COVID-19 INFORMATION FOR FARMERS AND CONSUMERS

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Acushnet

Ashley’s Peaches
1461 Main St
(508) 763-4329
www.ashleyspeaches.com
Ashley’s Peaches specializes in tree ripened fruits, picked fresh daily. Open starting at 1 pm. Please call for availability.

Braley Orchards
1189 Main St
(508) 991-0693
Family owned & operated farm, growing apples, peaches, pumpkins, tomatoes, squash, zucchini, cukes, cranberries & offering corn, jams, jellies, fudge & relishes, as well as quilts & crafts. Open mid-July to November. Open 7 days a week, 9am-6pm.

Chipaway Stables & Cattle Co.
152 Quaker Ln
(508) 763-5158
www.chipawaystables.com
Chipaway Stables grows fresh native beef, no additives or preservatives. They sell whole or half steers & ground beef by the pound. Ground beef is 90% lean, USDA certified. Leading sales stable in Southeastern Mass. Mass Farm Bureau horse farm of distinction for 17 consecutive years.

Howland Farm
206 Mendall Rd
Small roadside stand. Apples and berries.

Keith’s Farm
1149 Main St
(508) 763-2622 | info@keithsfarm.com
www.keithsfarm.com
Keith’s Farm is a family business and offers a wide selection of the best produce and a variety of berries. In the spring, summer, and fall, the farm stand is a showcase for fresh farm-grown seasonal fruits, vegetables, and plants. Your family will have the freshest, tastiest, and highest quality vegetables and fruits, harvested daily for the best taste. Keith’s also offers hayrides and pick your own strawberries, blueberries, apples, and pumpkins.

Perry Hill Orchard
35 Perry Hill Rd
(508) 995-6799
Starting late summer with the harvest of Georgia and White peaches, Perry Hill also offers a variety of fruits and vegetables that include heirloom tomatoes, pumpkins, quince, pears, and squash. They have homemade jams that are made on the farm from all of their own fruits. Also selling pure honey that is harvested from the farm’s own bee hives. Apple varieties include: McIntosh, Macoun, Honeycrisp, Liberty, Freedom, Cortland, Baldwin, Matsu and Golden Crisp. Call for more information.

The Silverbrook Farm
934 Main St
(617) 435-6557
www.thesilverbrookfarm.com
The Silverbrook Farm is a fully operational agriculture facility serving the Southern New England Region. Family owned and operated for nearly two decades, with their famous homemade pies, horse-drawn hayrides, expanding produce and livestock programs, and colorful seasonal Events, Silverbrook Farm is becoming the standard in traditional products and entertainment. Offering Produce and Meat CSA shares. The Farm Store is open on weekends May through December.

Attleboro

2 Friends Farm
81 West St
(508) 455-0532
www.2friendsfarm.com
2 Friends Farm is a certified organic, nutrition focused farm that’s bringing life-giving wheatgrass and micro-greens to the surrounding area. 2 Friends is an innovative farm located inside a historic Attleboro mill building, where unused space was turned into the finest indoor grow facility. Find 2 Friends’ products in local grocers and on top of your favorite dish at many fine dining establishments and catered events.

Pine Valley Farm & Gardens
626 Lindsey St
(508) 431-4336 | pinevalleyfarmngarden@gmail.com
PVFG is a neighborhood farm that supplies fresh, wholesome vegetables to a health conscious community. PVFG has the same respect and reverence for the soil as the Native Americans who cultivated and cherished their farm before colonial times. It is their pledge to strive to keep this land pristine for future generations to come by sound, sustainable farming practices.

Level Acres Farm
359 Highland Ave
(508) 399-8226 | levelacresfarm@gmail.com
www.levelacresfarm.com
Level Acres Farm is a garden center and farm market selling seasonal vegetables and baked goods. They provide high quality products and customer service. They aim to offer a pleasurable shopping experience with both convenience for quick purchases and leisurely browsing through unique, diverse, and fun merchandise. They take pride in building positive relationships with their customers, suppliers, and the community.

Berkley

Chamberlain Farm
12 Friend St
(508) 880-2817 | chamberlainfarm@comcast.net
www.chamberlainfarm.com
The Chamberlain family has owned and operated the farm since 1969. The main crop was, and still is, butternut squash. In the mid 90s, they added cranberry bogs, and more recently, a beautiful wooden pavilion. The pavilion is used to host parties, weddings, and other functions during the spring through the fall. The farm is also available for field trips and birthday parties where kids can enjoy a hayride and pick their own pumpkins and cranberries.

Coutinho Farm
25 Algerine St
(508) 930-6532
The Coutinho farm is located on 24 acres of lavish green land in Massachusetts. The abundance of crops is hidden from the street by many thickly settled trees. Once you set eyes on the Coutinho family farm, you can really feel their passion for continuing the tradition of running a farm. The farm was established in 1976. Find their fruit, veggies, and produce at area farmers’ markets!

Heart Beets Farm
181 Bayview Ave
(508) 822-6919 | heartbeetsfarm@gmail.com
www.heartbeetsfarm.com
Heart Beets Farm is a certified organic vegetable farm that focuses on CSA and wholesale production.

Hill Hollow Farm
116 South Main St
(508) 922-8284
Farm fresh eggs, veggies, and hanging plants for sale. Also offering farm manure and compost.

Bridgewater

Hanson Farm
600 Pleasant St
(508) 697-4003 | hansonfarminc@verizon.net
www.hansonfarm.com
Selling fruit and veggies, including sweet corn, eggs, honey, firewood, and hay. Also visit them for ice cream! Farm stand open May through December; self-service during winter months.

Wildwood Farm
35 & 38 Walnut St
(508) 212-6163 | tunewicz@yahoo.com
Agricultural products include raw honey, organic eggs, turkeys for Thanksgiving & Christmas (limited availability). Value-added products include soaps, balms, elderberry honey syrup, wool, and crocheted products. Some items are seasonally available.

Brockton

Gerry’s Farm
810 Pleasant St
(508) 586-3371
Gerry’s Farm, est. 1921, is a local, family owned farm stand supplying Southeastern Massachusetts with the freshest locally grown fruits and vegetables, as well as seasonal treats such as ornamental corn, wreaths, and Christmas trees.

Brookline

Allandale Farm
259 Allandale Rd
(617) 524-1531 | allandale@allandalefarm.com
www.allandalefarm.com
Allandale Farm’s farm stand features their own fresh picked produce as well as a wide variety of other locally produced goods.  From New England-made cheeses to locally roasted coffee, they pull from the region’s best small food producers to provide an array of exceptional foods for customers.

Canton

Brookwood Community Farm
11 Blue Hill River Rd
(339) 502-0826 | info@brookwoodcommunityfarm.org
www.brookwoodcommunityfarm.org
Brookwood Community Farm is committed to serving local communities through a community supported agriculture program, education, and volunteer and employment opportunities. The farm is helping to ensure that all individuals have access to healthy, fresh, affordable foods through the development of new markets in underserved communities and through relationships with local hunger relief organizations. Their produce can be found on-site at their farm stand and at local farmers’ markets.

Pakeen Farm
109 Elm St
(781) 828-0111 | info@pakeenfarm.com
www.pakeenfarm.com
From June through November, members of the multi-farm CSA collect their share of freshly harvested vegetables and fruit, as well as eggs, naturally-leavened bread and many other farm goodies!  In September and October, anyone can visit the farm during business hours for pumpkins, apples, hot ciders, donuts, and more. Christmas tree season begins on the day after Thanksgiving and generally lasts until the weekend before Christmas.

Carver

Cape Cod Select, LLC
73 Tremont St
(508) 866-1149 | crhodes@capecodselect.com
www.capecodselect.com
Cranberries for all seasons! This family has been harvesting cranberries In Southeastern Massachusetts for 70 years. At Cape Cod Select, they select only the ripest, freshest fruit to package for you and are proud to provide you with a premium quality product. From flower to package, Cape Cod Select strives to integrate all the latest sustainable technologies and pledge to do their share in protecting the environment. Frozen at the peak of freshness, these premium cranberries are now available year-round in gourmet food stores and supermarkets throughout the U.S.

Fieldstone Acres Tree Farm
143 Plymouth Rd
(781) 588-9588
Fieldstone Acres Tree Farm specializes in Christmas trees and is only open in November and December. Please call for more information.

Fresh Meadows Farm
43 North Main St
(508) 866-7136
www.freshmeadowscranberries.com
The family owned operation at Fresh Meadows Farm allows customers the opportunity to purchase locally grown, fresh harvested, organically certified cranberries. The relatively small size of their farm coupled with over 40 years of experience growing cranberries and the full vertical integration of this operation, allow them to make available to our customers a high quality product at a competitive price.  Enjoy the numerous nutritional and medicinal health benefits of fresh organic cranberries!

