Intervale Farm has been part of the Tracy Family since 1936 when it was purchased by Rick's grandfather, Dick Tracy. It consist of 240 acres of fields, pastures and woodland. Janice and Bill, Rick's parents, ran the farm as a dairy until 1980. Rick began growing vegetables in 1980 and continues this tradition today with his wife Maureen, and his parents. We grow 12 acres of produce and cut flowers, raise plants in our three greenhouses, tend a flock of sheep and sell eggs from a flock of laying hens. The plants and vegetables on the farm are grown without the use of chemical pesticides.

Here's a little video Ben Geary (our nephew) took. He calls it Autumn at Intervale Farm.