Field Notes

Classes Cancelled This Weekend

We apologize for any inconvenience but all classes scheduled for 8/30 have been cancelled.

Farmstand Hours & U-Pick

At the Farmstand this week:
Friday 1PM-6PM
Saturday 10AM-4PM.

From our own fields at the Farm Stand: Friday (1 PM - 6PM) and Saturday (10 AM - 4 PM) Eggs, Tomatoes (Moskvitch Striped German, Purple Cherokee, Black Trifele, Sungold Cherry), Tomatillo, Husk Cherries, Potatoes (All Blue, Red Norland, Yukon Gold, Russet, Banana Fingerling), Fennel, Carrots, Green Beans, Kale (Lacinato, Winterbor, Red Russian), Collard Greens, Swiss Chard, Herbs (Rosemary, Thyme, Oregano, Chocolate Mint), Onions (Alisa Craig, Redwing, Pontiac), Shallots, Garlic (German Red, Russian Red, Kuty, Music, Sicillian Soft Neck), Eggplant (Nadia, Orient Express, Fairytale), Peppers (Olmpus Bell Pepper, Sullivan Frying, Carmen Frying), Hot Peppers (Hungarian Hot Wax, Jalapeño, Shishito, Ring of Fire), Corn and jams, jellies, honey, maple syrup and more!

At U-Pick this week:
Saturday 10AM-4PM.

Tomatoes, Husk Cherries, Tomatillos and Onions. For some U-Pick items availability is limited: first come first served!

FARM STAND HOURS  : June – November

Friday 1:00pm – 6:00pm

Saturday 10:00am – 4:00pm

Hilltop Hanover Farm is proud to offer fresh, farm-grown produce, seasonal vegetables, herbs, and cut flowers.  Shoppers are encouraged to bring their own bags. This weeks’ vegetables available for purchase are listed on the farm home page.

U-PICK HOURS : July – November

Saturday 10:00am – 4:00pm

During the harvest season, our vegetable fields are open to those hardy individuals who prefer to pick and choose their own vegetables, herbs and flowers from the market garden.  So come pick your own produce in our crop fields, have fun, see how vegetables are grown and talk to our farmers in the field. Shoppers are encouraged to bring their own bags.  Also, please check the website for hours, produce availability, and posted events.  Pick-your-own may only be done under the supervision of our farmer and/or interns in order to prevent crop damage.  First come, first served.


  • Please bring your own bag
  • Dress for the weather
  • Drink plenty of water
  • Watch where you walk & stay in rows as to not compact the soil in plant beds
  • Know your own physical limits
  • Be conscious of how much you want to spend before you harvest
  • No dogs allowed
  • Check yourself for ticks when you’re done
  • Have fun!