Tickets Available Now!
Berkshire Grown's 20th Annual Harvest Supper
Monday, September 24, 2018, 6:00 to 8:00 pm
The Upper Lodge at Ski Butternut, Great Barrington
Help Berkshire Grown keep our farmers farming and celebrate the season at the 20th annual Harvest Supper!
To save paper and money, invitations are being managed
Berkshire Grown member chefs are committed to creating their menus using food grown on Berkshire farms. Sample their creations and eat fresh, eat local!
Delicious Food and Drink - Silent Auction
Tickets are available
$40 Berkshire Grown member farmers
$40 Guests under 40 yrs old
$75 Berkshire Grown members
Tickets will be held at the door.
RSVP by Sept. 14
for more information.
Berkshire Grown has food and farming business members from throughout the region.
Check out the series and keep an eye on
our facebook page
Big Elm Brewing
Bug Hill Farm
New Leaf Farm
Become a member of Berkshire Grown by clicking
Welcome to Margaret Moulton
Berkshire Grown's Board of Trustees is proud to announce that Margaret Moulton has been tapped to head the organization as Executive Director.
Margaret has a background in organizational management, fundraising and program development. She brings a passion for farming and growing the community in the Berkshires.
Stay tuned for more about and from Margaret and join us at the
for a chance to meet her.
What We Are Reading:
Once Hy-Acres Farm, dairy farm celebrates a revival as High Meadows of Hoosick
The Berkshire Eagle
Bucking the trend, a dairy opens in the region.
Read more about these visionary farmers who have saved farmland from development.
Read the whole article
4th Annual Berkshire Fermentation Festival
The Fermentation Festival will be here before we know it.
Sunday, September 16, 10am-4pm at the Great Barrington Fairgrounds.
Featuring an array of local food vendors sampling and selling their products as well as demos, lectures, a culture swap, science corner, book signings, raffle, live music, and more.
Read more about the festival
What We Are Reading
Berkshire Grown farm tour shows collaboration among area farmers is alive and well
By: Hannah Van Sickle for
The Berkshire Edge
Hannah Van Sickle from The Berkshire Edge came with us on last month's visit by the Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources' Commissioner.
The farms and farmers generously shared their stories of collaboration and hopes for the future with all of us who were able to be there.
Read the whole article
Photo by Julia Matejcek
Special thanks to Shannon Barsotti and Storey Publishing for their fantastic work organizing Flavor at Heirloom on July 28 and to our colleagues at Greylock WORKS for producing Heirloom by design.
For more pictures, check out
Support Berkshire Grown, local food, and our farmers.
Stay in Touch
Berkshire Grown's e-newsletter comes out monthly. Please send updates to
Barbara Zheutlin, Director
Jess Camp, Program Manager
Alicia Rossie, Communications Director
Join Berkshire Grown