If you're anything like me the holidays can be downright decadent. A wonderful five or so weeks of parties, delicious meals, gatherings, travel, all the wine and all the cheese. A great time was had by all, but January is the perfect time to reevalute what's important and make healthy choices to keep the winter doldrums at bay. The wallet and belt are inevitably tight this time of year, but follow our guide below and you will be back on track in no time!

-Leah Mojer, M&P

Eat fresh with healthy, weight-loss boosting

greens, vegetables and fruit

New in the market! An entire cooler filled to the brim with organic vegetables, zoodles, apples, greens, sprouts. We also have organic onions, sweet potatoes, garlic and more. 


Befriend our Citrus Table
Citrus is a powerhouse of vitamins, antioxidents, minerals & fiber that support weight loss, digestion & even brain function.

Citrus is here to help!


now available:
blood oranges

page mandarins

cara cara oranges
sweet limes
meyer lemons


Think positive! 

The health benefits of positive thinking are really astonishing and not widely understood by scientists.
Researchers continue to explore the effects of positive thinking and optimism on health. Health benefits that positive thinking may provide include:


Increased life span
Lower rates of depression
Lower levels of distress
Greater resistance to the common cold
Better psychological and physical well-being
Better cardiovascular health 
Better coping skills during hardships and times of stress


Hey, we'll take it! And while we are on the subject of mental and physical health, let us introduce you to:


Hudson Valley Seed Co is new kind of seed company- small, independent, farm-based, and dedicated to responsible and participatory seed stewardship. All varieties are open-pollinated, non-GMO, beautiful and tasty.

"We are a regionally based seed company in upstate New York. We hand craft our seeds on our small homestead farm focusing on heirloom varieties with histories in the Northeast. All of our varieties are open-pollinated, non-GMO, beautiful and tasty. We also support local artists by featuring their work on our seed packages"  - Hudson Valley Seed Co


Many of the varieties we carry can be started today-YES, TODAY, from seed! Read some tips and tricks from Hilary Armour, our GC Manager, on how to start your own "micro" micro green farm!


Growing greens indoor requires a warm windowsill and not much patience.  All seeds have a have growth timeline call Days To Maturity. This is listed in all seed catalogs, and tells you when to expect to begin your harvest of fully mature vegetables and fruits.  When harvesting for micro and baby greens, that timeline is greatly reduced. Many greens can be harvested in as little as 8 days after planting. Baby greens somewhere around the 20 day mark and braising greens at 52 days.  You can use a small plastic windowsill greenhouse, which when covered keeps humidity high and helps with sprouting.   Also, the plastic trays that you see bedding plants in are a great choice. Cover them with plastic wrap and achieve the same greenhouse effect.  You can also build an outdoor cold frame on a budget. Old double paned windows are fantastic for growing in winter.  When placed against the side of a shed or house facing south,  they creates a warm enough environment for these cold season crops to germinate. 


Follow this link for how to build your own cold frame 


Crops suitable for this are: Lettuces, Spinach, Kale, Radish, Tatsoi, and Komatsuna.  Also some vegetables that work well: Broccoli, Cauliflower, Cabbage, Beans (for bean sprouts).

Boost Your Mood with Plants!


Green plants clean the air & brighten moods but did you know they also help to:

reduce carbon dioxide levels
Increase humidity
Reduce levels of certain pollutants,
such as benzene and nitrogen dioxide
Reduce airborne dust levels
Keep air temperatures down


The winter months are the perfect time to slow down, grow and care for some whimsical air plants and succulents. We have many of each variety for sale at Bartlett's. Follow the links below to learn how to care for these little beauties.


Caring for your Air Plants
Caring for Succulents in Winter

Upcoming Farm Talks

Saturday, February 2nd at 11 am in the Market


The doctor is in! Join us on Saturday, February 2nd at 11 am in the market for an informative talk on keeping your houseplants healthy through the long winter. Garden Center Manager and plant extraordinaire, Hilary Armour, will be heading up the discussion and will answer questions about fertilizer, re-potting, dividing, pests and pruning. Bring in plants with visible issues for diagnosis and treatment tips!

Saturday, February 9th at 11 am in the Market


Join us on Saturday, February 9th at 11 am in the market for a deliciously healthy and informative talk on best practices for juicing fruits and vegetables for use in fresh juices and smoothies. Hosted by our own “produce guys” Nick Delacruz and David Winking, they will provide recipes and samples for attendees to sample! This event is free!

Saturday, February 16th at 11 am in the Hayloft


Join us on Saturday, February 16th at 11 am in the Hayloft for a lesson in JIN SHIN JYUTSU with Sheri Perelman.

Jin Shin Jyutsu is the Art of releasing tensions which are the causes for various symptoms in the body. Our bodies contain several energy pathways that feed life into all of our cells. When one or more of these paths become blocked, this damming effect may lead to discomfort or even pain. This blockage or stagnation will not only disrupt the local area but will continue and eventually disharmonize the complete path or paths of the energy flow. Through Jin Shin Jyutsu our awareness is awakened to the simple fact that we are endowed with the ability to harmonize and balance ourselves (in rhythm with the universe) physically, mentally and spiritually

What's going on in the Kitchen?


Lunch specials on WACK FM!
Our daily lunch specials are announced on 97.7 ACK FM at 8:20 AM each weekday so be sure to listen in!

There are two games left this football season, and both are a big deal. Make sure you're prepared with our finger licking good wings and ribs! Call ahead to place your order for pick up Saturday!


11:30 am - 4 pm
Half and Whole Racks of Ribs
come with Coleslaw & Cornbread

Chicken Wings are served with Celery Sticks and a side of Blue Cheese Dressing


Call 508.228.9403
to place your order


Product Spotlight; Goodnow Farms


Goodnow Farms founders Tom & Monica, in front of their farm in Sudbury, Massachusetts



"We’re often asked “why single origin?” and the answer is simple – much like coffee, different cacao beans have different flavors.  By using beans sourced from only one farm or region we’re able to highlight the distinct flavor characteristics of that particular bean. 


All of our bars are made here at our 225 year old farm in Sudbury, Massachusetts.   We start with cacao beans and sugar, and perform every step of the chocolate making process in-house, including carefully hand wrapping each bar.


We’re very proud of our chocolate and we hope you enjoy eating it as much as we do making it.  Please check back frequently as we’ll be adding exciting new origins and flavors on a regular basis!"

-Tom & Monica


Buy Tom & Monica's fabulous chocolate bars up by the registers on the chocolate shelves! They are so flavorful, one square a day will keep the sweet tooth at  bay!

Gifts on Sale by the Boat Load


75% OFF tons of gift items, clothing, housewares and more!


We're Hiring!


So far so good! Check out this list of Bartlett's Farm hires for this year from around the Globe!






















We need a friendly person who possesses a high level of responsibility and commitment to customer service. This is a great opportunity to become part of our core year-round staff with room for advancement and possibility of a full-time year-round position with benefits.
Fill out the Cashier or Cashier Supervisor on the Employment page at



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