Improvements For A New Season

Improvements For A New Season

Back in November, Stearns partnered with the MetroWest YMCA to apply for a Food Security Infrastructure Grant from the state and earlier this spring, it was announced that we were awarded $30,000 to help renovate our wash station and increase our storage capacity. The...
No Mow May

No Mow May

Happy May everyone!  Our to-do list is beginning to grow with each passing week. We are in the midst of our Seedling Sale (thank you to everyone who pre-ordered and came to shop in person this past weekend!), planting things in the field almost every day,...
Sustaining Framingham’s Future

Sustaining Framingham’s Future

Thank you to everyone who attended Framingham’s Earth Day Festival on the Common! The weather was amazing and the turn out was incredible. We saw many familiar faces and also appreciated the opportunity to meet new community members. We were among good company at the...
Damping Off

Damping Off

In this week’s video I talk about a disease we sometimes see in the greenhouse this time of year. The problems can appear suddenly, but if you are growing at home, you may be able to identify the signs sooner. The amount of seedlings we monitor in the greenhouse...
Spring Work Hours & Volunteer Opportunities

Spring Work Hours & Volunteer Opportunities

Looking for some fun, fulfilling time outside? As the season starts getting busy, there will be numerous opportunities to help out at the farm! Note: any volunteer opportunities can count towards your work hour requirement. (Not sure if you need to complete work...
Stearns History Is Women’s History

Stearns History Is Women’s History

March is Women’s History Month, a time to discover and celebrate all the astounding and influential women who have come before us. I would like to take a moment and acknowledge the significant role women played in the creation and success of Stearns Farm.  The...