Growing Trust with Local Farmers

Why buying food from local farmers we know and trust is best for our communities, our health and our planet.



Trust Tomatoes
‘Trust’ tomatoes.
Photo courtesy AMY KLIPPENSTEIN & PAUL LACINSKI
Sidehill Farm
Movable greenhouses and row covers extend the growing season at Sidehill Farm in Ashfield, Mass.
Photo courtesy AMY KLIPPENSTEIN & PAUL LACINSKI
Heirloom Tomatoes
Heirloom tomatoes for sale at a farmers market.
Photo courtesy AMY KLIPPENSTEIN & PAUL LACINSKI
Potting Plants
Potting plants.
Photo courtesy AMY KLIPPENSTEIN & PAUL LACINSKI
Market Basil Eggplant
Basil and eggplant to be sold at the farmers market.
Photo courtesy AMY KLIPPENSTEIN & PAUL LACINSKI
Tomato Greenhouse
Growing tomatoes and basil under cover provides extra warmth and produces spectacular results.
Photo courtesy AMY KLIPPENSTEIN & PAUL LACINSKI
Tomato Trellises
These trellises are used to grow pole beans during the summer. In winter, the structure is converted to a hoop house for growing salad greens.
Photo courtesy AMY KLIPPENSTEIN & PAUL LACINSKI
Covered Tomatoes
The tomato greenhouse at Sidehill Farm in Ashfield, Mass.
Photo courtesy AMY KLIPPENSTEIN & PAUL LACINSKI
Paul Lacinski Amy Klippenstein
Paul Lacinski and Amy Klippenstein raise non-certified organic produce at Sidehill Farm, in Ashfield, Mass.
Photo courtesy STEVEN HOPP
Sidehill Farm Ashfield
Sidehill Farm in Ashfield, Mass.
Photo courtesy AMY KLIPPENSTEIN & PAUL LACINSKI

















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