History

The Jennings Family came here after World War II and settled on the Beach Estate, which was an original grant from England. The land currently encompasses over 200 acres and is especially picturesque with Mount Greylock — the tallest peak in Massachusetts — soaring to the east. It was a subsistence farm for many years, as my father, Fred Jennings, was involved in logging and farm animal production.

Sketch of Jennings Farm

The original home burned to the ground in 1958, after which my father cut logs on the property and built a primitive log cabin with no running water. It was here my parents raised a family of five sons. We began our commercial maple syrup operation in 1980. The neighboring dairy farmer cropped the open land until he retired in 1985.

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November 17th

Come on down to Greylock Works! The doors just opened, come listen to some live music, sample some tasty local treats, knock out some holiday shopping, and support your local farmers, artisans and crafters! We’re here until 5pm!
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November 17th

Looking for a few last minute thanksgiving dinner ingredients, a hostess gift? Or maybe you want to knock out some holiday shopping? Just want to get out of the house?
Come see Jennings Brook Farm this Saturday at the South County Berkshire Grown market from 10a-2p at Muddy Brook Elementary School and at Greylock works from 10-3p! And on Sunday come to the North County Berkshire Grown Market 10-2 at the Williamstown Elementary School! #berkshiregrown #local #maplesyrup #berkshirefarmers #Greylockworks #supportlocal #eatlocal #farmtotable
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