About Us Wight Mans Farm


For over ninety years the Wightman Family has been growing and selling fruits and vegetables at the farm

In 1922, Albert Wightman and his wife, Laetitia, purchased the first of the land that was to become Wightman’s Farms. Albert planted fruit trees and vegetables and drove through the nearby town of Morristown selling his harvests. Gradually the customers began to come to the farm. Even today longtime customers remember the days when the fruit and vegetables were sold from a table under the mulberry tree across the street from today’s market and cider mill.

Today, members of the third generation of the Wightman family along with close friends continue the tradition of selling the fruits and vegetables grown on the surrounding land. The head farmer, Adam (featured below), has worked and farmed this land for over 25 years already starting as a teenager. He has ventured out over the years trying new farming techniques and seeds bringing the farm to new heights! 2017 begins the third year of the popular Wightman’s CSA program. Wightman’s CSA often includes new crops like Canteloupe, Garlic, and even Fingerling potatoes! The weekly boxes provide customers with local fresh produce and recipes to incorporate them into dinner. For more information check out the CSA tab.