A Family Farm in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom
Over 34 years ago Bob and Sara Schlosser were married in an empty field that is now Sandiwood Farm. With mountain views, breathtaking sunsets and scenic moonrises, they knew this was the place they would start their home, farm and family. They began building — tilling and cover cropping, planting, and maple sugaring our 80 acres. The farm is named after their two children, Sandi and Kyle Woodrow.
Plants, Produce & CSA
Growing is our passion and vegetables have always been the core of our farm. Learn more about our plants, flowers and non-commital CSA
Artisan Maple Syrup
Produce & Plants
We are proud, responsible stewards of the land, practicing regenerative practices and growing without chemicals to keep our family and community fed with nutritious produce while keeping our farm land open and productive.
Our vegetables, plants, flowers and herbs are available through our weekly CSA, by wholesale for chefs & local restaurants, or directly from our farm stand on site. We offer a wide array of seasonal produce, herbs, and flowers, cbd hemp & cannabis as well as seedlings during May and June.
Sandiwood Farm is a pioneer of farm-to-fork dinners, serving gourmet food in the rolling green hills of Vermont since 2009. Dine in our one-of-a-kind greenhouse, surrounded by the same fresh produce that goes into your meal. Our picturesque farm is also available to rent for wedding ceremonies, reception dinners, and other special occasions. A large open field, 30′ x 75′ event space, thriving gardens, and friendly staff create a stunning atmosphere for your private party.
Our 80 acre farm is the perfect location for rehearsal dinners, wedding parties, ceremonies, receptions, and elopements. Your special day will be nothing short of remarkable.
Farm to Fork Dinners
11 JUL 2021
Farm to Ballet Project
The Farm to Ballet Project is an original ballet about a farm through the seasons. Dancing vegetables, animals, and the seasons themselves come to life through dance in a joyful and entertaining show. The show explores the relationship between farmers and land, natural food cycles, and the human role in ecosystems. This is a family friendly event and we encourage purchasing tickets in advance.
Stay on the Farm
Spend the night in the northern countryside with one-of-a-kind moonrises and sunsets from our 80 acre farm. We are located in a rich agricultural and recreational area. Many Vermont landmarks & breweries are located nearby including Hill Farmstead, The Alchemist, Lost Nation, Rock Art and many more. We are honored to be stewards for this land and want to share its beauty with you!
Cal Creative Photography, Sarah Salvas Films, Meg Haley Photo, Tasha Wallis, Lorin Anderberg