Red Apple Farm, located in scenic Phillipston, Massachusetts, has been owned and tended by the Rose family for 4 generations. Our location is uniquely located at 1,250 feet above sea level, and thus our orchards offer you some of the best naturally-colorful, extra-crisp apples in all of New England. We are proud to be red and green, powered by wind, sun and 100% local help.
Fresh-from-the-farm fruit, 100% natural cider and all your favorite apple farm treats.
Red Apple Farm
Jul 25 '17 9:24am
RT @BosPublicMarket: We're turning ✌🏽, and you're invited to the party. 🎉🍑 #BPMturns2 https://t.co/fCm9sPQYox
In 2005, after the birth of their daughter Siena, Farmer Chris Kurth & his wife Ana Sortun, chef/partner of the Oleana restaurant group, started Siena Farms on the land Farmer Chris grew up on. Now a seventy-five acre market farm growing fresh produce for farmers' markets, restaurants, and a 750-member CSA community, Siena Farms cultivates the fertile soils of the Sudbury River valley just twenty-five miles west of Boston. In 2011, they opened Siena Farms South End, the first year-round micro urban farmstore in the heart of Boston’s South End neighborhood – the inspiration for their new farmstore in the Boston Public Market.
Over 200 varieties of fresh vegetables, fruits, herbs and flowers, plus a diverse selection of farm products and specialty foods from favorite local producers.
Stillman's Farm is a leader in growing top-quality, safe, and healthy produce and plants. As a small farm we have always fostered a commitment to the land and environment by using a combination of traditional and organic practices. However, we were dissatisfied with the 'traditional' and 'organic' labels as they allowed the use of some sprays we viewed as unsafe. In 2004, we started labeling our produce as 'Conscientiously Grown' to represent our more holistic approach. We believe strongly in our methods and products and believe them to be of the safest and freshest nature available for all of us.
The freshest, most amazing, conscientiously grown produce and plants.
Dec 9 '18 3:26pm
Don't miss getting your perfect tree @BosPublicMarket today! It's our last day and we'll be there till 5. #boston… https://t.co/Afn0z6Zd5H
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