Massachusetts Grown...and Fresher!
Your Gateway to MassGrown farm products, specialty foods, and fun ag-tivities!
Arbor Day each year celebrates trees. It was first observed in 1872. In the United States Arbor Day is on the last Friday in April. It is a day to plant new trees as well as to bring awareness to help conserve and protect existing trees and forests across the US. Learn more here»
Time to Plant Something!
Whether it's for Easter, Earth Day or Arbor Day, now is the time to plan your garden or landscaping needs. Click below to learn more about "Plant Something".
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) farms is a trending marketing channel for those looking for "Massgrown" through most of the year. Many are taking applications now.
MassGrown & Fresher has teamed up with Mass in Motion’s ChopChop Newsletter – a new resource to provide local health foods to Massachusetts families.
Craft Breweries and Passport Program
Explore the Bay State by sampling the finely crafted ales and lagers from breweries and brew pubs, extending from Cape Cod to the Berkshires. With over 60 breweries to visit, there is plenty of award-winning beer right around the corner.
Annual Photo Contest
Once again, it's time for our annual photo contest. We are looking for photographs taken in the last few years that depict the rich diversity of crops grown throughout the Commonwealth.
Whether it's an Easter Egg hunt at Bemis's Farm Nursery in Spencer, or at Coonamessett in Falmouth, our Massgrown calendar is the best source for traditional and unique ag-tivities, one-of-a-kind culinary experiences and ag-ventures across the Commonwealth! Details here »
Faces and Places
Farming runs thick through Kate's blood leading her to a long and detailed profile as a young female farmer, mother of two and entrepreneur. Growing up "Green" in the family business, her close involvement in her parent's produce farm inspired her into a career in agriculture. Kate attended the University of Massachusetts where she earned a dual degree in Agriculture and Business. Click here for more »