An Elevated Experience
Great atmosphere, service, and products define our Massachusetts dispensaries in Southbridge and Fitchburg. Come try our Green Meadows organic cannabis products and enjoy the care our team provides to each visitor.
Green Meadows Fitchburg
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.
People aren’t always sure what to expect. Maybe it’s their first time here. I welcome them, and make sure they feel comfortable.”
As a consumer, the cannabis world is your oyster – especially if you’re in Massachusetts. With over 200 recreational dispensaries in the state, you have your pick. However, the best dispensaries in Massachusetts do more than just sell you quality cannabis products at a good price. At Green Meadows, we are committed to making a […]
Each cannabis plant has its own unique characteristics — that’s part of the fun of buying new cannabis products at a dispensary, right? If you’re a regular consumer, you might enjoy opening a canister to smell your new cannabis flower. Over time, you may come to enjoy the taste or effects of a particular strain. […]
Supporting Veterans with Bob Patton, Co-Founder & Chairman of Green Meadows, a family-owned company whose founders hail from generations of military renown, applying a legacy of integrity, quality and responsibility to the production and sale of premium cannabis in the Massachusetts market.
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.