Brigham Farm Stand is open for 2021!
Now open seven days a week!
We are asking that all customers park in the lot in front of the farm stand.
Please pay at the farm stand after selecting plants at the greenhouse.
In order to keep our customers, our employees, and our community as safe as possible during the Covid-19 pandemic, the following CDC and Commonwealth of Massachusetts regulations and guidelines for public safety will be implemented.
All customers and employees are required to wear a facial covering on the premises.
Please observe social distancing guidelines by remaining at least 6 feet away from other people when possible.
In order to help maintain social distancing, the number of customers shopping in the greenhouses at any given time will be limited.
Throughout the day staff will routinely sanitize counter tops, credit card machines, and all other surfaces that are used by staff and/or customers.
Thank you for your understanding and your support as we get through this difficult time together. ☮
If you have any questions, please feel free to call us at 978-287-4334 and we will return your call as soon as possible.
Your one-stop shop for healthy veggie sets to plant in your garden, brilliant annual and perennial flowers, artistic hanging baskets, and gardening soil & compost.
Starting in late June, come to Brigham Farm Stand for fresh vegetables, fruits, berries, and cold drinks.
Strawberries in June. Corn all summer. Pumpkins in fall. We also sell Christmas trees and wreaths starting on November 30th.
Come and stop by! Our summer corn is well known for being the sweetest around.
Find Brigham Farm at several local Farmer's Markets this summer!
- Maynard, https://maynardfarmersmarket.com/
- Medford, https://medfordfarmersmarket.org/
John Brigham, a wheelwright who made wooden wagon wheels, purchased the farm on Fitchburg Turnpike in the 1820s. The farm was a typical New England subsistence farm for several generations, with a few horses, cows, pigs, and chickens, raising food for home consumption and selling any surplus. Early in the 1900s Harry Brigham became a market gardener growing rhubarb and other crops for sale at retail and to the Boston wholesale market. His son George Brigham grew crops for the Boston market and for other local farm stands, also continuing retail sales at our own stand. After the second world war, George specialized in sweet corn, leasing a number of parcels of farm land, most of which are now occupied by houses, schools, and office buildings. The sixth generation, Jane Brigham Bailey and Charles (Chip) Poutasse, operate the farm and farm stand today, with a home farm of five acres and about 12 acres of rented land. Brigham Farm specializes in sweet corn and offers an array of other farm-grown produce, fruit, and flowers for sale at its stand. A companion business, Brigham Greenhouses, sells vegetable and flower seedlings at the start of the growing season, and hardy mums in the fall.
May 2021 –Our positions for summer workers have been filled, but most of them return to school in mid-August. We are looking for people to work from mid-August through late September, part-time or full-time. These positions may be suitable for active retired persons or young people on a gap year. Send inquiries to email@example.com.
Brigham Farm is a small family farm and greenhouse business located on one of the oldest farms in Concord Massachusetts. We hire for the summer and fall seasons. We hire 6 to 10 full or part-time workers each year. Working at Brigham Farm for many young people is their first real job!
Responsibilities include many aspects of the farm operation including retail sales at our on-site farm stand, selling produce at local farmers markets, and delivering greenhouse plants to local vendors. Other duties include harvesting corn and other vegetables, loading the farm truck for farmers markets and plant deliveries, weeding outside gardens and display areas, and other duties as needed.
- Interest in farming and/or greenhouse production
- Ability to work independently and in a team environment
- Willing and able to work in all weather conditions
- Occasional moderate to heavy lifting (40 - 50 pounds)
- Good communication skills, good attitude, and willing to assist customers
- Experience a plus but not required
- Work is available May through October. Full-time or part-time hours.
- Flexible schedule can be arranged. Please note that housing is not provided.
Please e-mail us your letter of interest – firstname.lastname@example.org
The Farm Stand is open!
Now open seven days a week.
82 Fitchburg Tpke, Concord, Massachusetts 01742, United States
Farm Stand (978) 287-4334 Call us May-October and November-December. - Sometimes we're out helping a customer, so please leave a message or try again.
09:00 am – 06:00 pm