Cohasset

Holly Hill Farm
236 Jerusalem Rd
(781) 383-6565 | cprenticehollyhillfarm@verizon.net
www.hollyhillfarm.org
Local, organic agriculture and environmental education. Come visit the farm stand on Thursdays and Fridays, take a walk through the trails, and see the barnyard animals. The farm hosts Summer Camp for ages 3-18, a teen “farm to food pantry” program, farm to table dinners, school field trips, Girl Scout adventures, and birthday parties.

Dartmouth

24K Heirloom Tomatoes
538 Horseneck Rd
(508) 954-2165 | bob@24k-heirloomtomatoes.com
www.24k-heirloomtomatoes.com
Farming 8 acres of tomatoes in South Dartmouth.

Brix Bounty Farm
449 Bakerville Rd
(508) 992-1868
www.brixbounty.com
The Goal at Brix Bounty Farm is to produce and promote the production of nutrient dense foods, grown using sustainable methods with a focus on improving soil health for long-term viability. Brix Bounty’s produce is grown without chemical pesticides or herbicides. They strive to improve food security through community projects that increase knowledge and awareness of sustainable production techniques. Farm stand open seasonally.

Copicut Farms
11 Copicut Rd
(508) 205-9304 | copicutfarms@gmail.com
www.copicutfarms.com
Copicut specializes in pasture-raising animals, which means that grass and legumes comprise a significant portion of their diets, and except during the harshest winter months livestock are free to forage on chemical-free pastures. Pasture-raised poultry, pork, and eggs are a healthy choice, with less cholesterol, less saturated fat, more omega-3’s, and higher levels of essential vitamins and nutrients than can be found in their conventionally-raised counterparts. Copicut owns and operates their own State-licensed poultry processing facility which allows them to hand-butcher all of their poultry right on-farm.  Customers can be sure that livestock is treated with the utmost respect and care.

Dartmouth Orchards
515 Old Westport Rd
(508) 992-9337 | dartmouthorchards@gmail.com
www.dartmouthorchards.com
Whether you’re looking to sip on some award-winning ciders, taste delicious jams and jellies, or go apple picking with some friends, Dartmouth Orchards has it all. Dartmouth Orchards has developed over three generations of family care offering treats, treasures, and memories that you won’t find anywhere else. Leave all your troubles behind and come say hello!

Eva’s Garden
105 Jordan Rd
(508) 636-5869 | eva@evasgreengarden.com
www.evasgreengarden.com
What started as Eva’s  backyard family garden in 1972, has developed into a certified organic farm specializing in culinary herbs, greens, and flowers. Most of the produce is bought by Boston area chefs and Whole Foods. Deliveries from Eva can include wild foraged plants and vegetables from other nearby farms. She is exploring the microbes that make growing and eating healthier for humans and their planet. She experiments with wild edibles and parts of plants that are not well known.   In 2014, she became the first farmer to receive Wellesley College’s prestigious Alumnae Achievement Award.  Eva’s Garden is the subject of a book called Wild Flavors written by Chef Didi Emmons. It is available at many libraries, book stores, and online.

The King Farm
449 Bakerville Rd
(508) 989-9163 | danielhking@me.com
www.thekingfarm.com
The King Farm is a multi-generational family farm located in South Dartmouth, Massachusetts. With family roots digging back to the early 19th century, The King Farm has grown through many facets of farming since the early 1800s, but the farm is now focused on providing agricultural products and services directly to customers. Working with 120 acres of beautiful farm land, The King Farm offers seasonal vegetables at their roadside farm stand, hay for horses, goats, cows and all manner of farm animals and yard projects. They also sell hardwood, cordwood, and all sizes of field stone.

Paskamansett Farms
742 Tucker Rd
(508) 990-7859 | tom@paskamansettfarms.com
www.paskamansettfarms.com
27 acre farm raw milk dairy farm. State licensed raw milk produced from Jersey and Holstein cows. Raw milk, fresh eggs, pork, and seasonal veggies are available on the farm.

Pocasset Orchards
1427 Old Fall River Rd
(508) 995-5019
Grower of apples, apricots, blueberries, nectarines, plums, pears, peaches and pluots. Pick-Your-Own blueberries and apples, open Saturday afternoons 2-6pm. Please call ahead before PYO, as some Saturdays the orchard is closed. Cortland and Macintosh varieties. Sell retail at farmers’ markets in New Bedford and at the orchard, Saturday afternoons.

Round the Bend Farm
92 Allens Neck Rd
(508) 938-5127 | info@roundthebendfarm.org
www.roundthebendfarm.org
Round the Bend Farm (RTB), a Center for Restorative Community, located in Dartmouth, Massachusetts is a working farm and educational non-profit. They are a living laboratory that cultivates, educates, and empowers people of all ages. They are devoted to the global paradigm shift toward hope and abundance by valuing diversity, modeling nature, and redefining wealth.

Silverbrook Farm
592 Chase Rd
(508) 264-9064 | silverbrookfarm592@gmail.com
www.silverbrookdartmouth.com
Silverbrook sells a wide range of products including vegetables, fruits, cut flowers, herbs, mushrooms, honey, free range eggs, jams and mustard. All produce is grown without the use of pesticides or herbicides. CSA shares available June through October. Visit the farm stand or find them at a farmers’ market this season!

Dighton

Alanda Farm
2685 Horton St
(508) 252-4003 | alandatunis@yahoo.com
Alanda Farms is a family farm raising sheep and lamb. Offering wool products for sale year round. Selling USDA inspected meats.

Araujo Farms & Greenhouses
1522 Williams St
(508) 669-6988 | araujofarms@aol.com
www.araujofarms.com
Araujo Farms & Greenhouses is a large family owned and operated garden center. They are growers of herbs, annuals, hanging baskets, perennials, mums, pumpkins, and many varieties of gourds and winter squash. Their seasonal gift shop is filled with treasures for each season. They host classes and events on the farm. Please call for more information.

Bayberry Farm & Flower Co.
1841 Maple St
(774) 218-2150 | dawn@bayberryblooms.com
www.bayberryblooms.com
Bayberry Farm and Flower Co. offers professionally designed floral arrangements and handmade floral gifts, farming in North Dighton, MA. They grow some of the same varieties found at traditional flower outlets PLUS unique and exciting varieties not found anywhere else! From seasonal market bouquets, bouquet subscriptions, all-occasion arrangements, sympathy and funeral flowers, DIY “Buckets of Flowers,” and dried flowers to full-service event floral design and installation. They love what they do and it shows in their work! Serving Dighton, Rehoboth, and surrounding areas.

Lane Gardens
1758 Somerset Ave
(508) 989-7759 | lanegardens@gmail.com
Naturally grown vegetables, fruits, herbs, and eggs from pasture raised chickens. Find them at farmers’ markets with their fresh herbs, fruits, and vegetables including strawberries, rhubarb, squash, tomatoes, cabbage, potatoes, onions, broccoli, carrots, spinach, kale, lettuce, radishes, beets, cucumbers, peppers, basil, cilantro, and more.

Under the Sun Farm
1050 Williams St
(774) 872-0278 | farm@underthesunllc.net
www.underthesunfarmstand.com
Under the Sun Farm is a family run, year-round, diverse produce farm and farm stand. Filled with fresh, locally grown produce, the farm stand offers locally raised meat, eggs, milk, and honey. Stop in and indulge in fresh baked muffins, pies and cookies or grab a quick and delicious lunch. Enjoy the seasons and explore the farm with pick-your-own berries and cut flowers, spring greenhouse flowers, bedding plants, fall mums, pumpkins, gourds, winter decorations, and Christmas trees. CSA shares available. Find seasonal hours for the farm stand on their website, and follow along with the Farmers on Facebook!

Dover

Powisset Farm
37 Powisset St
(508) 785-0339 | mgilbert@ttor.org
www.thetrustees.org/place/powisset-farm
What makes Powisset Farm a special place? The restored farming operation, a CSA program on a landscape with a history of pastures and planted fields dating back three centuries. Take a leisurely walk through the farmstead – complete with chickens and pigs – then follow an easy, one-mile loop trail past woodlands and wetlands through the far reaches of the 108.5-acre property. You are always welcome to stroll down the farm lane, say hello to the pigs, and admire the rows of vegetables and herbs. Beyond the cultivated land, Powisset Farm features an upland oak forest, a pair of brooks, vernal pools, and wooded wetlands. You’ll enjoy broad views across furrowed croplands and thick hayfields; the latter attracting white-tailed deer, wild turkey, and grassland-nesting bobolinks.

