Farm store and PYO farm open every Saturday from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. and Sunday from 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. SNAP benefits are accepted.
Bug Hill Farm also offers a variety of educational workshops including topics on: Small Fruit Cultivation- Pruning, Propagation and Soil Health, Permaculture Techniques for Small Fruit Growers, Ten Essential Medicinal Herbs for a Healthy Life, Tome Wessels on Upland and Wetland Successional Patterns, Franklin Land Trust Farm and Garden Tour, Third Annual Wild Edibles Luncheon and Plant Walk, Tastes of Summer- Farm to Table Luncheon with Guest Chef and Food Writer. Please contact or visit there website for more information.
Bug Hill Farm is a small, USDA certified organic, uncommon fruit and edible flower farm in Ashfield, MA. They cultivate a wide variety of crops including raspberries, gooseberries, currants, wild and cultivated high-bush blueberries, alpine strawberries, native elderberry and elderflower, native Aronia (chokeberries), and honeyberries. They craft nutritious and delicious non-alcoholic cordials, shrubs (drinking vinegars), sauces, and spreads using our berry crops, wild harvested flowers, and locally produced raw honey and maple syrup. Their products contain no added water or preservatives. They keep their own honeybees, purchasing additional honey for our value added products from local apiaries such as Round Hill Orchard in Holyoke, MA. They manage fields and an additional 38 acres of forest for the health and well-being of native wildlife and plant communities, with particular emphasis on providing habitat for native pollinator insects.
Volunteers and interns are welcome. Please contact for more information.
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