Green Meadows Organic Farm Tour and Paleo Lunch!

About the farm:
Green Meadows is a 230 acre certified organic farm located 40 minutes north of Boston in Hamilton, MA. They raise grass-fed lamb, chickens for meat and eggs in mobile houses, and their pigs run free through the woods and are fed leftover vegetables from their farmstand.

For more information about the farm, visit

Green Meadows Farm is a property with a long history as a private estate. The main house has been dated in its central part to 1786. Successive owners added pieces to it over the years, hence its rambling character! Major and Mrs. George S. Patton Jr. bought the property in 1928. The Pattons lived here only occasionally until World War II, when Beatrice Patton took up residence, expecting to welcome her husband home from the war, to retirement. Unfortunately, an untimely vehicle accident caused General Patton's death in 1945, so he was never here in extended residence. Mrs Patton lived here until her death in the hunting field in 1953.

The farmstand is open daily from 8am – 6pm through December 23.

Fresh pastured pork, lamb, beef, chicken, and eggs (right from the farm!) are available for purchase. So bring a cooler with you. 🙂

Optional lunch is $15/person from about 12:30-1:30pm

Paleo Tour of the farm $5/pp from about 1:30-3:30pm

When RSVPing please note how many lunch tickets. They take all forms of payment when you arrive, but please do come if you RSVP (especially) for lunch because they are thawing burgers the day before and the excess food will go to waste!

RSVP Deadline for Lunch Monday June 4 by midnight!

Paleo (Gluten-Free) Lunch:
Grass-fed burgers with build your own sides (lettuce, tomato, side veggies)
Local fruit
Water, Unsweetened Iced Tea


We will email you once we get the final RSVP list for carpooling (if needed).


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