Drumlin Farm CooperativeMiles to Market - 95 Located 17 N. First St.
The Drumlin Community Farm Producers’ Cooperative is a multi-cultural group of families and individuals growing organic produce on land just south of Madison. The members are residents of Madison who are committed to producing fresh, healthy, chemical-free food to feed our communities. The goal is to get healthy and affordable food to consumers who traditionally lack access to it, in a way that increases community food security and self-determination. The cooperative provides jobs and training in sustainable agriculture, with a focus on youth and low-income families. The farm is located three miles south of Madison in Fitchburg, where they grow six acres of a variety of popular organic vegetables, as well as some cultural foods popular to African-American, Mexican and African communities. They grow many heirloom varieties of vegetables and save many of the seeds, including heirloom corn and beans. They use their heirloom corn to prepare healthy traditional food such as handmade tortillas and tamales traditional to Mexico and West African and African-American specialty foods. They also operate a licensed processing kitchen, making local salsas, pasta sauces and other value-added products. You’ll find several varieties of Drumlin salsa at your favorite Outpost.