Massachusetts Grown...and Fresher!

Your Gateway to MassGrown farm products, specialty foods, and fun ag-tivities!

Fun Facts

There are 7,755 farms in Massachusetts working on over 523,000 acres to produce $492 million in agricultural products. At nearly $48 million, the state ranks 5th in the nation for direct market sales and 3rd in the nation for direct market sales per operation. Direct market sales account for 10% of the state's total sales of agricultural products. learn more here.

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Winter Farmers' Markets

Farmers continue to work hard and to bring fresh crops and products to the many Winter farmers' markets across the state. We have over 50 mapped throughout the state and many accept SNAP!

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Honey and Beekeepers

Massachusetts is home to 4-4,500 beekeepers managing between 40-45,000 hives. Pollinators are so important for our farmers.

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Farmers' Markets

Massachusetts has over 235 farmers markets across the Commonwealth. Farmers offer fresh flowers, produce, plants, eggs, meats, and more!

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Boston Public Market

Features Massgrown and New England vendors in a permanent year-round market in Boston that provides fresh, healthy food to consumers of all income levels. Open 7 days a week 8am - 8pm!

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Culinary Tourism

Culinary travelers to Massachusetts can find an array of regional specialties that span from the Cape to Berkshires: delectable oysters, maple syrup, cranberry jellies, award-winning wines, farmstead cheese, to name just a few!

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Faces of Ag

Susan Murray and Tony Wood

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Apponagansett Farm is a small family farm in Dartmouth, owned and run by Susan Murray and Tony Wood. Their journey to farming was along a slightly winding path. They are both trained as biologists and met while studying bat biology in Malaysia. After finishing their research, they landed in Louisiana, got married and began to get involved in the local food movement. Together they decided to jump into farming and have never looked back. They spent some time working on farms in Maryland and Mississippi and eventually found their way to Massachusetts, working as farm apprentices at Holiday Brook Farm in Dalton for two years. In the fall of 2011 with a new baby in tow, they moved to Susan’s hometown and started Apponagansett Farm. More here »


2018 Agriculture Calendar

2018 Mass. Ag Calendar cover

Happy New Year! If you would like a great 2018 calendar while supporting a great group, look no further than purchasing the 2018 Massachusetts Agriculture Calendar. It is produced in collaboration with Mass. Ag in the Classroom (MAC), Mass. State Grange and the Mass. Dept of Agricultural Resources. It features winning photographs submitted by people across the Commonwealth. It also inculdes Fun Facts and Teaching Tips. Click here for more information and ordering information ».