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We are a small family run fifth generation farm. Generationally we specialized in vegetables. We have, for the past several years offered veggies and flowers. However, the farm, as of 2022, has been in transition to become strictly a upick farm. We will continue growing our infamouse sunflowers and zinnia's in 2024 along with focusing on pruning our 300 blueberry bush yearlings. They are scheduled for picking, pending all goes well, by 2026. At some point in the near future the farm will also offer upick strawberries and potentially other upick items as well.

Our flowers are pestcide, herbicide, and fungicide free fresh cut flowers. Flowers are available at the farm stand mid-July to September. If the weather cooperates, then we MIGHT have sunflowers into October. If upick is not for you, then you may stop by the farm stand for a bunch of precut bouquets offered with and without a vase. Price ranging from $10-$25. Keep an eye out on Facebook or Instagram for weekly in-season floral specials.

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Our Commitment To You:
To Grow Pesticide, Herbicide and Fungicide Free Upick Items.
"Growing Together" By Encouraging Community
Through Education On Our Farm. 



  • Offer nutritious options through our farmstand, and farmers market outlets grown without pesticides, herbicides, and fungicides. 

  • Source & Collaborate Locally:

    • We will buy produce solely from farms and offer products created in New England. We offer items from other farms in hopes that our community knows and understands that farms do exist within their reach. 

    • To collaborate with surrounding local farms & offer a wide variety of vegetables & other produce/specialty items. Collaboration helps our community understand that it really does take a village to grow a variety of locally sourced produce & products.

  • Education:

    • We offer a fabulous opportunity on our farm where you can sign up as a "workshare". Workshares learn all about the different aspects of farming, working 4hours to earn a weekly full share.

    • We also hold a series of workshops when time permits during our farm season to educate our community on how to utilize these wonderfully grown local products! In the past, we offered a pickling workshop which was very informative. 

  • Events: Simply put. Events allow people to gather, spend time together & inevitably create community. If you have a party, rustic farm wedding, or special occasion, we can host it for you.


We are always interested in lots of different ways to promote community whether it be through food workshops, recipe sharing, fall, winter and spring craft workshops, or running our work-share program throughout the summer and fall. If you have any ideas you would like to share with our farm or have a collaboration in mind, please contact us!

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