Duxbury

White Gate Gardens
687 Union St
White Gate Gardens’ honesty stand is open May – October, selling eggs and plants, including tomato plants. Look for their sunflowers, zinnias, squash, and Swiss chard, too!

East Bridgewater

Beaver Brook Farm
645 Summer St
(774) 240-7004
The K&B Pumpkin Patch at Beaver Brook Farm is dedicated to producing and selling high quality pumpkins and autumn vegetables without the use of chemicals, while also educating the customer about buying local. They have a friendly environment where customers feel welcome while supporting and improving the land.

C.N. Smith Farm
325 South St
(508) 378-2270
www.cnsmithfarminc.com
Farm stand and garden center, offering many different fruits and vegetables in season. Pick-your-own offered for strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, peaches, apples and pumpkins. Hay rides on weekends in September – October. Retail store hours 7 days a week, 9am to 5pm, May – December.

Rhineland Acres Farm
709 Plymouth St
rhinelandacres@comcast.net
www.rhinelandacres.com
Breeders of hair sheep – more healthy meat – less fat content – less mutton taste. Also raising and selling peafowl, chickens, pigeons, doves, emu, Painted Desert Sheep, and German Shorthaired Pointers. Sales visits are by appointment only. Please email rhinelandacres@comcast.net for more details!

Easton

Copper Kettle Farm
(508) 535-5739 | rory@copperkettle.farm
www.copperkettle.farm
Herbs, flowers, veggies, seedlings & berries grown with love in North Easton, MA. Over 30 varieties of basil from all over the world, gorgeous cut flowers for weddings and events, culinary & medicinal herbs of all kinds, spicy & hearty garlic, and a wild diversity of other crops.

Langwater Farm
209 Washington St
(508) 205-9665 | thefarmers@langwaterfarm.com
www.langwaterfarm.com
Langwater Farm is a family-owned farm growing certified organic vegetables & fruit on gorgeous fields in Easton, MA. They believe that fresh produce tastes better and is more nutritious, and they work hard every day to bring good food to your table. Open May – Christmas, Tues – Sun 10am-6pm; January – April,  Sat 10am-2pm.

Fairhaven

J.H. Beaulieu Livestock & Produce Farm
151 Alden Rd
(508) 496-9209 | allnaturalbeef@comcast.net
www.joebeaulieufarm.com
Naturally grown, field-raised beef. USDA inspected, cut to specifications, blast frozen and vacuum sealed. Pasture raised chicken and eggs. Also selling pumpkins, gourds, hay and cornstalks at our farm stand on weekends in October.

Foxboro

Oake Knoll Farms
70 North St
(774) 219-6257
www.oakeknollfarms.com
Small, farmstead cheese-maker. Selling fromage blanc and asiago cheeses, as well as raw milk, grass-fed beef, and veal. Newly-expanded retail store offers a wide selection of more locally-sourced cheeses, seafood, baked goods, and more!

Franklin

Fairmount Fruit Farm
887 Lincoln St
(508) 533-8737
www.fairmountfruit.com
Make sure to plan your visit to the farm this fall for a day filled with apple picking, fritters, and fun! The farm will have several varieties of apples to pick this year with the bakery tent and grill open on weekends. Don’t forget to stop into the farm stand to check out other tree fruits, hydroponically grown vegetables, fresh eggs, dairy products, Dom’s Meats and more!

Gianetti’s U-Pick Blueberries
557 Union St
(508) 528-9430 | gianettisupickblueberries@gmail.com
www.franklinblueberries.com
Family owned U-Pick Blueberry farm that’s been in business for over 30 years. Bring your own containers. Open every Friday and Saturday Mid July – Late August.

Freetown

McKenna Acres
64 Richmond Rd
(508) 846-8419 | melissam333@comcast.net
McKenna Acres is a small family farm located in Southeastern Massachusetts that raises registered Border Leicester sheep and market lambs.

Halifax

Nessralla Farm Store
318 Plymouth St
(781) 293-6792
www.nessrallafarm.com
Nessralla Farm is a produce farm offering fresh grown fruits, vegetables and other farm fare throughout the seasons in Halifax, MA and surrounding areas. Nessralla believes that growing all of their own farm goods is not only cost effective, but they are proud to sell locally grown products and produce knowing that they’re providing the freshest quality when it comes to farm fresh foods.

Hanson

The Blueberry Farm
698 W. Washington St
(781) 447-1584
The Blueberry Farm is a U-Pick farm open from early-July through August, (weather and crop permitting). Call ahead for picking conditions and hours.

Lipinski’s Farm
19 Franklin St
(781) 293-3440
Selling fruit, veggies, herbs, eggs, and nursery items.

Hingham

Weir River Farm
140 Turkey Hill Ln
weirriverfarm@thetrustees.org
www.thetrustees.org/place/weir-river-farm
Weir River Farm is one of over 100 properties of The Trustees of Reservations. Opened to the public in 2000, they have been working with the community to increase agricultural offerings. Selling fresh eggs, grass-fed belted Galloway beef, pasture raised pork, pasture raised Icelandic lamb and wool, and fresh veggies. The trails surrounding the property are free and open to the public daily from sunrise to sunset. Please park in the parking lot on Turkey Hill Lane for access to the farm/trails.

Holliston

Boston Honey Company
45 Chestnut St
(508) 429-6872 | evan@bostonhoneycompany.com
Boston Honey Company is a family owned apiary that produces artisanal honey and honeybee related products, while providing local farms with pollination.

Kingston

Cretinon’s Farm Stand
86 Landing Rd
(781) 585-5531
Family owned and operated for over 50 years! “Watch our garden grow!” is their motto! Open until the end of October, then open the day after Thanksgiving with trees/wreaths, etc.

Crooked Barn Flower Farm
187 Main St
www.crookedbarnflowerfarm.com
Crooked Barn is a family-owned flower farm specializing in unique flower varieties while practicing sustainable methods. They offer custom florals bouquets through their CSA program, farmers markets and offer full service for weddings and events.

Maribett Farm
269 Elm St
(781) 588-4255
www.maribettfarm.com
Maribett Farm has more than 30 years of experience organically growing and raising food for Kingston and the surrounding community. They offer fresh eggs and farm-raised broiler chickens, and a variety of vegetables and fruits, as well as educational workshops and community-building activities. Maribett Farm uses organic and permaculture growing practices wherever possible and deeply values their connection to the earth and our region.

Lakeville

Elliot Farm
202 Main St
(508) 947-5954 | elliotfarmcsa@gmail.com
www.elliotfarm.org
For the past 23 years, family-owned Elliot Farm has provided southeastern Massachusetts with quality, native produce at prices that cannot be beat. Founder Kenneth Elliot, 57, has been farming for over 35 years, and welcomed his two children into the family business at the ripe ages of 10 and 8, now 33 and 31. Son, Ken, and daughter Deanna spent their summers picking zucchini and weeding rows of sunflowers – all before the morning dew had the chance to dry. Now, as proud co-owners, the siblings are determined to keep agriculture in their community for generations to come.

Golden Hour Tulips
5 Myricks St
info@goldenhourtulips.com
www.goldenhourtulips.com
Golden Hour Tulips in Lakeville, MA is the only tulip farm in the state. They let you enjoy picking beautiful tulips with your friends and family exclusively at their U-Pick farm. With around two acres of fields, they are among the few farms in the United States that grow more than 200,000 tulips.

Little Compton, RI

Cluck and Trowel Farm
119 Pottersfield Rd
(508) 542-0434 | cluckandtrowel@gmail.com
www.cluckandtrowel.com
A small family farm, Cluck and Trowel raises pastured soy-free eggs, poultry and heritage pork as well as a variety of seasonal produce. They are committed to growing the highest quality food for your family. Cluck and Trowel is proudly certified organic by Baystate Organic Certifiers! Their farm stand & CSA is open/available June–October, year-round soy-free eggs, pastured pork, and chicken. Some wholesale available (eggs and produce), please inquire by email.

Skinny Dip Farm
(401) 592-0237 | skinnydipfarm@yahoo.com
www.skinnydipfarm.com
Skinny Dip Farm is a certified organic family farm, growing 5 acres of vegetable, flowers, and herbs in Westport, MA and Little Compton, RI. They grow a wide variety  of produce, including year-round salad greens. They sell their produce at local farmers’ markets (in Westport and Plymouth), through a CSA (with pickups in Little Compton and Plymouth), through an online store, and to local restaurants and caterers.

