Final Week of 2020 Season!
Friday Oct 2 11-6:30
Saturday Oct 3 9-3
Windham Farmers Market
Saturday, Oct 3 8:30-12:30
What We Offer
News & Updates
Hard to believe another growing season has come and gone! Every year presents different challenges to farming, and 2020 offered a wide variety of things to overcome: COVID, late frosts, drought, a prolific variety of pests from the rodent, mammal, avian and insect kingdoms. But what we were able to harvest was delicious!
We currently have tomatoes, potatoes, winter squash, carrots, garlic and onions, peppers, lettuces, greens, husk cherries, beets and sweet potatoes. We also offer local goat cheese, maple syrup, pickles, mustard and vinegar. Check out our farm stand on N. Raymond Road in Raymond ON Oct 2 & 3 and our booth at the final Windham Farmers Market on Saturday, Oct 3rd.
The local food producing community is very active all year around. Please consider making purchases from local producers when you can. We’re all in this together. Stay safe.
Thank you for supporting our farm.
Farmers Frank, Mike & Deb
About Our Farm
We are excited to be returning to our home state and putting the former Edwards Farm back into production as Mulberry Farms in Raymond, Maine. This beautiful property was for many years a dairy farm and its rich soil is ready to feed berry plants, fruit trees and a wide variety vegetable crops.
The tractors have been purchased, the barn expanded, the hoop houses erected and the farmhouse is nearly complete. Trees, bushes, roots, seedlings and seeds are settling in, blooming, leafing and growing like crazy.
Our journey is working the land we love and offering the local community a wide variety of healthy, tasty, organically grown produce.
Lettuce help you eat your vegetables,
Frank and Debbie Pecoraro
Frank Pecoraro – Farmer Frank is passionate about food, people, community and life in general. Stop by the farm stand or catch him in the field, and he will tell you all about the fresh, tasty, organic produce he is growing to put on the plates of local folks. Flavorful greens, crisp cucumbers, sweet berries and cherry tomatoes all have a story about what they need for soil nutrients, irrigation, sunlight as well disease and pest avoidance.
Debbie Pecoraro – Deb has her hands full keeping track of Farmer Frank. In addition to dotting the I’s and crossing the T’s as the office staff of one, she uses social media and advertising in local publications to keep our customers up to date with the products we have available as well as farm activities and projects. Deb is also the Finder of Lost Things such as keys, phones, hats, sunglasses, farmers and even the occasional misplaced tractor.
Mike Pecoraro – Experienced as a mechanic and a licensed electrician, Mike handles the irrigation, fencing, construction and repair projects on the farm in addition to field work and managing our seasonal help. He oversees the packing of our CSA boxes each week as well as summer camp and wholesale orders. He participated in MOFGA’s journey person program for two seasons, learning and sharing experiences with other farmers both novice and sage.
Customer liaison and farm procedures: Elizabeth
Seasonal help from Jamaica: Winston, Palmer and Davion
Farm stand: Wendy and Ashley
96 N. Raymond Road
Raymond, ME 04071