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Welcome to FarmingisLife!

Welcome to FarmingIsLife! Nestled in the heart of Winchendon, MA, our family-owned 64-acre haven utilizes regenerative farming methods to cultivate a diverse selection of culturally relevant and heirloom crops. Our mission, deeply rooted in our local community and extending to the city of Boston and surrounding regions, is to provide nourishing, sustainably-grown, and naturally-cultivated produce. We are fully committed to enriching our soil, fostering biodiversity, and nurturing a healthier ecosystem, all while delivering the freshest and healthiest produce to our valued customers.




We Believe in

Working with nature.

Sustainable Agriculture

Sustainable farming is a method of agriculture that seeks to balance economic viability with environmental and social responsibility. This approach aims to meet the needs of the present generation without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. This is achieved through the use of practices such as conservation tillage, crop rotation, integrated pest management, and the use of renewable resources. The goal is to create a farming system that is economically profitable, environmentally sound, and socially responsible.

Naturally-grown Agriculture

Naturally grownagriculture is a method of farming that prioritizes the use of natural and sustainable farming practices, such as crop rotation and the use of natural fertilizers, while avoiding the use of synthetic chemicals, pesticides, and genetically modified organisms (GMOs). This approach aims to produce food that is healthy, nutritious, and free from harmful chemicals, while also promoting soil health, biodiversity, and the overall health of the environment.

Regenerative Agriculture

Regenerative agriculture is a holistic approach to farming that seeks to restore and improve the health of the soil, water, and ecosystem as a whole, while also producing food. This approach involves practices such as crop rotation, cover cropping, no-till farming, and the use of natural fertilizers, as well as the integration of livestock and the restoration of natural habitats. The goal is to create a self-sustaining system that supports the health of the environment and produces healthy, nutritious food.

A look into the future

A small farm with big goals!

One of our goals at FamingIsLife is to grow delicious food year-round in New England. This is significant because traditionally, the harsh New England winters make it difficult to grow crops year-round, and many farmers have to rely on imported produce during the off-season.

By growing food year-round, can provide local consumers with fresh, nutritious, and locally-grown produce all year long, reducing the need to import food from other regions. This not only supports the local economy by keeping money in the community, but it also helps to reduce the carbon footprint associated with transporting food long distances.

When food is transported long distances, it requires significant amounts of fuel, which leads to greenhouse gas emissions and contributes to climate change. By eating locally-grown food, we can reduce the need for transportation, thereby reducing our carbon footprint and helping to mitigate climate change.

In addition to reducing our carbon footprint, eating locally-grown food also supports the local economy by creating jobs and supporting small businesses. When we purchase food from local farmers, we are investing in our community and helping to build a more sustainable food system.

At FamingIsLife, we are committed to growing delicious, healthy, and sustainable food year-round in New England, while also supporting the local economy and reducing our carbon footprint. We believe that by working together, we can create a more resilient, sustainable, and equitable food system for everyone.