Fall CSA Extension

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Dinner on the Farm 2022

Just us for a spellbinding night!

Buy a Brick Campaign

Help build a new pavilion and etch your name in Massaro History.

Sip and Sign

Enjoy some wine and paint a sign!

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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.

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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


Upcoming Events

8:30 am School Vacation Day
School Vacation Day
Oct 10 @ 8:30 am – 3:30 pm
Massaro Farm offers a full day of activities and outdoor adventures exploring the farms fields and woods for children aged 6-11 on Monday, October 10, 8:30am-3:30pm. Children should bring a reusable water bottle, lunch, and weather-appropriate clothing.…
4:00 pm Free Family Night- Hocus Pocus
Free Family Night- Hocus Pocus
Oct 15 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Join us for a spellbinding night featuring a book signing by local children’s author, Hal Johnson, writer of Fearsome Creatures of Lumberwoods. An activity provided by Pretty Little Witchcraft of Seymour, and a Halloween themed…

Get Involved – Volunteer

Contact us to find out how you can participate at the farm and give back to the community!

Be a Volunteer

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.

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