Connecticut's 2019 Outstanding Young Farmer of the Year
Massaro Farm Manager Steve Munno was named outstanding young farmer of the year. Read more about Steve's journey to becoming a farmer.
Read what took place at the farm in 2018 and see how your dollars have been put to work to build our community!
Get your tickets before they're gone for this year's Dinner on the Farm, a farm-to-table all inclusive meal prepared by the chefs at Olmo.
Farm season is in full swing! If you don't have a CSA subscription you can find our produce at CitySeed Farmer's Markets each Saturday and Sunday, or at our farm stand, Saturdays from 10am-2pm.
Stop by the farm and walk our nature trail, open 365 days a year. No dogs please!
Bring your family by the farm for drop-in Open Farm Days in our Learning Garden, every Tuesday and Friday, 2:30-5:30pm. Plant, pick, taste, water and help take care of our farm chickens and rabbits.
You also might consider signing up for our next workship, Making and Canning Farm Salsa using our amazing tomatoes and other farm ingredients, Thursday, September 12 at 6:00pm. $15/pp at the door.
Support Community Farming
Join Our CSA
Community Supported Agriculture is a partnership between farmers and their customers. You receive the freshest organic produce weekly, helping the farm to preplan the growing season.
Find Us at Local Farmers Markets
Find are fresh vegetables at farmers markets throughout the growing season.
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What Our Volunteers Have to Say
“We really enjoyed volunteering at Massaro Farm, as you truly exemplify the community service spirit. The knowledge students take away will last a lifetime and we feel privileged to have participated in a day in their lives.”
- Paul and Linda Carlson
Get Involved – Volunteer
Contact us to find out how you can participate at the farm and give back to the community!
Keep Farming. Feed People. Build Community.
Community Nonprofit Certified Organic Farm
Massaro Community Farm is a nonprofit, certified-organic farm on a 57-acre parcel of land operated collaboratively between the Town of Woodbridge and a Board of Directors comprised of local citizens. The property was deeded to the town by the Massaro Family, who had farmed the land since 1916.