Wishing Stone Farm
25 Shaw Rd
(401) 592-0285
www.wishingstonefarm.com
All totaled Wishing Stone farms about 40 acres around town, with over 15 greenhouse structures, a packing barn, a commercial kitchen and a retail market space. Much of the land is made possible from conservation practices set up by the Nature Conservancy, Sakonnet Preservation Associations, and the Little Compton Agricultural Agency, along with other private landowners. They welcome the public and CSA members to swing by the farm Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays to pick up organic vegetables, eggs, prepared food items and much more!

Mansfield

Flint Farm
789 East St
(508) 337-6473
www.flintfarmstand.com
Flint Farm is a family owned and operated business that offers a variety of goods and services from early spring to late fall. There is also a corn maze each fall. They also have a selection of Christmas trees and wreaths to kick off the holiday season. Currently run by fifth and sixth generations of Flints, this family farm has been “keepin’ it fresh” since 1868, when it was originally established in Mansfield and where it continues to grow and evolve thanks to hard work and lots of local love.

Marion

Great Hill Dairy
160 Delano Rd
(888) 748-2208 | tim@greathillblue.com
www.greathillblue.com
In 1997, on the shores of Buzzard’s Bay, Tim Stone began his cheese business at his family’s historic Great Hill Dairy. Tim found that he could make an exceptional blue cheese with the milk from the many local dairy farms surrounding him. Using only raw, non-homogenized milk, his recipe was unique in several ways.  The resulting Great Hill Blue cheese quickly won acceptance as one of the premier blue cheeses in America.

Marshfield

Nessralla Farm
1200 Ocean St
(781) 834-2833
www.nessrallas.com
Nessralla’s is here to supply the finest quality plants and expert knowledge needed to grow a successful garden or choosing plants for the most colorful flower beds. The wide array of perennial plants, annual flowers, hanging baskets, rosebushes, ornamental grasses, hydrangeas, vegetable plants, herbs, garden supplies, firewood, and seasonable produce offered is of the highest quality.

Peavey Farm
252 Tea Rock Ln
(781) 837-8288
Peavey Farm is a small farm in Marshfield that has alpacas, sheep, goats, and chickens.

Medway

Medway Community Farm
50 Winthrop St
(508) 321-1286
www.medwaycommunityfarm.org
Medway Community Farm provides locally grown food through Farm and Workplace CSA shares, farm store offerings, community garden plots, and participation in the SNAP and HIP programs providing healthy food to those who need it most. Medway Community Farm provides open trails, outdoor classes, pick-your-own food options, or just opportunities to sit and hear the birds sing. They actively connect community members to the farm by providing volunteer opportunities in gardening, animal care, youth, and adult education. They do this while using conservation and sustainable practices.

The Pumpkin Farm
72 Milford St
(508) 404-5701 | thepumpkinfarmmedway@gmail.com
www.thepumpkinfarmmedway.com
Not just pumpkins! The Pumpkin Farm produces beef, lamb, pork, goat, chicken, eggs (chicken, duck & goose) and vegetables, too! Their self-serve honor system farm stand is open to the public daily from 8am to dusk. They sell in a barn-style garage in Medway, conveniently located just one mile from Route 495. They grow on rented fields in Millis to provide food for the local community using sustainable farming practices.

Middleboro

Back Acre Farms
194 South Main St
(508) 367-6860
Back Acre Farm has over 10 acres of U-Pick Pumpkins of all sizes – from jack-be-littles to large carving pumpkins. Also selling an assortment of unusual gourds and winter squashes (buttercup, butternut, and acorn), corn stalks, hay bales, and local apples. Offering hayrides out to the pumpkin patch, and a 2 acre corn maze for both kids and adults to enjoy.

Back Azimuth Farm
(774) 406-7214
backazimuthfarm@gmail.com
www.backazimuthfarm.com | Facebook
A 1-acre market garden style farm located in Middleboro, specializing in growing small batch quantities of fresh produce and vegetables using natural and organic principles. They strive to produce a continuous rotation of nutrient-rich produce that is in sync with the region. This will be achieved through various bio-intensive farming methods that focuses on soil fertility. They never use any form of synthetic chemicals! With these guiding principles, intensive management strategies, and focus on soil health, Back Azimuth Farm is committed to delivering a true farm-to-table experience.

Freitas Farm
32 Wood St
(508) 981-9906
Family-owned Middleboro farm for 4 generations, selling a variety of fresh produce, flowers, and herbs at farmers’ markets around Southeastern Massachusetts.

Lolans Farm
121 Thompson St
(508) 558-9205 | lolansfarm@hotmail.com
Family owned dairy farm milking 45 registered Holsteins. Members of Agri-Mark / Cabot Cooperative. Seasonal retail farm stand offering garden vegetables, eggs and local fruit. Also growing pumpkins, gourds, straw, and cornstalks for fall decor.

Patti’s Patch
225 Wood St
(508) 947-6886 | patzimm@aol.com
Patti Zimmerman has operated “Patti’s Patch” as a modest roadside stand for more than a decade and guarantees the freshest vegetables, including cucumbers, zucchini, squash, tomatoes, and peppers.

Plato’s Harvest Organic Farm
(508) 315-9429 | davepurpura@yahoo.com
www.platosharvest.wordpress.com
A small 3 1/2-acre organic farm in Middleboro, MA growing healthy happy food, nutrient-rich soil, and a great community of food-lovers and friends. Selling through CSA and area farmers’ markets.

Soule Homestead
46 Soule St
(508) 947-6744 | info@soulehomestead.org
www.soulehomestead.com
The mission of the Soule Homestead Education Center is to support and maintain a community based nonprofit education center for the benefit of area schools and the general public while preserving and enhancing the historic Soule Homestead. Hands on learning opportunities include environmental programs, organic farming activities, traditional crafts, and cultural events.

Wolf Trap Hill Farm
(415) 660-6586 | tpkrusell@gmail.com
www.wolftraphill.com
Wolf Trap Hill Farm is a regenerative farm, farming on Wampanoag homeland. They raise pastured poultry and grass-fed beef, using organic and locally-sourced feed for their animals. They also produce shiitake mushrooms, honey, seasonal produce, and custom milled lumber sourced from their own forest. In addition to farming, they own and operate a commercial fishing vessel (Divergence) out of Green Harbor in Marshfield.

Millis

FreshBox Farms
info@freshboxfarms.com
www.freshboxfarms.com
Since 2015, Millis, Massachusetts has been home to this completely-controlled vertical farm. In true New England form, FreshBox Farms by Crop One Holdings is on the frontlines of the industry in scalable, sustainable, and innovative agriculture, but also wicked local. Every day, blizzard or heat wave, FreshBox Farms plants, picks, and packages clean, fresh, ready-to-enjoy leafy greens right around the corner. You may find FreshBox Farms produce at Roche Brothers and other local retailers!

Tangerini’s Spring Street Farm
139 Spring St
(508) 376-5024 | tangerinifarm@gmail.com
www.tangerinisfarm.com
Tangerini’s Spring Street Farm is a 65-acre fruit and vegetable farm located in Millis, MA. Every season brings something new to the farm. Spring is all about gorgeous plants from their greenhouses. Summer brings plenty of produce, U-Pick activities (strawberries, juneberries, blueberries, wildflowers, and sunflowers) and ice cream. Fall is for pumpkin picking, apple picking, hayrides, birthday parties, and much more! Tangerini’s also features a full-service farm-to-table restaurant called The Farmer’s Porch. The Farmer’s Porch showcases seasonal menus that highlight their seasonal produce and other local products.

Bogastow Farm Project
243 Ridge St
(508) 794-9003 | bogastowfarmproject@gmail.com
www.bogastowfarmproject.com
Bogastow Farm Project is a small diversified farm that offers vegetables, fruits, herbs, eggs, and meat. Along with organically grown (but not certified) food, also offering great wool, goat milk soap made by a local artisan for the farm using the farm’s milk and herbs, and educational and family friendly workshops that help connect to the outdoors and nurture independence.

Needham

Needham Community Farm
(781) 343-1106 | info@needhamfarm.org
www.needhamfarm.org
The Needham Community Farm (NCF) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Their mission is to deepen the community’s connection to nature and the food system by providing farm-based education, increasing access to healthy produce, and encouraging environmental stewardship (responsible use and protection of the natural environment). They focus on raising awareness of the widening food gap and engaging the community in action to address this gap. The produce grown is distributed via a mobile market to Needham Housing Authority sites and also the Needham Community Council Food Pantry.

Volante Farms
292 Forest St
(781) 444-2351 | info@volantefarms.com
www.volantefarms.com
A place for all seasons! Volante Farms offers fresh produce, nursery items, and wreaths. The farm also sells ice cream and has a kitchen and deli. Check out the Volante Farms website to see what events are happening on the farm!

