Guided Tour of Caretaker Farm
This is the third in a series of site visits to area Working Lands to meet the people who work them!
Caretaker Farm’s 35 acres are a beautiful mix of cropland, pastures, and woodland tucked into a scenic valley. Two ponds, a vernal pool, and the Green River mark the land, with views of the Taconic Range, Green and Berkshire Mountains in the distance. With pigs, chickens, and a huge variety of crops, this working farm has a rich history, much of it focused on community. It is one of oldest community supported farms in the country, and the Caretaker team is about connecting people to the land via local agriculture.
One of the Caretaker farmers will lead the group on a walking tour around the property sharing information about the farm, its history, and what the team does.
(Note: Depending on recent weather, the paths around the farm can get a bit muddy.)
Registration is required and is limited to 20 participants. Tickets are free for members and $3 per person for non-members. (Under 5 are free.) If you want to become a member, your admission for all Working Lands visits will be free. Become a member.
Meet at Caretaker Farm on Saturday, May 14th at 10:00 a.m.
Please register using the form below.
Cancellations call (413) 458-2494.
Bookings are closed for this event.