Flowers at Liberation Farms

Liberation Farms

Liberation Farms Wholesale

Liberation Farms grows and distributes fresh, local produce to help build strong and healthy communities. We are proud to offer high-quality, chemical-free vegetables, including specialty and rare varieties. This community-led program assists 137 new American farmers by offering access to land, seeds, trainings, and technical assistance. Farming is an integral part of the Bantus’ cultural heritage and each farmer has adapted generations of agricultural knowledge to Maine’s unique climate and growing season. Each purchase from Liberation Farms truly makes a difference in the lives of these hardworking New American farmers and their families.

2018 Wholesale Price & Availability List

Our wholesale price and availability list is available for download. Please check here for our Fall/Winter availability.

Weekly Availability List

If you would like to receive our weekly produce availability list that is distributed every Thursday during the growing season, please contact Kristina Kalolo at kristina@somalibantumaine.org.

Delivery

Liberation Farms delivers produce Tuesday through Friday. We ask that buyers try to meet a $100 order minimum for deliveries.

Ordering

For inquiries, or to place an order, please contact: Kristina Kalolo, Markets Manager at (860) 961-7058 or kristina@somalibantumaine.org.

Our Current Wholesale Vendors

Good Shepherd Food Bank (Mainers Feeding Mainers Program)
Crossroads Community Church, Gray
First Congregational Church, New Gloucester
Gray Community Food Pantry, Gray
Portland Public Schools
Saint Joseph’s College
Bates College
Center for Wisdom’s Women/Herban Works
Hamilton Farms
New Roots Cooperative Farm Stand
Fresh Start Farms
Whiting Farm Stand
Yarmouth Farmer’s Market
Auburn Farmer’s Market 

“The Gray Community Food Pantry has been privileged to receive vegetables from Liberation Farms for a few years now. We have found the produce we have ordered to be beautiful and fresh and perfectly set up to be distributed to our clients on distribution day. Occasionally we are presented with a vegetable that is not something we are familiar with that has added to the excitement.”

— Janet Nowinski & Donna Rand, Directors of the Gray Community Food Pantry