Farm Store


You’re looking at the future site of Wild Grace Farm Store! We plan to open Spring of 2019.

Rising on a knoll overlooking majestic Lake St. George, the Wild Grace Farm Store is a beautiful, hand hewn timber frame market, owned and operated by Francis and Alexandra Stewart. With their 30-acre farm and a nature retreat immediately adjacent, the Stewarts are living the definition of "farm to table".

Opening in May of 2019, the Farm Store will carry a wide variety of fruit, vegetables and herbs, the majority farm-fresh and grown right here. More than a farm stand, the Store will feature a carefully curated selection of outstanding local Maine food products, including dairy, meat, jams, honey and unique gifts items.

In addition to CSA farm shares, the store will offer a small grocery and a modest farm-to-table cafe for take-out or eat-in options.

Visitors to nearby Lake St. George will be able to buy charcoal, picnic lunches or any number of items for the vacation day tripper or overnight camper.

**Wild Grace Farm is actively looking to take on wholesale accounts for dairy, meat, shelf stable food items like jam, honey, maple syrup, and gift items from other local farmers and crafters. We believe it is important to grow together as a community. Contact us for wholesale inquiries.**

breaking ground


follow the progress of the farm store:

Late August 2018: Foundation poured for our root cellar and wine storage! 

summer beam of the basement

Our friends over at Heritage Timber Wrights have been hard at work cutting the timbers for the Farm Store. On September 12, 2018, they started putting the pieces together, starting with the “summer beam” of the basement.


timber frame structure

September 18, 2018: Documenting the ongoing process to build the timber frame structure that will become the Wild Grace Farm Store. Some of us remember Lincoln Logs growing up...this is just a bit (a lot) more complicated! Wall raising begins next week. Stay tuned..

Photo Credit: Craig Watson

raising the frame

Starting just before noon on September 20, 2018, the amazing team at Heritage Timber Wrights, raised up the frame of what will become Wild Grace Farm Store.

Photo Credit: Craig Watson

the framework is up!

All this raised in approximately six hours! Wild Grace Farm Store in progress...

Photo Credit: Craig Watson

Stewart frame taking shape

CSA and farm store coming next spring on Rte. 3 in Liberty. (September 21, 2018)


siding & roof begins

More progress photos on the construction of the Wild Grace Farm Store in Liberty, Maine. Siding and roof are going on. Simple and beautiful pine. (September 27, 2018)

Photo Credit: Craig Watson


more progress on roof & siding

Great progress being made on the roof & siding. It’s exciting to see the Farm Store take shape! (October 5, 2018)


A beautiful property, worth the trip!
Can’t wait for the farm store to open next Spring.
— 5 Star Facebook Review