Your Northeast Neighborhood Organic Food Cooperative
616 Local Organic Farms
Where are you if you want to be the first person in the U.S. to see the sunrise? Cadillac Mountain in Maine’s Acadia National Park. Unfortunately, no cows are allowed there, but they don't mind. The Organic Valley farms on mainland Maine give them all the green pasture and sunshine they could want.
Folks in the Big Apple certainly appreciate our cows’ diligence when Organic Valley products land on their tables. The milk, cheese, butter and more are delicious and full of the nutritious components that mineral-rich, Northeastern pastures deliver.
Organic Valley farmers are grazing their animals all over the Northeast. From the shores of Lake Champlain to the Finger Lakes, and from Maine’s Aroostook County to Maryland’s Chesapeake Bay, our cooperative of organic farms brings more good to the region in so many ways.
Firefighting and Legislation
From summer camps to state legislators, Organic Valley farmers are everywhere you are. Rodney Graham in Williamstown, Vermont, is a state representative to the Vermont House. He’s a long-time volunteer firefighter and now fire chief! He’s also a leader in agriculture—Rodney’s an Organic Valley Grassmilk® farmer, which means his cows are 100% grass-fed.