Norfolk

Four Acre Farm
15 Diamond St
sean@fafnorfolk.com
Growing various vegetables and raising meat and eggs. Pasture raised pork, turkey, honey, and eggs available.

Jane and Paul’s Farm
33 Fruit St
(508) 528-0812
Jane and Paul’s is a family-owned seasonal farm stand that has some great strawberry and blueberry picking in the summer and in the fall apple picking, pumpkin patches (with hay rides out to the fields), and a corn maze. This special family-run business also features a small indoor farm stand with some of the freshest just-picked fruits and vegetables you’ll ever find, including corn, tomatoes and squash. There’s also a nice variety of plants for sale, an animal display with goats, chickens for the children to see, and an intricate corn maze.

Ziegler’s Market Garden
237 Main St
(508) 431-3620
www.zmg.com | Facebook
A small-scale vegetable farm in Norfolk, MA founded in 2016 and providing fresh, organically grown produce to the local community.

North Attleboro

Country View Farm
97 Ellis Rd
(954) 552-0898
Fresh pumpkins and hay available in season. Call for details.

Fairland Farm
364 Hickory Rd
(401) 529-6535 | kavnurse@hotmail.com
www.fairlandfarm.net
Fairland Farm LLC grows and harvests various types of berries and supplies the fresh fruit marketplace through a dry-picking method. They also serve all other cranberry interests with wet-harvesting. Find their cranberries at area farmers’ markets or order online.

Miller’s Family Farm
500 Allen Ave
(508) 369-8338 | rmillercompany@gmail.com
www.millersfamilyfarm.net
Offering tag and cut trees, along with fresh cut trees, wreaths, and local artisan crafts in the barn. Roast marshmallows in front of the campfire, weather permitting. Come browse the farm, have a hot drink, and enjoy the season with your family! Please check the calendar on the website for movie times, Santa visits, other events, and weather advisories. Don’t forget your camera for a picture in front of Santa’s workshop.

Norton

Second Nature Farm
Crane St
(774) 266-0431 | info@secondnaturefarm.com
www.secondnaturefarm.com
Second Nature Farm strives to provide the local community with nutrient-rich vegetables that are produced in a sustainable manner and free from pesticides or chemical fertilizers. As a corollary to this, the farm seeks to connect people to the food they eat, and in doing so create a general awareness of how the decisions we make regarding food impact more than ourselves. Second Nature Farm strives to be a helpful resource for those beginning their own growing endeavors, so that more people may experience the rewards and satisfaction of nurturing and eating their own food. Find them at area farmers’ markets!

Norwell

Hornstra Farms
246 Prospect St
(781) 749-1222 | info@hornstrafarms.com
www.hornstrafarms.com
The Hornstra Family has proudly provided Grade A quality milk and dairy products to generations of South Shore families. Pure, wholesome, farm fresh milk and cream are bottled right on their Norwell Farm. They also craft old-fashioned farm made ice cream, as well as farm churned butter. Minimal pasteurization is a family tradition, which is why their milk has a sweet farm flavor that you won’t forget, as well as the nutritional benefits that Nature intended. Call to arrange to have Hornstra Farms milk in old-fashioned, reusable glass bottles, as well as many other healthy and nutritious products, delivered to your door step.

Norwell Farms
246 Prospect St
(781) 733-9572 | info@norwellfarms.org
www.norwellfarms.org
Norwell Farms fosters a community that nurtures its soil and animals, enjoys the benefits of local food production, and promotes sustainable agriculture in New England. To facilitate this goal, they farm without the use of chemical herbicides, pesticides, or synthetic fertilizers and are in the process of becoming Certified Organic. Norwell Farms is farming at Hornstra Farm.

Plymouth

Earth Defenders, Inc.
(774) 283-2596
btbacci@gmail.com
Earth Defenders, Inc.’s mission is to protect and restore the earth in order to create a safe and habitable environment for all of the creatures and biosystems that inhabit the world. While they are global in their mission, they are local in their focus with the aim of preserving, restoring, and protecting one special place at a time.

Plympton

Bogside Acres
177 Main St
bogsideacres@gmail.com
www.bogsideacres.com
Bogside Acres is owned and operated by husband and wife team of Cassander Gilmore & Erin Williams. They offer pastured raised beef & chicken, which can be found at their online farm store, local farm stands, and seasonally at the Kingston Farmers’ Market. They are also the owners of The Bog at Benson’s Pond located in South Middleboro. The original 1940’s screenhouse sits on hill overlooking a picturesque 40-acre cranberry bog and is available for functions and farm-to-table events.

Plympton Poultry
Main & Cross St
(781) 254-0527
www.plymptonpoultry.com
Plympton Poultry is a collaboration between two Plympton FarmHers, Kathryn Shepard of Revival Farm and Erin Williams of Bogside Acres. They raise cornish cross broiler chickens for farm fresh meat. The chickens are moved daily in the tractors to fresh grass with ample room to do what chickens to best, scratch and peck! The chickens’ pasture diets are supplemented with locally milled, all natural, chemical and additive free grain to help them grow. The finished product is a delicious, tender 4 to 6 pound chicken roaster. You can purchase the chicken fresh at Sauchuk Farm, the Kingston Farmers’ Market, or online.

Prospect Hill Farm
30 Prospect Rd
(781) 608-2389
Founded in 1990, Prospect Hill Farm is a 10 acre farm run by Rebecca Lipton. They are certified organic and offer eggs, heirloom veggies, blueberries, and more.

Revival Farm
Cross St
www.therevivalfarm.com
Revival Farm is a small, pasture raised livestock farm owned by Kathryn and Justin Shepard. They currently breed and raise Berkshire/Tamworth/Yorkshire cross hogs year round and seasonally raise Cornish Cross broiler chickens. Their goal is to provide the best life possible for all their animals by giving them unlimited access to sunshine, fresh air and pasture. Their products can be purchased on their website, at their farm pop-up shop, and at the Kingston Farmers’ Market. For dates and times of the pop-up shop please visit their website and join the mailing list.

Sauchuk Farm
53 Palmer Rd
(781) 585-1522
www.sauchukfarm.com
Sauchuk is a 200-acre diversified family farm established in 2002 with a farm stand. They practice integrated pest management (IPM) and use organic growing methods. In 2007, they opened the first large-scale corn maze south of Boston and they also offer a pumpkin patch. Over the next several years, Sauchuk Farm will be establishing an orchard of apple, peach, and pear trees, as well as additional acreage of pick-your-own blueberries and strawberries. Since all their produce is harvested by hand and sold locally, Sauchuk Farm selects varieties according to taste rather than shipping and storage ability.

Sunrise Gardens
94 Center St
(781) 585-6035
Sunrise Gardens carries a full line of annuals, perennials, vegetable plants, vegetables, herbs, hanging plants, mum plants, pumpkins, cornstalks, Christmas trees, wreaths (including custom decorated wreaths) – as well as roses and nursery stock. Also offering mulch, loam, seasoned firewood, camp wood, and landscaping services. Selections flow with the seasons!

Raynham

Freedom Food Farm
471 Leonard St
(978) 884-7102 | freedomfoodfarm@gmail.com
www.freedomfoodfarm.com
Freedom Food Farm is a regenerative, four-season, organic farm producing vegetables, grain, pasture-raised eggs and grass-fed meat. The mission of the farm is to provide healthy, nutritious food to members of local communities while being good stewards of the land. FFF has a farm store, CSA, and offers workshops and events on the farm throughout the summer. Farm stand is open Fridays 2-6pm and Saturdays 10-2pm.

Lovely Day @ Olson’s Greenhouses
590 South St E
(508) 822-1151 | matt@olsonsgreenhouses.com
www.lovelydaygardens.com
Lovely Day at Olson’s Greenhouses is a retail garden center that sells potted annuals and perennials to the general public. The flowers are grown on site in 6 acres of greenhouses. They also offer wholesale accounts for garden centers and landscapers. They have a full line of herb and veggie starts as well as tropicals and flowering bushes and shrubs. Their plants are strong and healthy as they only travel a few hundred feet from their growing houses to their farm stand, Lovely Day.

Rehoboth

Anawan Farm
70 Anawan St
(774) 565-4376 | pam@anawanfarm.com
www.anawanfarm.com
Anawan Farm is a small family run farm offering fresh herbs, non-GMO corn, a variety of certified organic vegetables including green and red peppers, summer squash, zucchini, snap peas, bush beans, pumpkins, beets, cucumbers, kohlrabi, kale, red and green cabbage, red onions, white onions, carrots, broccoli, as well as several varieties of lettuce and so much more! They also have seasonally-themed hayrides along with u-pick sunflowers, snap peas, and green beans. For more info, follow them on Facebook or visit their website.

