […]

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