Fitchburg Virtual Community Outreach Meeting
Monday, August 2nd @ 5pm EST
Green Meadows Farm will hold a virtual Community Outreach Meeting on Monday, August 2, 2021, at 5:00 PM for the proposal to site a co-located Adult Use Marijuana Retailer and Medical Marijuana Treatment Center at 50 Whalon Street, Suite C, Fitchburg, MA 01420. A presentation of the proposed Retail store will be given at the start of the meeting, followed by an opportunity to pose questions to Green Meadows Farms’ team members.
To attend the Virtual Community Outreach Meeting, please click on the Microsoft Teams link and join the meeting. No formal registration is required.
Please be informed that the meeting will be recorded and shared with the Cannabis Control Commission and Fitchburg Access Television, in accordance with state requirements for virtual Community Outreach Meetings. Attendees are invited to turn off their cameras if they do not wish to appear on screen. Attendees will be muted and are requested to submit any questions or comments via Chat. Closed captioning of the meeting is accessible in Teams via the meeting controls; select “More options …” and turn on live captions.
Questions may also be submitted in advance by email to email@example.com and will be shared and answered during the Community Outreach Meeting.
It Starts with Community
For many years, Green Meadows manifested its community values through organic, sustainable agriculture. Our cannabis products reflect those same values, as does our dedication to furthering public understanding of how these products can benefit personal health and wellbeing.
But we’re about more than quality cannabis. People are our main priority. It’s why we emphasize veteran and diversity hiring. It’s why our team is personally involved with the local community. And it’s why we’re proud to continue the legacy of charitable support for which the Patton family has long been known. For example, in 2012 Benjamin Patton founded the Patton Veteran’s Project to help veterans suffering from PTSD and social isolation. Ben’s sister, Helen, heads up the Patton Foundation in Europe to promote peaceful interaction through cooperative efforts across borders and political platforms. Their mother, Joanne, a Green Meadows advisor on philanthropy and veteran outreach, was named an Essex Heritage Hero in 2013 for her support of area programs supporting veterans, special needs adults, and child welfare.
Our Commitment to Southbridge
We’re thrilled to participate in the revitalization of Southbridge, located just minutes off I-84, I-90 and Route 20 between Worcester and Sturbridge. Settled in 1730, the community became a thriving industrial center with sawmills, gristmills, and textile mills. In the 20th Century it earned the nickname “Eye of the Commonwealth” for its leading role in optical manufacturing.
Today, the town faces an exciting renaissance. A multi-million dollar renewal project has attracted new businesses and sponsors to its downtown area, portending a robust future. Green Meadows is one of those businesses – and proud to be so.
Local Organizations We Support
Featured Local Businesses
Fins & Tales
Located in the historic Delahanty Building on Main Street, Fins & Tales serves a variety of American fare. You can also choose from an extensive wine list and specilaity cocktails at their beautiful, handcrafted bar.
Sturbridge Coffee Roasters
Serving fresh roasted coffee and beans, by the cup or pound. Comfortable seating and light lunches have made Sturbridge a popular destination since they first opened in 2004.
Southbridge Hotel & Conference Center
This premium meeting and events venue features grand spiraling staircases, well-appointed rooms, and 24,000 sq. ft. of meeting space. It’s all in a historic setting, overflowing with New England charm.
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.