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Directions to the farm

From Northampton and Points South:

  • Take Route 91 North to exit 24 (Sunderland and South Deerfield).
  • Turn right at the end of the exit ramp onto Routes 5&10 North.
  • Turn right at the first traffic light onto Route 116 South.
  • After two miles turn right at the second traffic light onto Route 47 (also known as Main Street). This turn comes shortly after crossing the Connecticut River.
  • The entrance to Warner Farm is approximately 500 yards on the right.

From Greenfield and Points North:

  • Take Route 91 South to exit 24 (Sunderland and South Deerfield).
  • Turn left at the end of the exit ramp onto Routes 5&10 North.
  • Turn right at the first traffic light onto Route 116 South.
  • After two miles turn right at the second traffic light onto Route 47 (also known as Main Street). This turn comes shortly after crossing the Connecticut River.
  • The entrance to Farm is approximately 500 yards on the right.          

From Boston:

  • Take the Massachusetts Turnpike West to Route 91.
  • After the toll booth get on Route 91 North and follow the directions for "Northampton and points South".

From Amherst:

  • Take Route 116 North to Route 47 (also known as Main Street).
  • Turn left onto Main Street.
  • The entrance to Farm is approximately 500 yards on the right.

Sign up by SUNDAY to get 5% off your CSA!February 25th, 2015

  Greetings from Warner Farm! Just a friendly reminder that you have until this Sunday, March 1st to sign up and pay in full for your CSA farm share, in order to get 5% off your order! 

2015 CSA at Warner Farm! Sign Up Now! January 21st, 2015

Greetings from Warner Farm! It's still cold and blustery on the farm, but we are thinking about spring. And guess what?    2015 CSA sign ups are open!   I don't know about you, bu

Thank you for a spectacular season!October 29th, 2014

The season is winding down, and what a season it was! From the ripe strawberries and tender asparagus in June, to the never-ending summertime sweet corn, all the way to the plethora of winter squashes

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