Thanks to Massachusetts Agriculture in the Classroom staff (Ken & Bobbie Oles Norfolk Bee Keepers Association, Diane Baedeker Petit USDA) and the teachers for the recent Teachers Workshop, also Thanks to Russ Cohen for his Edible Wild Foods Forage Walk, Cable 8 ABMI for the media coverage and Marjorie Turner (Bellingham Bulletin) for participating and coverage of the workshop. We hope that all enjoyed the workshop and forage walk and welcome your feedback.

Thanks again, Donna and Bob Galipeau

Trolley Crossing Farm is a small family farm located in Bellingham Massachusetts. We are committed to growing healthy produce using sustainable farm practices. Naturally Grown Produce, No chemicals.

The farm is now open to the public on Saturday Mornings from 9 AM- 12 PM, or by appointment. 508-883-1344

-Buy locally grown produce. -Visit with the animals. -U Pick flowers and Herbs in season. -Help with farm chores and meet the farmer

Now accepting names for our kitchen garden CSA, will be limited to 25.

We would like to offer some educational farm days Bee Keeping, Edible Forage walks, Pick the best tasting tomato, garlic and basil day. Growing food in raised beds and containers. If interested please email.

Listing last updated on Jul 28, 2010

Volunteers Welcome

Season:  July through October

Type:  single farm

Since:  2009

# of Shares:  25

Full Share:  Varies

Work Req?  No

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Schedule and Location:

Franklin Farmers Market
Fridays 12-6 PM

Schedule and Location:

Self Serve - as produce is available

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Got to purchase some wonderful items on Friday at the franklin farmers market! Everything looked so bright and fresh! Looking forward to Fridays!

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