Sweetwater Farm

95 Maple Lane
Petersham, MA 01366
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95 Maple Lane Petersham MA 01366
Contact: Karen Davis
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About

Our family farm produces organic and sustainably grown beef, chicken, pork, eggs, and vegetables on 90 acres of conserved farmland in the picturesque town of Petersham. Our vegetables and fruit are grown using organic, holistic, seed-saving and low-till to no-till methods. By saving seed for the majority of the vegetables, flowers, and herbs, the seeds become more vigorous and equipped to fend off pests and diseases. All our livestock are pasture-raised, and our beef is 100% grass fed. Join our 22 week CSA, visit us at the Petersham Farmers Market, and look for our products at local stores and restaurants.

 

What We Grow

Dairy + Eggs

Eggs (chicken)

Grains + Feeds

Hay

Fiber

Roving, Sheepskin, Wool, Wool Blankets, Yarn

Honey + Maple

Maple Syrup

Meat

Beef, Chicken

Vegetables

Garlic (cured)

Farm Stand

  • Sweetwater Farm
    95 Maple Lane
    Petersham, MA (map)
    (413) 813-5746Open May-October 8am-4pm and from October-May call ahead

Family Fun

  • Farm camp
    Summer Seedlings Camp
    For more information see our website or our farm camp blog at sweetwaterfarmma.blogspot.com

Community Supported Agriculture

Sweetwater Farm offers 22 weeks of organic and sustainably grown food to CSA members in the North Quabbin June through October. Pick up your box on the farm, see our chickens & goats, and get to know us and your community. We also offer a monthly meat share!

Pricing:
Getting a CSA share is a great way to save on fresh, local, organic food. When you pre-pay for your produce at the beginning of the season, you save upwards of 15% on your weekly produce with the satisfaction of knowing exactly where and how your food is grown and loved.

For more details on our CSAs and pricing, visit our website.

Season

Spring, Summer, Fall

CSA type by product

Vegetable, Meat

Photos

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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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Pick Your Own

Farmers’ Markets

Restaurants + Cafés