Author Archives: Greg Georgaklis

Greg Georgaklis

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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: Sharing the Abundance!

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The sheep at Bonnieview Farm A couple of times a year, we realize that some of this amazing food from our Partner Farmers is backing up on us – so just like at home when there is too much food in the fridge and pantry – we are inviting our friends to share in the […]

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This Week’s Bounty: Valentine’s Day Stirrings

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The day before yesterday marked the midpoint between the Winter Solstice and the Spring Equinox. Nature is waking up from its sleep – even here in Vermont. The warm weather is not really typical – but what I am referring to are the small signs and changes – I walked out of my house the […]

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This Week’s Bounty: Hearty Foods for Healthy Families

Warming, brothy, and savory meals warm the heart and soul now in deep winter.  Stews, soups, roasts and and roots with their fat and depth really create heat that we need at this time of year to ward off the frigid temperatures as well as the colds and flus that run rampant in the tight […]

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This Week’s Bounty: Deep Winter Abundance

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Here we are in deep winter … and the cupboard is bursting with abundance. Looking back 5 years ago when we were just getting started, our partner farmers were having trouble keeping us stocked with any vegetables. We had carrots, parsnips, and some cabbage in our vegetable section, plus hamburger and apples! Now look at the […]

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This Week’s Bounty: We’ve got the Chops – Pork, that is!

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Growing up in the 60s and 70s I was never a big fan of Pork Chops. They were often dry and tough no matter how well they were cooked. This was due to a lack of fat in these commercially raised confined animals. Pasture raised pork from our partner Snug Valley Farm has changed my […]

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