Gibbet Hill Farm Dinners

Gibbet Hill Farm Dinners are back for 2021!   We bring the fork to the farm. Farm dinners will be conducted on the farm, on one long table, right alongside our crops.

Tickets are now on sale for the following dates: July 7, July 21, August 4, and August 18.

MENU

Our chef will start planning the menu just a day or so ahead of time, after determining which vegetables and fruits are ready for harvest. Due to the nature of this type of menu planning, we may not have a finalized menu until the day of the dinner. We can accommodate allergies, but with the style of this dinner, we will not know the modifications in advance. This dinner is an adventure and will primarily showcase items coming off our farm. Dinner will be four courses (three courses, in a combination of family style and plated, plus cocktail hour tastes.) Beverages will be provided and will include beer, wine and soft drinks.

PLAN YOUR VISIT

Seats are very limited for this event, as we will only be hosting up to 40 guests per dinner at our long farm table. Be sure to wear appropriate shoes, as this dinner will be held on the farm grounds. (Assistance will be provided for anyone unable to navigate the dirt road to the farm tables.) Guests will be invited to tour the farm and maybe even harvest some of the evening’s dinner!

FINE PRINT

Tickets are non refundable after July 19. The dinners will be held rain or shine. Should the weather be inclement, we will hold the event in the greenhouse or at The Barn at Gibbet Hill.The cost per person is $150 and includes four course meal, all beverages, tax, and gratuity.

PLEASE CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE A TICKET.

Gibbet Hill Farm Field School 2021

We are pleased offer a series of half-day workshops on Gibbet Hill Farm. These interactive events will be led by our knowledgeable team and include thoughtfully prepared fare from the farm. Space is limited for these workshops to ensure a small instructor-to-student ratio.

2021 Workshops

  • Bird Walk – SOLD OUT
  • Foraging – Click HERE for class details and to purchase tickets
  • Syrups & Shrubs – Click HERE for class details and to purchase tickets
  • Wine Pairing & Tasting – SOLD OUT
  • Cocktails – SOLD OUT

Stay tuned for information on our autumn semester!

 

2021 GIBBET HILL FARM CSA SHARES – SOLD OUT

Thank you for your interest in our Gibbet Hill Farm CSA, our shares are currently sold out.  If you would like to be added to a waitlist if there are openings, please email amy.severino@gibbethill.com.

Gibbet Hill Farm 2021 CSA

Beginning in June, shareholders can pick up their vegetable share at the Gibbet Hill Farm bull barn, located behind the Gibbet Hill Grill restaurant in Groton, MA.   Each week, our farmers will bring in the harvest of 10-15 different crops that will be pre-packaged in a box for shareholders to pick up from 2pm-6pm on Thursdays. 


CSA SHARE OPTIONS

Pick ups at the Gibbet Hill Farm bull barn on Thursdays from 2pm-6pm

Full Season Share (20 weeks) $700
June 10th-October 21th, 2021

Extended Season Share (24 weeks) $750
June 10th-November 18th

SOLD OUTHalf Share (12 weeks) $450
June 17th – November 18th – every other week
(Jun17, Jul1, Jul15, Jul29, Aug12, Aug26, Sep9, Sep23, Oct7, Oct21, Nov4, Nov18) 

Fat Moon Mushroom Share Add-On (16 weeks) $128
We are pleased to offer Fat Moon Mushrooms share. This 8 oz. share will feature a “Farmers Mix” which will include a variety of mushrooms such as Shiitake, Oyster, Pioppino, Chestnut, Lions Mane and others. The share will run for 16 weeks out of our 20 week share June 10-October 21 with no mushrooms available in the month of August.   

Pick ups at the Gibbet Hill Farm bull barn on Thursdays from 2pm-6pm


Amounts available for each crop will be predetermined by our farmer.  Some crops may be limited, and others abundant, depending on the week and weather. There will also be weeks in which shareholders can round out their weekly share with an array of pick your own herbs..