Bateson’s Apple Farm
68 Barney Ave
(508) 336-8356
Orchard apples, homemade pies with hand-rolled crust and the freshest ingredients, assorted breads, jams, fudge, and much more! Haunted Hayrides in October, Thanksgiving pies for order, Christmas bake sale.

Bettencourt Dairy Farm
100 Simmons St
(508) 252-5464
Bettencourt Farm was established in 1891. You can find fresh raw milk, free range eggs, beef, pork, and gouda cheese at the farm stand.

Dufort Farms
55 Reservoir Ave
(508) 252-6323 | jddufort@dufortfarms.com
www.dufortfarms.com
Open all year round you may purchase individual cuts of USDA grass-fed beef & foraged pork, honey, homemade jams & jellies (made from Dufort’s own berries) at the farm store. Available July through September, there is “Pick Your Own” in the field of 1000 blueberry bushes. All products are grown and/or raised at the farm, 100% free of hormones, antibiotics and by-products. Good food that taste great! Everyone at Dufort Farms takes great pride in raising wholesome all natural foods from the farm to your home!

Finch Farms
(401) 474-9349 | finchfarmgrowers@gmail.com
Finch Farm is a small, 1.5 acre mixed vegetable farm located in Rehoboth, Massachusetts. Priorities lie in managing the land responsibly, which for means growing without the use of synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, or herbicides.  In addition to being a chemical-free farm, Finch Farms also does their best to till as little as possible.  This, in conjunction with compost application and deep-mulching techniques when possible allow soil to maintain its structure and improve its overall health.  Growing vegetables, cut flowers and culinary herbs.

Fine Farms Corn Crib
Anawan and Tremont St
(508) 226-0616
www.finefarms.com
Fresh veggies available since 1903!

Homestead Farm
115 Homestead Ave
(774) 259-6960 | tish@homesteadfarmrehoboth.com
www.homesteadfarmma.comFacebook
Offering all-natural pre-packaged meats including lamb, goat, beef, pork, poultry (turkey, duck, quail, and chicken) as well as hay at competitive prices with delivery or shipping service available, or pickup at their farm stand. Also offering Boer, Nubian/Boer Mix goats, Welsh Mountain/Southdown mix sheep, fresh eggs, and chicks; fruits, veggies, herbs, spices, oils, vinegars, milk, ice cream, cheese and bulk dry goods available. Call or text them for details and prices. Selling at the Rehoboth Farmers’ Market and accepting SNAP.

Moonrose Farm
88 Mason St
moonrosefarm@gmail.com
www.moonrosefarm.com | FacebookInstagram
Moonrose Farm is a women-owned chemical-free farm on 7 acres in Rehoboth, MA. They thoughtfully raise a variety of seasonal veggies, pasture-raised eggs, honey, and specialty cut flowers for their farm stand and CSA. They also grow and design flowers for weddings and events from June-October. Their farming practices focus on soil health and regenerative methods with respect to the Wampanoag ancestors who first occupied the land.

Oakdale Farms
61 Wheaton Ave
(508) 336-7681 | oakdalefarms.countrybarn@gmail.com
www.oakdalefarmscountrybarn.com
Oakdale Farms Country Barn is a 7th generation vegetable, fruit, herb, and chicken farm. The farm practices safe and environmentally friendly growing methods, producing food for the local community through a farm stand, CSA, farmers’ markets, & wholesale. Besides fresh produce, the Country Barn has baked goods, jams, relish, pickles, honey, eggs, and more! September–November you can reserve private parties for an evening hayride, dinner and bonfire at the Pavilion.

Rainbow Poultry Farm
199 Homestead Ave
(508) 736-9061
Rainbow Poultry Farm raises high-quality, chemical-free turkeys for retail only. Please call for more information.

Rosasharn Farm
57 County St
(508) 397-3487 | rosasharnfarm@gmail.com
www.rosasharnfarm.com
Rosasharn Farm is a diversified family farm, 10 miles east of Providence, sustainably raising livestock, LGDs, poultry, eggs & vegetables. A nationally recognized herd of Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats, Great Pyrenees, and Anatolian Shepherd cross LGD dogs, heritage American Guinea hogs (perfect “homestead hog”), heritage Narrangansett turkeys, and a variety of other poultry. Visit their new farm stand this year! Educational internships, 4-H and volunteer opportunities, tours, classes, workshops, tutorials, and farm stays to share knowledge and enthusiasm for their lifestyle.

Souza Family Farm
33 Agricultural Ave
(508) 802-8126 | valsouza@comcast.net
www.souzafamilyfarm.com
Souza Family Farm opens its greenhouses to the public beginning the last Saturday of April. They have vegetable plants, herbs, bedding plants, flowering hangers, and decorative containers. They also carry a line of Coast of Maine products. The farm stand opens on Father’s Day with produce from their fields. Any produce brought in to supplement their crops is labeled. If they didn’t grow it, you’ll know it! Also for sale is honey harvested in Rehoboth and jams, jellies, and preserves from a local supplier made with Souza Family Farm produce when possible.

Rochester

Cervelli Farm
247 Rounseville Rd
508-728-2864 | cervellifarm@gmail.com
A small family farm, growing a diverse array of vegetables & fruit, including corn, asparagus, and strawberries. They also source other local products for their farm stand including local cheese, bread, eggs, and jams. In the fall, the farm offers apple orchard & pumpkin hayrides during the last week of September & into October. The farm stand is open 7 days a week from 9am-5pm. Learn more on Facebook or Instagram.

Engelnook Farm
365 High St
(508) 728-6315 | tishabel@comcast.net
www.engelnookfarm.com
Not only boarding horses, but also growing select vegetables that are used in their own jellies, farm fresh eggs, and select cheeses from local dairies: Great Hill Blue and Crystal Brook Farm.

Jonathan’s Sprouts
384 Vaughan Hill Rd
(508) 763-2577 | barbaraasanderson@gmail.com
www.jonathanssprouts.com
Jonathan’s Organics grows a variety of sprouts for the supermarkets and food service distributors of New England. Now selling skin superfoods: soaps and salves infused with sprouts and sprout oils, as well as oils and dressings.

River Bend Farm
118 Cushman Rd
508-330-6998 | ruth-home@comcast.net
Seasonal farm stand offering fresh fruits and vegetables from mid-June to early November.

Steven’s Farm Stand
(774) 320-0255 | stevensfarmstand@gmail.com
www.stevensfarmstand.com
Steven’s Farm Stand is a small, organic produce farm located in Rochester and Acushnet, MA. The owner, Steven Rittenhouse, grew up with a passion for agriculture and animal husbandry; a strong family tradition. Steven’s Farm Stand was brought to life by Steven and his grandmother in 2004, selling only farm fresh eggs, but when his grandmother passed away a few years later, he decided to continue growing the business in her memory. With his background in farming and degree in Sustainable Agriculture, he brings you nothing but the finest and freshest vegetables and gourmet greens.

Teal Farm
567 New Bedford Rd
(508) 367-8188 | teal.susan@comcast.net
Teal Farm grows vegetables, fruit, and flowers. They offers a CSA and retails at the farm stand on the north side of New Bedford Road. Farm-grown eggs, chicken and lamb are also available.

Scituate

Dalby Farm
59 Grove St
(781) 545-4952 | dalbyfarm@comcast.net
www.dalbyfarm.comwww.dalbyfarmcountrystore.com
Dalby Farm in Scituate, MA is home to various rare farm breeds ranging from rare poultry to rare livestock. They are actively involved in teaching and raising awareness to all ages about animals and nature. Dalby Farm’s mission is to expose people to these amazing breeds and to teach them about their value in our world. Revenues generated from the Country Store help with the cost of the care and upkeep of the rare farm breeds and make their programs possible.

R & C Farms
124 Cornet Stetson Rd (Rte 123)
(781) 545-6502 | farma@comcast.net
www.randcfarms.com
The Simons family are four generations of family farming. With all of their greenhouses, over 70 acres of fields, lots of hard work, and experience; they have what it takes to produce the best. Well respected in the farming community, they built their business on solid customer relations. Simons is the first name in top quality farming. Farm fresh flowers, produce, and fall festivities!

Tree-Berry Farm
135 Cornet Stetson Rd
(781) 545-7750
www.treeberryfarm.com
Tree-Berry Farm has been farmed by the same family for four generations. They are dedicated to a high-quality crop of pick-your-own high bush blueberries and choose-your-own Christmas trees. Call before visiting to be sure they have fruit or trees available.

