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   Buy directly from the source when you visit our farm stores! Enjoy one-stop shopping for fresh produce and local goods, from heirloom tomatoes to creamy jersey milk. In addition to fresh Red Fire Farm produce, we also sell local beverages, salsas, dressings, cheeses, yogurt, and more throughout the open season. See a complete list below.

   In the spring, find healthy organic bedding plants like herbs, ornamental plants, flowers, hanging baskets, and vegetables including lettuces, tomatoes, eggplants, cucumbers, squash, tomatillos, peppers, and so much more!

Granby Farm Store

Our Granby farm store is located in the beautiful barn at 7 Carver St., Granby, MA 01033

Open April 24th 2017 through Thanksgiving.

Late Fall Hours:

Wednesdays – Fridays 12pm-5pm

Saturday & Sunday 11am-5pm

Open Tues 11/21 and Wed 11/22 for Thanksgiving shopping, 12pm-5pm.

Fall pumpkin picking and popcorn maze in late September and October! All kinds of seasonal produce. Full of beautiful organic flowers and vegetable plants in the spring! Plus lots of local foods like jersey milk, pickles, jams, flour, and more.

Since Ryan opened the farm in 2001,  a slow but steady transformation has occurred in the barn.  A farm stand area has been added and the cow stanchions were replaced with a walk-in cooler for local products like cheese and sauerkraut.  Parts of the barn have also been rebuilt into vegetable washing and packing spaces. 2015 marked our 15th year at the Granby farm location.

Montague Farm Stand

Our Montague Farm Stand is located at 504 Turners Falls Rd., Montague, MA 01351.

While we will soon be opening our new location on Route 63, spring will continue at Old Depot Gardens until the new space is ready. Stay tuned to our farm newsletters for updates about the new bakery and store!

Open May 1st 2017. Closed after Halloween. New Store opening after Thanksgiving.

7 days, 9am-8pm, Self-Serve

Located at the home of Jean and Paul Voiland, this property is where Red Fire Farm owner Ryan Voiland and his siblings first started selling pumpkins, berries, and other harvests on the side of the road over 25 years ago. This location is named Old Depot Gardens because of the old train depot was located near here, back in the old days.