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Sawmill Herb Farm is wholeheartedly committed to sustainable land-stewardship and providing top quality organically grown healing plants to the local community.

Through our educational programs and partnerships we aim to strengthen community awareness of medicinal herbs as a component of holistic health and bring the deep wisdom of nature connection into the community one seed at a time.

Our small herb farm was started in 2013 by Susan Pincus and is located on unceded land of the Nipmuc, Picumtuc and Nonotuck people, also known today as the Pioneer Valley of Western Massachusetts. We offer a fresh herb CSA providing a diversity of medicinal and culinary herbs throughout the growing season.

Year-round we offer tea blends, bulk dried herbs, culinary herb and spice blends, and a line of herbal extracts and body products. In the spring we fill our greenhouses with certified organic plant starts for gardeners.

Read more about some of the rich history of this land here and of Florence at the David Ruggles Center.

In the News

Hear us on the River with Monte and with Phil Korman of CISA.

Download and listen to this interview we had on Valley Free Radio’s Farm to Fork program about the farm and GFN.

Thank you to Leslie Lynn Lucio for this great article about Sawmill Farm in the Pioneer Valley Edible Magazine.

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Our relationship with Grow Food Northampton

Grow Food Northampton is a non profit devoted to furthering local agriculture and food security in the Northampton area. They are currently leasing us 3.5 acres of land next to their community garden plots in Florence, MA. We are thrilled to be partnering with an organization that is as passionate about organic local food as we are. They continue to be an amazing support system as we establish and develop our business. Check them out on Facebook, or at their website

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