Seekonk

Belwing Acres Turkey Farm
773 Taunton Ave
(508) 336-9142
Established in 1944 by Irving and Bernice Dickens. Call ahead to place your order for a Thanksgiving turkey.

Four Town Farm
90 George St
(508) 336-5587
www.fourtownfarm.com
This family owned farm is located in Seekonk, MA, a few miles east of Providence, RI. The season opens mid-April with a large selection of perennials, annuals, hanging baskets, and mixed containers. The farm stand is open through the holidays, selling fresh cut trees and wreaths. Four Town grows most types of small fruits and vegetables that can be grown in this climate. They are especially known for, strawberries, sweet corn, melons, and fall crops. Also offering pick-your-own which includes strawberries, fava beans, English peas, raspberries, pumpkins, and cut flowers.

Osamequin Farm
80 Walnut St
sarah@osamequinfarm.com
www.osamequinfarm.com | Facebook | Instagram
Osamequin offers PYO blueberries, raspberries, and sunflowers in an idyllic setting on hundreds of acres of preserved farmland! They are home to five farms who make up the Osamequin Cooperative Farming Project – visit the farm stand to buy chemical-free produce grown by all the farmers on the property, plus berries, duck eggs, cut flowers, and more! Event florals available as well as flower CSA options and floral design workshops and parties. Plus educational events and community gatherings throughout the seasons. Season opens in June! Check their website for farm stand and PYO hours.

Sharon

Crescent Ridge Dairy
355 Bay Rd
(781) 784-2740
www.crescentridge.com
Since 1932 three generations of the Parrish family have owned and operated the farm in Sharon, MA. Crescent Ridge is a home delivery service providing farm fresh, all natural, rBST free milk in glass bottles to your home. In addition to their delicious milk and award-winning ice cream, their value-added service delivers over 150 top quality food items, including dairy products, quality cuts of meat, seafood, breads and desserts.

Ward’s Berry Farm
614 South Main St
(781) 784-3600 | info@wardsberryfarm.com
www.wardsberryfarm.com
Ward’s Berry Farm is a family run farm in Sharon, MA. In addition to their ever-expanding wholesale business, they have a roadside market featuring the finest in fruits & vegetables. Specialties include home-baked goods, artisan breads, gourmet cheeses, homemade jams & fruit baskets made to order. They also have a very popular sandwich counter & deli, smoothie bar w/ soft serve ice cream & slush. Shelves are stocked w/ a large selection of gourmet grocery items and prepared foods to-go. Also offering PYO berries & pumpkins, and public hayrides during strawberry & pumpkin seasons. Birthday parties & school tours are available year-round by reservation. There are many picnic and children’s play areas, as well as farm animals that are open to the public. Corn maze and hay pyramid in the fall; fresh native Turkeys, Christmas trees, wreaths and garland for the holiday season. Please call ahead for seasonal information.

Somerset

E.L. Silvia Farms
2955 County St
(508) 982-8612
E.L. Silvia Farms has a long history; the farm has been passed down for generations. After a twenty year hiatus, a son of the owners started farming again in 1973. The farm uses IPM, and grows many different crops, including corn, nectarines, tomatoes, and peaches.

Swansea

Almeida’s Vegetable Patch
110 GAR Hwy, Rt. 6
(508) 676-6333
www.almeidasvegetablepatch.com
In an age of huge chain supermarkets, fast food joints on every corner, and meals you can order straight to your home, finding fresh, local produce is a thing of the past. This isn’t the case in Swansea, MA, the home of Almeida’s Vegetable Patch. Not only will you find the freshest produce grown right in Swansea or other nationally local farms, you will also discover a family business that has been serving the community of Swansea since 1928.

Johnson’s Roadside Farm Market
445 Market St
(508) 379-0349
www.johnsonsroadsidemarket.com
Since 1982 this family-run market has offered a variety of seasonal fruits and vegetables grown on their own 20 acre farm. The market also carries fresh baked goods and locally made specialty items and favorites, including a full deli, ice cream, sauces, jams, jellies, and more!

Moonlight Rose Alpacas
91 Chace St
(508) 642-3767
www.moonlightrosealpacas.com
Located in Swansea, Massachusetts, Moonlight Rose Alpaca Farm is one of the top alpaca breeder farms in Massachusetts. In addition to alpacas, they also sell produce at area farmers’ markets throughout the summer.

Simcock Farm
293 Marvel St
(508) 673-5721 | farmerfiddlermoo@yahoo.com
www.simcockfarm.com
A small 4th generation working farm. Ice cream & vegetable stand, petting animals as well as various events and fundraisers.

Stony Creek Farm
1210 Wilbur Ave
(401) 465-4832 | stonycreekfarm.erin@gmail.com
Grass-fed beef, eggs, veggies, and more! Offering full-service boarding and training facility for horses, a free petting zoo year-round with goats, chickens, ducks, rabbits and more. Grass Fed Beef year round. Birthday parties and special events, including pony rides, hay rides and more. On-farm farmers’ market, Sundays 10 am–2 pm.

Taunton

Happy Hops Farm
70 Bluegrass Cir
(603) 661-7758
www.happyhops.farm
Happy Hops Farm is a small family-run farm that practices sustainable agriculture methods to grow 8 different varieties of hops. Tahoma, Triple Pearl, Comet, Columbia, AlphAroma, Cascade, Chinook, and Crystal. Not a beer-drinker? They also create handmade hoppy skincare products and hop teas. Visit their website or contact them to learn more about what using fresh, local hops can bring to your life. With a hop farm so close, home brewers and local breweries can get in on the fun, producing bright beers with big, hoppy flavors. Cheers!

Old Earth Orchards
692F Caswell St
(774) 218-6416 | oldearthorchards@gmail.com
www.oldearthorchards.com | Facebook | Instagram
A small farm in East Taunton run by William McCaffrey & Veronica Palladino. They farm with an emphasis on regenerative agricultural practices for the land and the farmers tending it, providing pork, asparagus, rhubarb, cranberries, elderberries, and fruit trees, also offering homestead orchard pruning and consulting. They have recently planted an heirloom orchard at their parents’ farm, so stay tuned for apples, plums, pears, peaches, and nectarines!

Silver City Acres
Dighton Ave
awilkinson100@gmail.com
Silver City Acres is run by Drew Wilkinson, and grows fresh healthy vegetables for his community. You can find Silver City Acres at area farmers’ markets and on Facebook & Instagram.

Spring Rain Farm
692 Caswell St
(508) 824-3393 | springrainfamilyfarm@gmail.com
Facebook
Spring Rain Farm is a family-owned operation, producing cranberries, strawberries, beef, hay, and firewood. PYO strawberries available late May to late June, cranberries from late September through the winter (come see harvest mid September through mid October!), with beef, firewood, and hay available year round. Their son and daughter-in-law have also started an orchard and piggery business (Old Earth Orchards) on the farm.

Tiverton, RI

Roots Farm
217 East Rd
www.rootsfamilyfarm.org
Roots Farm is a certified organic, no-till vegetable farm in Tiverton, RI. They focus on growing year round and strive to produce the most nutrient-dense and best tasting crops for you and your family. They are committed to organic farming and also utilize no-till and regenerative farming methods on a small acreage, with building healthy soils as their focus. 

Walpole

Stargazer Hollow Farm
stargazerhollow@gmail.com
www.stargazerhollow.com
Diversified micro-farm in Walpole, MA focusing on regenerative agriculture, using natural growing methods with heirloom produce and heritage animals. They produce many varieties of vegetables, fruits and berries, cut flowers, duck eggs, and honey. They have a small number of CSAs in the Walpole area and the South Shore, and participate in the Hingham and Hanover farmers’ markets.

Wareham

A.D. Makepeace Company
158 Tihonet Rd
(508) 295-1000
www.admakepeace.com
The A.D. Makepeace Company, based in Wareham, MA, is the world’s largest cranberry grower and the largest private property owner in eastern Massachusetts. They are a recognized leader in environmentally responsible real estate development and land stewardship. Makepeace has been growing cranberries since the 1800s, and today, the company farms nearly 2,000 acres of bog. The company participated in the founding of the Ocean Spray cooperative, and is now its largest grower-owner.

Willows Cranberries
2667 Cranberry Hwy
(508) 295-9990 | willowscranberries@verizon.net
www.willowscranberries.com
Fresh cranberries, specialty foods, trail mixes, syrups, candies, and more. Check out the website for more information and details!

Wareham Quail Farm
150 Fearing Hill Rd
cattledog3@verizon.net
Raising northern bobwhite quail for release. Free range chicken eggs year round. Farm stand with veggies grown on-site open seasonally.

