Colfax Farm's Story
Colfax Farm, located in the southern Berkshire Mountains of Massachusetts,
is owned and operated by Molly Comstock. We grow organic vegetables, herbs, flowers and berries on approximately three acres of leased land in Alford, MA.
Molly spent ten years as a gypsy farmer, managing farms and growing food throughout the Hudson Valley and Berkshire regions. There have been many beautiful places provided by caring, generous folks that Colfax Farm has called home.
In 2018, the farm moved to an amazing location which we hope to call home for many years to come. Through the generous offer of Ray Wilcox of Twin Oaks Farm, we now operate on farmland that has been in his family for three generations. As Colfax Farm is a name taken from Molly's own heritage, she is thrilled to be able to continue to steward this farmland that has been so well cared for by another family’s dedication.
Our Farm Practices
All produce is grown organically, without the use of harmful pesticides or herbicides. We use no-till growing practices to retain soil structure, and increase the soil’s ability to absorb water, which in turn reduces soil erosion and runoff.
At Colfax Farm, our focus is on creating community and connection for our members and customers. We strive to be an integral part of our community, and foster an environment where people can develop a real relationship with their neighbors, their food, the land it is grown on, and the farmers who work to feed them.
Our Farm Products
Our farm products, including veggies, eggs, herbs and flowers, are available seasonally from approximately May through November.
Becoming a CSA member is the best way to enjoy the freshest produce, herbs and flowers on a regular basis, as well as have an immersive farm experience. Learn more about our CSA program here.
Our farm store is a convenient way to shop for what you need, as you need it. Selection is updated frequently as new items are harvested.
You can also find our produce at the West Stockbridge Farmer's Market on Thursday afternoons throughout the season.
Curious what's in season? Find out here.