Foxtrot Herb Farm

1237 Baptist Corner Road
Shelburne Falls, MA 01370
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1237 Baptist Corner Road Shelburne Falls Massachusetts 01370
Pay With: Credit/Debit
Wholesale: Restaurants, Grocery Stores
Growing Practices: Certified Organic, Chemical Free/ Sustainably Grown
Contact: Abby Ferla


Foxtrot Herb Farm is a certified-organic farm that specializes in growing vibrant, high-quality botanical herbs and climate resilient foods. We offer bulk botanicals through a preorder program and host a PYO membership on the farm.

Our Healing Foods CSA makes it easy to incorporate more wild-type, nutritionally dense, and climate resilient plants into your diet with a recipe-studded newsletter, DIY kits, and community workshops. We grow using no-till methods with an emphasis on decreasing reliance on fossil fuels on off-farm inputs.

You can find our herbs in the bulk section of local coops and apothecaries, online, and at festivals and conferences around the Northeast. We work to build community and increase accessibility through sliding scale pricing and a BIPOC reparations discount.

What We Grow


Basil, Lavender, Lemon Balm, Mint, Sage, Shiso, White Pine Tips

Nursery + Flowers

Annuals, Herb Plants


Dried Chili Peppers, Dried Flowers, Dried Herbs, Syrup, Wreaths


Dandelion, Garlic (cured), Garlic (uncured or w/ stalks), Garlic Scapes, Mushrooms, Nettles, Salad Greens

Family Fun

We offer a collection of classes throughout the year about herbs, climate resilient growing, and culinary alchemy.

Our Customers

Farmers' Markets

Pick Your Own

Fresh botanical herbs– email for availability!

Community Supported Agriculture

The Healing Foods CSA is equal parts: meal kit, veggie CSA, herbalism course, culinary adventure, and collective experiment in food systems.

Over the course of seven months and bi-monthly (that’s twice a month) shares, we will focus on seasonal, place-based eating to build a pantry and apothecary season by season. Each pick up, all sized shares receive a DIY kit that includes all of the produce that you need to make one seasonal pantry or apothecary item. Think: ferments, herbal preparations, condiments, soup bases, and more. (E.g. wild greens kimchi, freezer bouillon, healing broths, elderberry syrup, herbal “coffee” powder, etc.) The items that we make early in the season appear in recipes later in the season, so that the share has a cumulative effect. Read more here.

The share is designed to offer the bounty of each season—and the knowledge of how to work with it. We offer sliding scale pricing and a limited number of Working-Member Shares for those who can contribute time/labor in exchange for a share.

Sign-Up! — Foxtrot Herb Farm


Spring, Summer

CSA type by product

Vegetable, Herb, Mushroom

Holiday Product Details

We sell tea blends dried flower bouquets and wreaths, and other decorative products.


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Peach update

There are no peaches for harvest in Massachusetts this year — an unfortunate casualty of increasingly variable weather fueled by climate change. We are keeping the guide updated with information about other fruit that is available, along with farms that are sourcing peaches from other parts of the region.