Prospect Meadow Farm (ServiceNet Inc.)

103A Prospect Street
Hatfield, MA 01038
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103A Prospect Street Hatfield MA 01038
Wholesale: Wholesale, Wholesale / Restaurants
Growing Practices: Chemical Free
Contact: Shawn Robinson

About

The farm is a non-profit social enterprise that empowers physically, mentally, developmentally, and economically challenged individuals to find meaningful activity through work in agriculture-related fields. Specializing in eggs and log grown shiitake mushrooms (wholesale), CSA veggie shares, pork products, and more. Prospect Meadow Farm products are available at local markets around the Valley. The farm is open year-round, Monday-Friday 8-3pm.

What We Grow

Breeding Stock

Ducks, Goats (dairy), Goats (meat), Pigs, Pigs (Feeder), Rabbits

Dairy + Eggs

Eggs (chicken)

Herbs

Basil, Chives, Cilantro, Dill, Lemon Balm, Mint, Oregano, Parsley, Rosemary, Sage, Thyme

Meat

Goat, Pork, Rabbit

Vegetables

Eggplant, Garlic (cured), Green Beans, Kale, Lettuce, Mushrooms, Peppers, Potatoes, Radishes, Rhubarb, Salad Greens, Tomatoes (cherry)

Wood

Firewood, Wood Products

Our Customers

Community Supported Agriculture

Summer, Fall
Tuesday pickup:

103A Prospect Street
Hatfield, MA 01038

CSA Managers: Shawn Robinson and Chris Ferrante
Call: (413) 247-0361
E-mail: srobinson@servicenet.org

Community supported agriculture (CSA) connects Prospect Meadow Farm with our community by inviting local residents to purchase a share of our summer season’s crops. As a member, your contribution will support our work while also filling your table with delicious fresh produce. The shares cost $400 and provide a family of four with fruit, vegetables, and eggs for 20 weeks, from June to October. Each summer, we include one pound of sausage in July and one pound of bacon in August. For more information about our farm shares, download our CSA brochure found at the bottom of the page.

https://www.servicenet.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/prospect-meadow-farm-csa-flyer-2017-new.pdf

Just Picked

Put on some clothing you don’t mind getting a little dirt on and spend an afternoon with family and friends discovering the local farms that grow our food. Keep in mind that harvest times are a little different every year. It’s always a good idea to call ahead to find out what’s available for picking.

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