Shady Corner Farm can be found on a stunning field located on the Sherborn Rural Land Trust, where Grisha, and occasionally his daughter, cultivate two varieties of garlic, garlic scapes, and compost from October to July. Grisha learned of his love for farming during childhood visits to his family’s summer home, where they cultivated a garden full of vegetables. He formalized his farming education at UMass’s College of Natural Resources and the Environment, but it was only after college that he settled on garlic. Not only does Grisha love garlic for its ability to make bread taste even more delicious, but also for its suitability in storage and its healthy relationship with the local environment. Grisha is certified organic, picks all his garlic by hand, and is planning on working with the USDA’s Conservation Stewardship Program to help preserve soil nutrients through cover cropping. Garlic grown from Shady Corner Farm surely does not disappoint–put some garlic scapes on pizza or use Grisha’s garlic to make a yummy pesto for all your pasta and sandwich cravings.