Guilford Food Hub

Guilford Food Hub

The Guilford Food Hub is an expansion of the tiny pilot local food buying group we’ve been running since fall 2020. We distribute local produce and products direct from several Guilford farms and from Brattleboro’s Food Connects food hub. Individual orders are placed online (biweekly) a few days ahead, then picked up at the BBCC on Wednesdays. It’s a convenient way for everyone in Guilford to access local food and support our farmers. We accept SNAP/EBT, and offer a pay-what-you-want food shelf on pickup days, too. It’s a lot like an online farmers market! To join the buyer’s waiting list as we expand the program, fill out this form: If you’re interested in selling through the Food Hub, please get in touch.

Little Free Pantries

Neighborhood Roots built two Little Free Pantries in Guilford – one near the corner of Weatherhead Hollow and Guilford Center Road, and another at the Guilford Center Natural Playscape on Carpenter Hill Road. They are open to everyone in our community to take and to share non-perishable food items, personal care items, and fresh summer produce. If you are interested in setting up a new Little Free Pantry in your part of town and would like assistance, email

Community Gardening

Neighborhood Roots wants to empower our community to grow as much food as we can – including in our own backyards and shared spaces. There are a couple of exciting land-based community farming and gardening projects in the works (stay tuned!).

We also organize group Fedco orders for discounts on plants, seeds and growing supplies. Be sure to join our email list to be notified of these opportunities.

Skill Sharing

We organize regular skill-sharing workshops in gardening, food preservation, cooking, and storage. Past workshops include: fruit tree pruning, grafting, Rich Earth Institute’s Urine My Garden workshop, companion planting, and seed saving.

If you’d be willing to share a skill, or if there’s something that you’d like to learn, let us know.

Comfrey Commons

Comfrey Commons is a little community pay-what-you-want plant nursery that specializes in perennial edible and medicinal plants. If you have extra perennials, plant starts, and seeds, drop them off at Comfrey Commons to share with others, too! Half of all proceeds will be donated to local nonprofit groups. We’ll be open for the 2023 season in early May.

Spring & Fall Community Swaps

The spring Plant & Seed Swap and fall Harvest Swap are fun annual community events – for neighbors to exchange seeds and seedlings in the spring, and the fruits of their homestead in the fall. Turn your extras into something new for your garden, trade homemade preserves, baked goods & crafts – connect with neighbors, and have fun!

Be sure to sign up for our email list so you can hear about these events.

Interested in getting involved in any of these projects?

Please get in touch!