Massaro Community Farm is a nonprofit, certified organic farm on 57 acres of land deeded to the Town of Woodbridge in 2007 by the Massaro Family, who had farmed the land since 1916.
Our farm operation supports a 300-subscriber CSA and has a weekly presence at area farmer’s markets. The farm includes ~42 acres of woods and wetlands along with 15 acres of fields, 10 that are currently cultivated producing vegetables, flowers, and honey.
Each year, Massaro Community Farm donates at least 10% of our diverse vegetable crops to local hunger relief agencies. We donated 8,600 pounds of produce in 2020, and more than 73,000 pounds of food since 2010. The amount donated varies depending on our harvest, but has averaged 6,200 pounds over the last 11 years.
The farm is open space to be explored and enjoyed by all. Our nature trail meanders for 1 1/2 miles through the woods and wetlands behind our growing fields. At Celebrate Spring, we sell flowers and organic vegetable seedlings coupled with gardening instruction. Dinner on the Farm engages the senses through a farm-to-table meal served right in our fields. We also provide a number of educational programs throughout the year, including Summer Camp on the farm, film screenings, beekeeping, and other sustainability workshops.
Massaro collaborates with numerous other community organizations to share our passion for locally grown food, regenerative growing practices, and education. Our mission is to enhance quality of life for generations to come by engaging the community in a range of farm-based activities.