A Heritage of Service and Support
Green Meadows embodies a family legacy of supporting and serving others. Founded by descendants of General George S. Patton, Green Meadows carries deep traditions of organic farming, positive community engagement, and support of military veterans. Our products and customer service reflect this by always focusing on each visitor’s needs and wishes. We’re passionate about cannabis, yes. Ultimately, we’re passionate about you.
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You’ll find us in a historic, restored 19th century mill building in downtown Southbridge, minutes north of the Connecticut border. Our large cultivation and extraction facility, deploying organic and environmentally responsible methods throughout, is located under the same roof as our dispensary.
People aren’t always sure what to expect. Maybe it’s their first time here. I welcome them, and make sure they feel comfortable.”
Reducing energy use is top of mind for environmentally conscious cannabis extraction companies that want to operate in a sustainable manner. Ben Bourque, EVP of Cannabis Production at Green Meadows, is interviewed in Marijuana Business Daily.
(SOUTHBRIDGE, MASS.) April 8, 2021 – Today Green Meadows Farm (Green Meadows), a cannabis company recently launched by the Patton family based in Southbridge, Mass., announced the appointment of Benjamin Bourque as executive vice president for cannabis production. In this role, Bourque will lead a team of approximately 30 growers and processing professionals in the […]
Green Meadows Farm welcomed a steady stream of adult use customers, including first customer Robert LeDuc, an Eagles Club Trustee, Vietnam veteran and long-standing pillar of the Southbridge community.
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We Support Veterans
Green Meadows was originally a produce farm established on land purchased by George S. Patton in 1928. The Patton family continues to honor the General’s legacy through its commitment to diversity employment and to helping veterans and their families cope with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, social isolation, and pain-related issues.