A CSA is entering into a deal with the farmer that they will weather the storm of the season, this means if the farm thrives the share will thrive, if certain crops fail then the shareholders might feel that as well.  At Gibbet Hill Farm we grow the highest quality seasonal produce for the Webber Restaurant Group restaurants and we are pleased to extend our produce to the community to join us as CSA members.  We focus on growing beautiful, high quality produce, that is nutrient dense, “beyond organic” (free of all conventional pesticides/herbicides).  Between us, the farm staff has over 15 years of experience growing organic vegetables.

PLEASE SEE FAQs below!

FAQs

WHAT IF I DON’T LIKE WHAT’S IN MY SHARE?

Becoming a CSA shareholder is an adventure!  We won’t know exactly what will be in your share until the day we are harvesting.  

NEW THIS YEAR: OFFER BOX!

If there are items in your CSA share that you cannot eat or do not particularly like, we will provide an “Offer Box” at the CSA pick-up location. You can add that item to the box for other members who might be interested in additional portions of that product. Please remember to peruse the Offer Box for tasty veggies to take, whether you have added some or not. 

WHAT HAPPENS IF I AM LATE OR MISS PICKING UP MY SHARE
If you know you can’t come to pick up, we would be grateful if you could notify us. If you are late picking up, the share will stay in the distribution area overnight.  If the farm team arrives the next morning, and there are any shares that haven’t been picked up, we will donate the share to a family in need. 

WHAT IS INCLUDED IN THE PYO HERBS?

Pick your own herbs include dill, basil, cilantro, and parsley.

WHAT SHOULD I BRING TO PICK UP?

Your share will be packed into a wax box for you to pick up the first week.  We ask that you return the box each week and we’ll have a second box with your share in it, and we will rotate your boxes each week. 

CAN SOMEONE ELSE PICK UP MY SHARE?

Yes. We don’t need to know that someone else will pick up your share! If they are not familiar with our CSA, please ask them to read these Frequently Asked Questions.

AS A COURTESY:

We will follow all state mandated safety guidelines for out distribution area.  We ask that only one shareholder at a time be in the distribution area. Please allow anyone who arrives before you to leave the distribution area before entering. 

Please no dogs on the farm.


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EXAMPLES OF HARVESTS BY MONTH

*Please note, this is not a menu of what will be in your share, but a guideline as to what we are forecasting to harvest these months and what you might see in your share in the corresponding months.  As a reminder, our crops are dependent on the weather and soil conditions and your share will reflect that each week. 

JUNE

beets, bok choy, bunched greens (kale & chard), carrots, kohlrabi, napa cabbage, peas, radishes, salad turnips, scallions

JULY

beets, bok choy, bunched greens (kale & chard), cabbage, carrots, cucumbers, green peppers, kohlrabi, napa cabbage, PYO herbs (basil, dill, cilantro, parsley), raspberries (black, red), salad greens (mustards, arugula, lettuce), scallions, summer squash, tomatoes (slicers, cherries)

AUGUST

beets, bunched greens (kale & chard), carrots, cucumbers, eggplant, hot peppers, napa cabbage, onions, potatoes, PYO herbs (basil, dill, cilantro, parsley), raspberries (black, red), salad greens (mustards, arugula, lettuce), sweet peppers, tomatoes (slicers, cherries)

SEPTEMBER

beets, bunched greens (kale & chard), carrots, cucumbers, eggplant, fennel, kohlrabi, leeks, onions, sweet peppers, hot peppers, PYO herbs (basil, dill, cilantro), radishes, salad greens (mustards, arugula, lettuce), salad turnips, shallots, tomatoes (slicers, cherries)

OCTOBER

beets, bunched greens (kale & chard), cabbage, carrots, celeriac, fennel, kohlrabi, leeks, napa cabbage, parsnips, purple top turnips, PYO parsley, radishes, salad greens (mustards, arugula, lettuce), salad turnips, shallots, storage radishes, winter squash

NOVEMBER

beets, bunched greens (kale & chard), cabbage (red, green), carrots, celeriac, fennel, kohlrabi, leeks, purple top turnips, PYO parsley, radishes, salad greens (mustards, arugula, lettuce), scallions, shallots, storage radishes, winter squash