A Historic New England Farm

A Place to Grow Since 1756

A Pesticide-Free CSA

Taste the Difference. Make a Difference.

A Place to Hike or Ride

312 Acres of Open Space and 10+ Miles of  Hiking and Horseback Riding Trails

A Friend to Neighbors in Need

We Donate Six Tons of Produce Annually

More than a Farm Store

One-Stop Shopping for Local Foods & Gifts

A Key Ingredient for Top Chefs

Award-Winning Chefs Serve Holcomb Farm Produce

A Place to Celebrate

Hold Your Special Event at Holcomb Farm

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SUPPORT THE FRIENDS OF HOLCOMB FARM

The Friends of Holcomb Farm is the nonprofit, member-based organization that oversees all the ways in which the farm serves people in Granby and beyond. Your annual gift of $25 or more makes you a member, and helps support the important work we do. We hope you'll join us, and connect with this special place -- this "jewel of Granby" -- Holcomb Farm.

WHAT IS FRESH ACCESS?

Check out this video, created by students from the University of Saint Joseph who conducted interviews at Holcomb Farm in 2022. It does a great job of explaining our Fresh Access program, through which we grow food for people in need.

 

VISIT OUR TREE TRAIL

Comprised of both mature and newly-planted trees, the Holcomb Tree Trail is located on the east side of Simsbury Road across from the main Holcomb Farm complex. Trees are labeled and the trail is marked with interpretive signs that teach visitors about not only trees, but wildlife, geology and more.

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4 days ago

🧄THANK YOU to all of the volunteers that came out to help us harvest garlic!! We harvested thousands of bulbs in under an hour!! Absolutely record breaking time!! 💪This volunteer group crushed it and now our 2024 garlic crop is ready to be cured 🧄

We will have more opportunities to volunteer if you missed this harvest!!

Thank you again !!
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🧄THANK YOU to all of the volunteers that came out to help us harvest garlic!! We harvested thousands of bulbs in under an hour!! Absolutely record breaking time!! 💪This volunteer group crushed it and now our 2024 garlic crop is ready to be cured 🧄 

We will have more opportunities to volunteer if you missed this harvest!! 

Thank you again !! 
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Thanks for the Garlic today at Senior center!

Looks like fun! Hope we get to join next year!

6 days ago

Spread the word. Quality, locally-grown food should be within everyone’s reach.We are excited to welcome our newest SNAP doubling (and very first CSA partner!) - Holcomb Farm - to our CT Fresh Match and True Match programs! 🎊

Holcomb Farm now matches ALL SNAP-eligible purchases of produce and non-produce items through their CSA & farm store Tuesday-Saturday until late October, allowing #SNAP users to get twice as many fresh, healthy, CT-Grown goodies. 💳🍅=🍅🍅

Thank you to Holcomb Farm for your partnership in making local food more accessible for #WestGranby and beyond! 🥔🥕🍞🍗🥩🥒🫑🍑

We've got quite a few new partners this season so stay tuned for future posts! Be sure to check the map for a participating market near you at: www.endhungerct.org/farmers-markets/.


#ctfreshmatch #EatFreshForLess #SNAPworks #snapdoubling #ctfarmersmarket #connecticut #ctfarmersmarkets

🤝Farm Fresh Rhode Island + End Hunger Connecticut! - CT Fresh Match
🤝Connecticut Department of Agriculture + End Hunger Connecticut! -CT True Match
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6 days ago

UPDATE: Ferdinand has been found!! Last seen entering Holcomb Farm's east side trails. If you're taking a walk on our trails after work, please keep an eye (and ear!) out for this little guy. Maybe bring a box of treats to shake. ... See MoreSee Less

UPDATE: Ferdinand has been found!! Last seen entering Holcomb Farms east side trails. If youre taking a walk on our trails after work, please keep an eye (and ear!) out for this little guy. Maybe bring a box of treats to shake.

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We were on the look out at the Granby’s tennis club courts this morning….off of Simsbury road. I hope he finds his way home.

So happy to hear this. Love salmon brook vet...they are the best.

YAY!!!!! I've been thinking about this poor little guy. So glad he's home.

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