Meet our partner farms

Heart & Soil Collective’s Community Produce and Winter Soup Programs would not be possible without partnerships with small farms across Berkshire County and New England. 

For our food security programming we purchase produce and pay farmers for their labor while working to decrease food waste and provide the freshest, most locally grown produce to homes through weekly deliveries. 

Take a look at the amazing farms we work with below, and if you are a small farm interested in partnering with us for food security programming please reach out! 

Holiday Brook Farm

100 Holiday Cottage Road, Dalton MA

 

Holiday Brook Farm is made up of 1,300 acres of forest and farmland that has been sustainably managed for four generations by the Crane family. 

They have a farm store on site and offer fresh vegetables, fruit, eggs, meat and maple syrup as well as compost services and Air B & B rental, wedding/ event space at their historic farm. 

You can support Holiday Brook Farm at their farm store year round, 100 Holiday Cottage Road in Dalton, or find them at the Pittsfield Farmers Market Saturdays 9-1 June through October. 

Please visit their website for more information about Holiday Brook Farm: Holiday Brook Farm Website

 

 

 

Full Well Farm

East Road, Adams MA

Farmers Meg (they/ she) and Laura (she/her) founded Full Well Farm in 2018 and currently manage three-quarters of an acre of permanent, no-till beds. They offer vegetable, herb and flower CSAs and grow using no-till practices with a focus on sustainability and climate resilience. 

Full Well Farm is located on East Road in Adams, MA on the Burnett Farm property, where Meg’s grandparents ran their family dairy business for over 40 years.

You can support Full Well Farm at the North Adams Farmers Market, Saturdays 9-1 from June through October or visit their farm stand on East Road in Adams from Memorial Day to Labor Day Tuesday 4-7 pm, Saturday 9 am – 5 pm, Sunday 10 am – 5 pm.

Please visit their website for more information about Full Well Farm: Full Well Farm Website

 

 

Bittersweet Farm

981 Barker Road, Pittsfield MA

 

Bittersweet Farm is a family farm located on Barker Road in Pittsfield offering fresh vegetables, cut flowers, honey, baked goods, eggs and seasonal products from their farm stand on site.

During the summer season you can find fresh veggies, cut flowers, delicious home baked goodies, and in the fall stop by for mums, pumpkins and corn. 

You can support Bittersweet Farm at their seasonal farm stand, 981 Barker Road in Pittsfield 9AM to 6PM, 7 days a week. 

Please visit their Facebook page for more information about Bittersweet Farm: Bittersweet Farm Facebook 

 

 

Windy Ridge Organic Farm

42 East Hawley Road, Hawley MA

Windy Ridge Organic Farm is a family-owned certified organic farm in Hawley MA specializing in organic starts and seedlings. 

Owner Julia founded Windy Ridge Organics in 2009, with a focus on edible and medicinal plants. Windy Ridge is deeply involved with food justice through food security programming in Holyoke, Pittsfield and Northampton MA as well as growing seedlings for and managing community gardens in Pittsfield.

You can support Windy Ridge Organic Farm by pre-ordering seedlings through their website, or find them at the Pittsfield Farmers Market Saturdays 9-1 June through October. 

Please visit their website for more information about Windy Ridge Organic Farm: Windy Ridge Organic Farm Website

 

 

 

Rock and Root Farm

735 N. Main St, Lanesborough MA

Rock and Root Farm was founded in Lanesborough in 2020 on 18 acres at the base of Mount Greylock, formerly known as Townry Farm.

Offering mixed vegetables in the summer, and pumpkins, squash, root crops, sunflowers, and corn in the fall- Rock and Root’s farmers Danielle and Zack want to be able to provide affordable food for everybody, so their farm stand is  “Pay what you can”, except for anything ornamental.  

You can support Rock and Root Farm at their seasonal farm stand located at 735 North Main Street, open from July through October.

 

 

 

Mountain Girl Farm

1360 Church Street, North Adams MA

Mountain Girl Farm is a mother and daughter team located in the Berkshire hills growing vegetables, raising dairy goats, ducks, chickens. They specailze in value-added products including homemade jam, pickles and delicious sweet treats.

You can support Mountain Girl Farm by shopping at their seasonal farm stand located at 1360 Church Street in North Adams, at Holiday Markets across Berkshire County and at the Pittsfield Farmers Market throughout the year.

Please visit their website for more information about Mountain Girl Farm: Mountain Girl Farm Website 

 

 

 

 

Second Drop Farm

551 North Main Street, Lanesborough MA

Samantha and Patrick, farmers at Second Drop Farm, are passionate about cultivating not just crops, but a true sense of community. Their fields are abundant with a colorful mosaic of seasonal fruit, vegetables, and flowers grown using sustainable practices that honor the land.

Second Drop Farm is a working farm and a destination, hosting community events, story walks amongst the berry fields and a soon-to-open Cafe. 

You can support Second Drop Farm at local farmers markets by visiting their Farm Store at 551 North Main Street, and by coming to pick flowers and berries through the summer months.

Please visit their website to learn more about Second Drop Farm: Second Drop Farm Website

 

 

 

 

Shaker Creek Farm

266 Winslow Road, Stephentown NY

Shaker Creek Farm is a family farm located in Stephentown, New York focusing on farmed and foraged foods: pasture raised poultry, vegetables and herbs including locally grown ginger and turmeric. In their nursery you can purchase chestnut and native tree seedlings raised at the farm. 

You can support Shaker Creek Farm on site at their farm in Stephentown and at the New Lebanon Farmers Market. 

Please visit their website to learn more about Shaker Creek Farm: Shaker Creek Farm Website

 

 

 

Square Roots Farm

95 Old Cheshire Road, Lanesborough MA

Square Roots Farm was founded in 2010 by Michael Gallagher and Ashley Amsden, who have worked to build a diversified pasture raised meat and poultry farm on 185 acres of the old Fletcher Farm in Lanesborough. Cows at Square Roots and grass fed, pigs and poultry are pasture-raised and supplemented with locally grown, non GMO feed.

You can support Square Roots Farm by stopping at the farm, signing up for meat and egg shares or ordering through their online store and at the Pittsfield and North Adams Farmers Markets throughout the year.

Please visit their website for more information about Square Roots Farm: Square Roots Farm Website