Just months after mapping out our master plan and breaking ground at the farm, we learned how quickly 11 acres would fill up, and how much of our beautiful wooded space would need to be cleared. We began scrambling to come up with plan B and just like that, I think literally days later, a for-sale sign popped up on an old 9-acre hay field in North Brookfield, visible from our property and just a stone's throw across the way. It felt like fate and we scooped it up, planting our first 500 trees the following spring.
While we won't be open for u-cut business for a few years, we have locally grown premium cut trees, wreaths, greenery, and gifts, all grown and sourced from our neighbor farms in Massachusetts, for sale at our farm stand from Thanksgiving through Christmas.
Community is important to us year round, but the holidays are a great time to be reminded to shop local, support small business, and enjoy the place in which you are rooted. We truly love spreading cheer with our friends in Worcester, at Al's Christmas Tree Lot and with our home community at our farmstand in West Brookfield.