Grateful Farm

Organically Grown Since 1983

History of Grateful Farm:

  • Grateful Farm is a second generation family farm, started in 1983 by Tim Garboski. With Tim's guidance, the farm is now run by his son and daughter in law, Jon and Cynthia.
  • 5 Acre farm on Prospect Street, including the Family's homes, greenhouses, fields, and farm stand
  • All herbs and produce have always been grown pesticide and chemical free to meet organic growing practices.
  • Dedicated to selling directly to consumers: "You can’t get fresher or better tasting food than buying directly from the farms."

Commitment to the Community and Families: Family Run and Family Friendly Farm!

Grateful farm strives to provide the best, locally produced, organically cared for and healthiest foods to the community.


Jon and Cynthia are raising their two young children on the farm and welcome families to visit. They love having kids visit to learn about farming and where food comes from.


Contact them and ask about bringing the kids down to get dirty and for some farm fun!

Just Some of The Large Variety of Products Grown at the Farm:

Seedlings, Fresh cut Herbs, Potted Herbs

Lettuce, Cucumbers

Radishes, Beets, Carrots

Peas, Beans, Garlic (New in 2018)

Onions, Shallots, Leeks

Tomatoes, Strawberries, Black Berries

Potatoes, Sweet Potatoes

Summer Squash, Zucchini, Winter Squash

Cabbage, Peppers, Eggplant

Broccoli, Cauliflower, Brussels Sprouts

Pumpkins, Gourds

Asian Greens, , Mustard Greens

Kohlrabi, Fennel, Dandelion

When to Shop:

Farm Hours:

Thursdays 4PM-7PM

Saturdays 9AM-3PM

June - November


Franklin Farmers' Market:

Friday 12PM- 6PM
June - October
www.franklinfarmersmarketma.com


Cambridge Farmers' Market:

Sunday 10AM - 3PM
June - November
http://www.farmfresh.org/food/farmersmarkets_details.php?market=54

STAY TUNED!!!!


Want to know more???


You can look forward to weekly flyers all summer!


I'll be providing information on the Agricultural Commission, the local farms, all their wonderful products, the farmers' market, CSAs, and health and nutrition information.


A Little About Me:


This newsletter is part of my summer practicum project to complete my Master's in Public Health Nutrition from UMass Amherst. I am community member and a volunteer with the Franklin Agricultural Commission. I am passionate about eating fresh and local foods and I am excited to share information about our local farms and Agricultural Commission with you all summer.


Thanks!


Jennifer Nicholls

BS Nutrition

MS Emergency Management

MPH Nutrition (Pending)


June 2018

Vol 3