Massachusetts Grown...and Fresher!

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


Christmas Trees

There are approximately 25-30 million Real Christmas Trees sold in the U.S. every year and over 50,000 cut for Massachusetts homes. Did you know the average time to grow a seven foot Christmas tree is 7-10 years? Popular varieties of Massachusetts-grown trees include Balsam, Concolor, Fraser, Douglas and Noble Fir; along with Scotch and White Pine. More facts here. To find a local tree farm, click here.

 

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Christmas Trees

"Green Friday" kicks off the annual tradition of cutting down your own Christmas Tree. Massachusetts has over 80 tree farms that offer a variety of Christmas trees.

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MA Food Plate

Reserve Your MA Food Plate

To reserve your plate and be counted towards that 1,500 mark, all we ask now is that you sign up HERE with your contact information - no payment is required at this time.

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2015 Massachusetts Agriculture Calendar

Our annual calendar features photographs from 2014 contest winners featuring the diversity of agriculture in Massachusetts. Each month also includes "fun facts" and "teaching tips."

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Harvest time at Farmers' Markets

Visit one of the many of over 250 markets across the Commonwealth to find an array of locally grown products.

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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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Spotlight

2015 Agriculture Calendar

Looking for a great gift idea this holiday season? The 2015 "Celebrating the Seasons of Massachusetts Agriculture" Calendar is the perfect idea! It features winning photographs submitted by MA residents to the annual photography contest. Each month features a farm related picture, fun facts, and teaching tips. Proceeds go to MA Agriculture in the Classroom, a non-profit group that helps teachers incorporate agriculture into school curriculums. Details here »




Faces and Places

Greg and Jan Davagian

Greg and Jan, with the help of their family and friends, operate Davagian Christmas tree farm in Sutton. The Davagian family began planting Christmas trees in 1979 and has been working together to maintain a unique and memorable holiday family tradition ever since. On about 4 acres of land, they offer a variety of trees to cut yourself, primarily Fraser, Balsam, and Canaan Fir along with White and Blue Spruce. Grow between 200 - 300 trees each season, which typically runs from November 28 through December 21 or until they sell out of trees. They make it easy by offering you a saw and wagon, and it's a short walk to all the fields. More here »