Welcome to Replenova Farm

Replenova Farm relocated to Durham, Maine in 2019, after four years in Cumberland. We grow MOFGA and GAP-certified organic vegetables to be sold at our own Farm Market at 1252 Royalsborough Road in Durham. Several local markets carry Replenova produce seasonally. To find a market near you that offers our fresh produce, Click Here.

The business model for our farm is to achieve sustainability in all aspects of operations. Read more about how we accomplish sustainability on the Our Philosophy page.

Please peruse our website to learn more about our farm and produce. Connect with us on Facebook, Instagram, and through our Constant Contact e-newsletter.

An update about Covid-19 Compliance: 

At Replenova Farm, we are committed to keeping all employees and customers healthy during this unprecedented Covid-19 pandemic. We’d like you to know that our farm is G.A.P (Good Agricultural Practice) and M.O.F.G.A (Maine Organic Farmer and Gardener’s Association) certified by the U.S.DA. This means we adhere to the highest standards of hygiene and food safety practices. You can rest assured that Replenova produce meets and exceeds regulatory requirements for food safety and hygiene.


Farm Market manager position

Farm Market Manager, Part-Time

(Updated October 17, 2022) 

The ideal candidate has experience in retail food sales. Primary responsibilities are to interface with the farm manager to stock, display, and manage the farm’s organic produce, to purchase, sell and manage farm and food artesian products currently sold while actively seeking new local vendors, and to work together with the baker and other farm personnel to help create and make soups, sandwiches, and salads as needed.

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Replenova:  What’s in a Name?

The name Replenova is derived from Latin, a prefix, and two nouns. The prefix,  re, which means again,  the nouns plenus which means to fill up, and nova (Feminine nominative singular) which means new.

When put together these Latin language roots mean to make new or fill up again, replenish. The feminine reference can be interpreted as mother nature and the word Replenova is a synonym for sustainability which is a philosophical cornerstone of the farm.