Marshfield Agricultural and Horticultural Society
The object and purpose of the Society is the education, development, improvement, and promotion of our people in the theory and practice of agriculture, horticulture, mechanical arts, and all related fields by premiums and other means.
To become a member, an applicant must apply in writing through the Secretary to the Board of Directors.
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- President – Leonard S. LaForest
- Vice President – Janet Scribner
- Secretary/Treasurer – Carleton E. Chandler
- Auditor – Kaileigh Jarvis
- Stephanie Baker
- Kaileigh Jarvis
- Noel Powers
- Jeff Chandler
- Veronica Lahage
- Joseph Tamulis
- Richard Ingham
- David McDougall
- Chris Villano
- Karen Biagini
- William Frugoli
- Andrew Parks
- David Connor
- Frank Hartnett
- Linda Taddia
- Gerry Covey
- William Last
The premier event of the society is the annual Marshfield Fair held every August. The society also sponsors the Marshfield Farmers’ Market and educational workshops. In support of the Marshfield community, the society provides a base of operation for Community Christmas, started by Bud Nagle, a training site for local fire, police and sheriff departments and assists with the Food Pantry and Postal Carriers food drive. The fairground is also the site of the emergency animal shelter in a disaster and provides a meeting place for Beekeepers, Garden Clubs, 4-H training to name a few. The fair itself provides employment opportunities for area adults and young adults, revenue for Marshfield High School activities, and scholarships for Marshfield students. It supports local 4-H programs both in providing a venue to show their animals and also financially in awarding prize monies.
If you are interested in agriculture, horticulture or mechanical arts, and would like to join the society, call 781-834-6629 for more information.