Blue Heron Farm

8 Warner Hill Road #1
Charlemont, MA 01339
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8 Warner Hill Road #1 Charlemont MA 01339
Wholesale: Restaurants, Grocery Stores
Growing Practices: Certified Organic
Contact: Bill and Norma Coli
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COVID-19 Updates

Guests planning to arrive in Massachusetts are currently required to either provide evidence of a negative test for COVID-19 performed 72 hours prior to arrival, or quarantine for 14 days after arrival in the state.

Due to ongoing concerns about COVID-19, and to protect everyone, face coverings and social distancing are required in Massachusetts when in public places. This includes on the farm if in contact with us or other guests/neighbors. Guests will still be able to observe and interact with us, our dairy goats, and Norwegian Fjord horses outdoors, but will no longer be able to access interiors of the barn and maple sugarhouse.

No other guests will have been in your accommodations for at least 48 hours before your arrival, and the house itself and all linens and towels will have been appropriately cleaned according to State guidelines. In addition, we will provide hand sanitizer and chlorine spray solutions for your use when here.

Email to order maple syrup.


Situated on 130 hilltop acres, our main agricultural crop is between 800 and 1000 gallons of Certified Organic Pure Maple syrup. We also breed, train and sell Purebred Norwegian Fjord horses (Facebook/blue heron farm Fjords), and offer farm vacation rentals at four free-standing houses of varying sizes.

We also will be happy to share produce from our gardens, and company with our dairy goats, horses and hens.

What We Grow

Breeding Stock




Honey + Maple

Maple Syrup

Farm Stand

  • Blue Heron Farm
    8 Warner Hill Road #1
    Charlemont, MA (map)
    (413) 339-4045
    Open year-round. Call ahead for hours.


Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter


Cross-Country Skiing


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