The Benson Place

182 Flagg Hill Road
Heath, MA 01340
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182 Flagg Hill Road Heath MA 01340
3rd party certifications: Certified Organic
Contact: Meredith Wecker & Andrew Kurowski
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About

Organic, wild, low-bush blueberries available beginning late July. Visit our website on or soon after July 1 to order your pre-picked fruit or to schedule a weekday PYO visit. Weekends are open for unscheduled PYO with a 9am-2pm arrival time. Visit year-round to walk our scenic Franklin Land Trust designated trail.

Please visit our website http://www.bensonplace.org for more details and directions. Google map is not correct!

What We Grow

Fruit

Blueberries

Spreads

Jam + Jelly

Farm Stand

  • The Benson Place
    182 Flagg Hill Road
    Heath, MA (map)
    (413) 337-5340

    Open daily 9-5, from late July until supply runs out.

    Pre-ordering is the best option for purchases of berries over a few quarts

Family Fun

  • Events and celebrations
    Saturday August 6 2-8pm.
    7th Annual Wild Blueberry Jubilee.
  • Events and celebrations
    Wild Blueberry Jubilee
    Inspiring beauty of the land and great company.
    Edible wild plants presentation with John Root at 3:30PM
    Music with Chuck Roberts and friends.
    Open mike, storytelling, and family art activities.
    Discussion of progressive farm tenure at The Benson Place.
    Light entree, beverages, and a great blueberry dessert.
    Discounted dessert tickets available at Green Fields and McCuskers¹ Markets.
    BYO blankets, instruments.
    Directions at http://www.bensonplace.org or 413-337-5340.
    Co-sponsored by Franklin Community Cooperative.

Our Customers

Pick Your Own

  • Blueberries
    From late July – Mid-August.
    Open weekdays: by appointment (make a reservation on our website or by calling).
    Open weekends: arrive between 9-2pm.
    Check our farm website to find out the exact schedule of PYO
    * Call ahead just to be sure.

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