MANY FORKS FARM, Clarksburg, Massachusetts, is a small, diversified vegetable farm growing 75 different vegetables, herbs, flowers and berries for our local community. In our beautiful setting along the North Branch of the Hoosic River, our healthful, fresh, and varied produce typically travels less than 10 miles from the farm. With our commitment to providing fresh foods to our immediate community, we connect you to the land where your food is grown. We engage in a continuous process of building the soil and biodiversity of the farm with the purpose of improving the health of the land, the environment, and all who eat our farm’s produce.

Hand-tended care. No GMOS, or synthetic fertilizers or pesticides. Sustainable, environmentally-considered methods. Growing life along with life-building food. A community-centered vision. We are in our 12th season in 2023.  We’d love to grow food for you!

Many Forks Farm stewards land located on the unceded, ancestral home of indigenous peoples of the Muhheaconneok, Mohican people (“People of the Waters that Are Never Still”) presently known as the Stockbridge-Munsee Community, and the Elbu Band, Abenaki Tribe, of The Wabanaki Confederacy (“People of the Dawnland”). We offer our gratitude with all humility for this privilege and commit to principles of inclusion and equity, in honor of and with respect for, those whose land we tend.

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