Our Story

Warner Farm is one of the oldest and longest running family farms in New England. Ten generations of Warners have farmed here in Sunderland since the 1720’s. Father and son Mike and David Wissemann continue that legacy by growing a wide range of crops on 150 acres of fertile river valley soil, offering CSA shares and wholesale produce throughout Massachusetts.

The Warner’s, originally from England, migrated to America in the 1620s and settled in Sunderland (then called Swampfield) in the 1720s.

Eleaser Warner1694-1776
Seth Warner1729-1769
Gideon Warner1757-1837
Chester Warner1791-1875
Levi Warner1818-1896
Chester Warner1854-1940
Raymond Warner1893-1974
Charles Warner1922-2003
Kim Warner & Mike Wissemann1955-Present
David Wissemann1987-Present

David in 1995 celebrating 275 years of farming in Sunderland.

As a 10th generation family farm, we understand the importance of growing practices that nourish the soil and that promote the health and biodiversity of the land we farm, and the surrounding area. We have been feeding our community the freshest, healthiest, and purest produce for over 250 years, and we have protected that legacy by preserving 70 acres through the Massachusetts Agricutural Preservation Restriction Program.

Learn about our farming philosophy.


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Warner Farm
23 S. Main Street
Sunderland, MA 01375

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