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Free Living Farm

Petersham, MA

Focused on Soil Health, Plant Nutrition and Ecological Integrity

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Free Living Farm grew from our desire to be a source of truly healthful food while nurturing soil life and the ecology around us. We grow 1.5 acres of vegetables in Petersham, MA for CSA members, farmers markets and restaurants along with some fruit and other perennial crops. Layer hens and broilers chickens are much anticipated new additions for 2023 and on!

We launched the farm and tended land for four years in Brookfield, MA (2018-2021).

Our passion for growing food was sparked by the sharing of stories and encouragement from many farmers who knew there was something deeply gratifying and unquestionably important in quality food and caring for the land.

We utilize deep organic and holistic methods with our approach to food cultivation focusing on soil health and synergistic plant nutrition to grow the highest quality food possible.

We know that health is heavily rooted in what one consumes daily so we strive to grow the best produce to cultivate community nourishment, empowerment and ecology.

The fact is, how your food is grown or raised matters. It matters to ecological health, soil/plant/animal/human health and thus part of the long term sustainability of life and environmental quality. This is why  we do what we do. 

 

We have built a reputation for consistently and transparently providing some of the highest quality produce around.

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WHERE TO FIND US

Sturbridge Farmers Market 2023

Sundays 9-1pm

June 4th - October 8th

Sturbridge Town Common

308 Main Street, Sturbridge, MA 

Petersham Farm Stand 2023

Saturdays 10-2 pm 

May 13 - late November

87 Maple Lane, Petersham, MA

Timberyard Brewing Company

East Brookfield, MA

Kitchen menu (May-November)

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Any other pop-up markets will be added here as they arise

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