Goldthread Herb Farm is a Medicinal Herb Farm nestled in the hills of Conway, Massachusetts. The farm is situated on a south facing hilltop, surrounded by hundreds of acres of mixed conifers and hardwoods, teeming with wildlife, and blessed with abundant streams and brooks. The area has a long history and commitment to agriculture and land stewardship and we are proud to be a part of this tradition.
At Goldthread, our goal is to provide a source for Organically grown and sustainably Wild Harvested Medicinal plants and plant preparations that are of the highest quality and crafted with the greatest care and attention to detail. Providing these at our Apothecary in Florence reflects our commitment to the understanding that the health of the individual and the community is inextricably connected to the health of our ecosystems.
We are proud to offer Community Supported Medicine Shares of herbs, spices, and herbal products organically grown on our farm. The shares contain herbs and remedies for a host of commonly encountered conditions such as colds, flus, sore throats, coughs, digestive issues, sleep improvement, skin conditions, children's health, and more.
Goldthread Farm & Apothecary is pleased to offer Community Supported Medicine Shares!
Local medicine, fresh from our farm. Come meet the plants! The second of three distributions is September 6th from 4-6.
Large shares suitable for a family: $250. Small shares perfect for an individual or couple: $150.
Shares can include a variety of dried teas and spices, hydrosols, tinctures, salves, medicinal honey and other products grown and made at Goldthread.
Call 413-587-0620 for information
Season: August through October
Type: single farm
Full Share: Large share (suitable for a family) $250; Small share (for individuals/couples) $150
Work Req? No
Goldthread is pleased to offer organic, locally grown culinary spices and herbal teas to area cafés and restaurants. Our culinary spice offerings include:
Dill, Lavender, Lemongrass, Marjoram, Peppermint,
Rosemary, Sage, Za�??atar Oregano, Greek Basil, Genovese Basil, Sweet Basil, Thai Basil, and German Winter Thyme.
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