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We are a sustainable grower of pre-picked and PYO low bush blueberries and producer of our own value-added products. The public is welcome at the farm all year long. Land has been forever preserved for farming, and a trail easement is held by the Franklin Land Trust.
Our Annual Wild Blueberry Jubilee is on August 6, 2011. Great food, music, education, celebration of the land and community. Rain or shine.
Sustainably grown low bush blueberries. Wonderfully Wild Blueberry Spread, contains organically grown cranberries and is lightly sweetened with local honey. Wonderfully Wild and Beautifully Baldwin Blueberry Apple Juice from sustainably grown low bush blueberries and sustainably grown apples.
Sustainably grown low bush blueberries. On harvest weekends, arrive between 9 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. On weekdays, contact us for an appointment. Check ahead for opening date. Modest PYO quantities on August 6, the day of our annual Wild Blueberry Jubilee.
Special events, especially local winter farmers' markets and craft fairs.
Contact for more info.
Our farm stand is open from late July through mid-August, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Otherwise by appointment. For quantities of pre-packaged fruit larger than a quart or two, we require customers to place a pre-order.
We supply Commonwealth CSA and Wilder Brook CSA with fresh berries. We supply fruit products to Red Fire Farm and Brookfield Farm, which provide those products to their CSA members.