When the soil is in good heart, it’s alive and healthy. 

When people are in good heart, they’re healthy and happy.

Health, flavor, joy, balance, liveliness — these things spring up from living soil.  And these are the simple things that Good Heart Farmstead is rooted in.  


We’re so glad you’re here, and we invite you to pull up a seat at our table.  

Katie & Edge

eating dinner at a picnic table

good heart farmstead was founded in 2013 by edge fuentes and katie spring with a mission to increase local food access and offer people a direct connection with their food and the land it comes from.

Kate & Edge in 2013, growing a farm and a baby

Through our Farm Stand, Salad CSA, and Pick-Your-Own Flower CSA, we offer a wide variety of fresh local vegetables, herbs, and flowers June through October.

We work closely with the Worcester Food Shelf, distributing fresh food through weekly community lunches and the Vermonters Feeding Vermonters Program. We also partner with the NOFA-VT Farm Share Program, which helps us subsidize CSA Shares for low-income Vermonters.

After all, food tastes better when it’s shared with many.  And people are happier with full bellies. 

There it is again — happiness springing up from the soil.

The Hearts Behind The Harvests

Edge Fuentes


If Edge were a vegetable, he’d be a squash because it’s a noun and a verb.

And if you know Edge, you know he’s always on the move, quite like a verb himself. 

As the head grower and field manager, Edge brings the Farm Share to fruition each week through his steady seeding, cultivating, and harvesting. 

When he’s not in the fields, you’ll find him climbing up sheer rock faces, playing disc golf with Waylon, or drinking cold-pressed coffee on quiet mornings. 

Katie Spring


If Katie were a vegetable, she’d be snap peas: growing up and up, connecting sky and earth on tendrils much stronger than they appear.

As the creative director of the farm, Katie created our website and manages communications, marketing, social media, and farm landscaping. 

When she’s not in the fields, behind a camera or computer, you’ll find her writing, reading, taking walks in the woods, and drinking black tea with a splash of milk on quiet mornings.

Waylon Spring


and that brings us to Waylon…

The best crop we’ve ever grown, Waylon was born the same year as the farm, joining us in July of our first summer. 

As head of laughter and fun, Waylon reminds us when it’s time to take a play break.  He’s an expert pea and cherry tomato harvester, potato beetle squisher, and raspberry eater.

Greeter extraordinaire, you’ll be sure to feel welcomed by Waylon’s smile when you visit the farm.

Now that you’re here, we hope you’ll keep in touch!

The best way to do that is by signing up for Katie’s weekly emails — you’ll get all the dirt on what’s happening on the farm, the week’s harvest list and seasonal recipes to keep you eating well all year long. Subscribe for free here:

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