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Farmers' Markets

Year Round

Memorial Day-
Columbus Day
Every Friday
2-6 pm

3rd Sat, Monthly
10 am - 2 pm

Free Admission
to the
Farmers' Market

Ample FREE parking

Handicap parking available

underneath the grandstand 
off Rt. 3A

Marshfield Fairgrounds





Marshfield Fair
140 Main Street
Marshfield, MA
(781) 834-6629
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Marshfield Agricultural and Horticultural Society Sponsors the

                    Workshop Registration Options: 

                              Note: $5.00 late fee to register day-of event

     1.  On-line:  use quick links below near the descriptions

     2. In person:  during Farmers’ Market - see manager at Marshfield
         Fairgrounds    10 am – 2 pm on Feb 18, March 18, April 16



     3. Mail-in:  Click here  for the form - print, fill out, and mail in.



     Questions: call Lorrie (8 am – 8 pm only please) at 781-635-0889


Raising Hogs 

Saturday, April 22nd - ($25)

10:00 am - 12:00 noon

Quick-link to Buy Tickets: http://pigs.bpt.me

Course Description: This class is designed for anyone wishing to learn about raising their own pigs.  Peter Burrows of Vermont based Brown Boar Farm successfully grew from scratch a business raising pastured pork with his family.  Their premium pork products have won awards and are sold direct to consumers and fine restaurants.  Peter will talk about raising pigs with respect. Class will cover some breeds, methodology and care of the sow & piglets through market weight including, shelter, pens/space considerations, handling, health, feeding, processing and product options.  There will be plenty of opportunity for questions too.  

About the presenter:  Peter Burrows, although relatively new to farming, created Brown Boar Farm after a successful career in Information Technology. Since 2007, Brown Boar farm has become recognized as one of the Industry leaders in producing all natural, pastured raised pork without the use of non-therapeutic antibiotics or GMO feeds. Peter was a delegate to the first Slow Meat Symposium in 2015, a delegate to the national Pork Forum in 2016 and 2017, and is currently chair of the Northeast Pork Association. Peter splits his time between Vermont and a home in Marshfield.


Raising Chickens

Saturday, May 6th

2:00 - 4:00 pm


Click here to register

Course Description:  Love the local food movement? Ever thought you might like to try keeping your own chickens? Come join “The Chickeness”, Khrysti Smyth, of Yardbirds Backyard Chickens for a rundown of popular breeds, housing needs and design, feeding and care, health, laws and zoning, info on how to effortlessly mix chickens and neighbors, and everything else you might want to know about keeping your own backyard chickens.  Course materials will be provided, and each attendee will receive a signed Certificate of Course Completion.  Come find out whether keeping chickens might be a good addition to your garden, your kitchen, and your family’s overall health and wellbeing, and meet a few of her feathered Chicken Ambassadors too!



Mushroom Gardening

Saturday, May 13th - ($25)

12:30 - 3:30 pm

Quick-link to Buy Tickets: http://mushroom.bpt.me

Course Description: Dan Bensonoff begins with a classroom session followed by outdoor hands-on workshop.  This course teaches the techniques necessary to grow edible mushrooms in your landscape, whether it be a vegetable garden, perennial orchard or forest. We will discuss and demonstrate a number of low-tech growing methods including totem stacks which fruit in just 3 months for Oyster and 6-12 months for Lion Mane varieties , Shitake log cultivation, and wine cap companion planting. Each participant may take home a shitake log. By learning these simple techniques participants will be able to cultivate a
wide variety of gourmet and medicinal species.  There may be logs/totems or other materials available for purchase at the event. 

About the presenter:  Dan Bensonoff began his mycelial adventures as a child while foraging with his grandparents in the woodlands of CT.  Through his interest in ecology and local food production, he became attuned to the virtues of mushroom cultivation. Currently Dan lives in Roslindale and works as education events coordinator and policy director with the Northeast Organic Farming Association (NOFA/Mass).



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