Keep Our Farmers Farming!
Berkshire Grown supports and promotes local agriculture as a vital part of the Berkshire community, economy, and landscape.
We do this by…
- Advocating for farmers
- Supporting good agricultural practices
- Fostering education and outreach
- Increasing community access to local food
- Networking farmers and food buyers
- Promoting locally-grown and produced food
- Promoting economic development by focusing on the viability of the agricultural economy
Berkshire Grown is the “go to” network linking farmers and the Berkshire community. Through events, workshops, promotions, advocacy and education highlighting locally-grown and produced food, Berkshire Grown helps to create a thriving local food economy.
Berkshire Grown is proud to be part of the Massachusetts Coalition for Local Food and Farms working in all regions of Massachusetts to strengthen local agriculture and increase the amount of local food eaten by Massachusetts residents.
What is Berkshire Grown?
Board of Directors
- Allison Rachele Bayles, President *
- Ariel Bock
- Tom Curtin, Treasurer *
- Laurily Epstein, Vice President *
- Sarah Gardner
- Jan Johnson
- Jake Levin
- Dawn Masiero
- Peter Platt *
- David Rosenthal
- Amy Rudnick
- Martin Stosiek, Clerk *
- Hester Velmans
- Lee Venolia
* Members of the Steering Committee of Berkshire Grown
- Margaret Moulton,* Executive Director, margaret (at) berkshiregrown (dot) org
- Megan Faller, Program Manager, megan (at) berkshiregrown (dot) org
- Alicia Rossie, Communications Director, alicia (at) berkshiregrown (dot) org
- Barbara Dohaney, Farmers Market Manager, Williamstown
- Martha Suquet, Farmers Market Manager, Great Barrington
Telephone 413-528-0041 | Fax 413-528-6241
Office Address: 314 Main Street, 2nd Floor Great Barrington, MA 01230
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 983 Great Barrington MA 01230
Berkshire Grown is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization.
Photos on the site: Jason Houston, Jonathan Hankin, Glenn Geiger, Christopher Blair
Watercolor by Stephanie Anderson