In 1915, Polish immigrants Bronislawa and Andrejz Saja, decided to settle on a small farm in Dracut, Massachusetts. Beginning with just a few acres, through the 1920’s and 1930’s they would build up a milk business and grow hay, fruits, berries, and vegetables as they raised eight children and acquired adjacent fields.
When Bronislawa and Andrejz Saja passed away, second generation family members hayed and raised beef cattle. Sadly, in 1975 the large round roof barn burned.
When third generation Saja family member, Caroline Zuk was asked by her Aunt Helen to keep the farm from becoming developed and to use the land for agriculture, in 2005 she did just that.
Today the 56 acre Saja Farm, named for her grandparents is a full scale vegetable growing operation. Like generations before her, the new farm owner promises to live up to the same natural organic practices employed by previous generations to produce the good old fashioned taste and goodness folks are looking for in today’s produce market.
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