Wayland

The Neighborhood Farm
theneighborhoodfarm@gmail.com
www.theneighborhoodfarm.com
The Neighborhood Farm is a small farm growing 5 acres of mixed vegetables, herbs, cut flowers, and seedlings at the historic Mainstone Farm in Wayland, MA. They grow naturally, without synthetic pesticides, herbicides, or fertilizers. They never use GMO seeds. Find them at markets in Boston and Needham, at their farm stand, and online.

West Bridgewater

Asack Turkey Farm
166 South St
(508) 586-2902
Asack Turkey Farm believes in raising their turkeys in the most humane way possible. They follow strict animal welfare standards, and allow the turkeys to roam free in spacious barns. Since 1930, they have been raising turkeys with the mission to provide their animals with the best quality of life and customers with the highest quality of meat. Selling delicious turkey at great prices during the Thanksgiving and Christmas season.

C & C Reading Farm
175 E Center St
(508) 857-0657 | farmer1pete@yahoo.com
www.ccreadingfarm.com
Certified Organic, & Commonwealth Quality 75-acre farm located in West Bridgewater. Offering CSA shares May – December and pick-your-own strawberries, blueberries, pumpkins, and raspberries while in season. Visit C&C Reading during the fall for the ultimate family-fun experience: the annual Corn Maze. C&C Reading was formerly known as Billingsgate Farm.

Matfield Maple Farm
107 Matfield Rd
(508) 588-9858 | matfieldmaple@comcast.net
www.matfieldmaplefarm.com
Fresh maple products made right in West Bridgewater! Tours run Saturdays and Sundays in March. (Check website for details about maple season). Delicious local maple products available for sale as well.

Natural Farming Works
63 Prospect St
(508) 588-5782 | barry.meltzer@comcast.net
A small hobby farm selling our eggs, honey, and beeswax. Call for availability and to make an appointment.

Westport

Allen Farms
913 Division Rd
(508) 636-2013 | allenfarms2@aol.com
www.allenfarmsorganics.com
Debbie Barrett farms fifty scenic acres of land in Westport, MA. She grows organic greens, cut herbs, tomatoes, cucumbers and more. Her bright and tasty pea greens have become a regular fixture on the menu at Providence restaurants and have even made an appearance on “Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives” on the Food Network! Her organic herbs are available in pots or cut, and will help add flavor and character to any dish.

Berry Hill Farm
796 Pine Hill Rd
(508) 636-8976
Berry Hill Farm grows a variety of berries with blueberries being their largest crop.

The Golden Robin Farm
607 Horseneck Rd
(508) 636-8579
The Golden Robin Farm is located in the South end of Westport, MA. They offer farm fresh strawberries and blueberries and have hay sales throughout the year.

Healthy Futures Farm
528 American Legion Hwy
(508) 558-5205 | healthyfuturesfarm@gmail.com
www.healthyfuturesfarm.com
Healthy Futures Farm began providing their community with nutrient dense fruits and vegetables in the Spring of 2015. They are a small family farm that focuses on soil fertility while practicing a chemical free approach. They have both a farm stand & CSA. Please call for farm stand availability.

Ivory Silo Farm
Corner of Hixbridge & Horseneck Rd
www.dlevanti.wixsite.com/ivorysilofarm
Farmers Bill Braun and Dee Levanti grow vegetables, herbs, and flowers on about 5 acres at Ivory Silo Farm in Westport, MA. They grow a wide selection of plants for home gardens and small wholesale orders. All varieties are open-pollinated including many heirlooms as well as varieties recently bred by independent plant breeders. They have a sweet spot for flavorful and regionally adapted crops. They follow ecological growing practices and strive to achieve a productive, low-input farm system that is balanced and resilient.

John Bettencourt Farm
928 Horseneck Rd
(508) 636-4328
Agricultural custom work. Selling hay for feed and construction.

Noquochoke Orchards
594 Drift Rd
(508) 636-2237 | noquochokeorchardsinc@gmail.com
Noquochoke Orchards are growers of 70 varieties of apples, as well as other tree fruit & heirloom vegetables. Farm stand open daily in season with a large variety of heirloom vegetables & fruits and their own fresh apple cider.

Open Gate Farm
295 Division Rd
(508) 971-0011 | opengatepoultry@gmail.com
www.opengatepoultry.com | FacebookInstagram
Open Gate Farm offers Open Gate Poultry. The birds live quality lives surrounded by lush perennial gardens, open fields, and other farm animals. They breed, hatch, and sell rare chicken varieties that lay rainbow eggs from quality parent stock. They breed good-natured healthy birds. Chicks and fertile eggs are available by pre-order. To name a few: Black Copper Marans, Splash Ameraucana, Olive Eggers, Large Fowl Frizzle Easter Eggers, Silkies, and more. They also have Peafowl. Pre-orders begin in January and they start sharing the flock in March. Pickups are scheduled at the farm. They also ship across the country.

Orr’s Farm
187 Adamsville Rd
(508) 636-4274 | orrsfarm@gmail.com
Come to Orr’s Farm to select from a wide variety of native fruits and vegetables harvested daily.

Paradise Hill Farm
103 Cadmans Neck Rd
(978) 590-6537
Paradise Hill farms 20 acres located on the East Branch of the Westport River. Their farm stand offers a wide selection of potted herbs, annual vegetable plants and container herbs gardens. Additionally offering seasonal fruits (peaches, nectarines, plums, and apples) and vegetables (lettuces, root veggies, sweet corn, and of course tomatoes!) which are picked fresh daily for farmers’ markets and customers that visit the farm. Also offering jams and jellies, many of which are made with farm fresh fruits.

Pine Crest Christmas Tree Farm
285 Pine Hill Rd
(774) 309-0522
“Choose and Cut” your own Christmas Tree from 10 acres of fields. Cut fresh when you are ready to take it home. All trees are mechanically shaken to remove old growth needles and any debris. For ease of handling, trees can be baled (wrapped in netting) upon request. For the mobility impaired, one of our Golf Cars is available to carry customers to the fields. Free hot chocolate, cookies, and tree ornaments for the kids also provided.

Pine Hill Dairy
272 Pine Hill Rd, Westport, MA
(774) 292-3105
www.westportdairy.com
Pine Hill Dairy is a local farm owned by fourth generation farmer, Andrew Ferry. Andrew is currently selling certified raw milk by the gallon and half gallon. Pine Hill Dairy is the only place in Westport, MA where you can purchase raw milk! Andrew strives to give you a healthy and fresh product! Come by the store for more information on raw milk and how it could be beneficial to your family. Hope to see you soon!

River Rock Farm
236 Fisherville Ln
(508) 677-8190
100% grass-fed beef since birth, organic-certified. All animals raised on their farm and sold directly to consumers. Please call for details.

Run Dog Run Farm
328 American Legion Hwy
(401) 662-1672 | chadbrow@yahoo.com
Small family farm in Westport, MA specializing in healthy, all natural products. Selling eggs, local honey, chicken, turkey, and veggies and fruits. Also offering petting zoo and doggy day care.

Sampson Farm
222 Old Bedford Rd
(508) 674-2733 | hjsfarmersmarket@gmail.com
Sampson is a 75-acre potato farm, also offering other vegetable and fruits. Visit the farm stand or find them at New Bedford, Fall River, and Dartmouth farmers’ markets this season. Wholesale potatoes mid-August through March.

Sanford Farm
715 Sanford Rd
(508) 672-0674
35-acre farm growing fruits and vegetables.

Stonehaven Farm
1506 Drift Rd
(508) 636-1361 | vmerlier@verizon.net
www.stonehavenfamilyfarm.com
Offering lamb, chicken and duck eggs, fleeces from Horned Dorset Sheep, sheep skins, and fruits and vegetables.  Also offering overnight farm stays! Please call for purchase.

Sweet Goat Farm
(508) 817-2481 | laurie_marinone@yahoo.com
www.sweetgoatfarm.com
Sweet Goat Farm tends a 40-goat herd of Nigerian Dwarfs (a miniature dairy breed). They milk their does daily from spring through early winter and drink the delicious raw milk and make yogurt, kefir, cheese, caramels, and soap. They have a small orchard planted with heirloom apples, peaches, and cherries as well as raised beds of rhubarb and berries. They raise heritage pigs and sell pork processed at Meatworks (USDA). Post-pandemic, they hope to offer classes. Farm stays are available through AirBnB.

Triple S Farm
1028 Horseneck Rd
(508) 958-5493
Triple S Farm sells Beefalo as well as other meats. Call ahead for hay and feeds or details about meat cuts and arrangements.

The Keith Farm
775 Horseneck Rd
(508) 636-5227
The Keith Family has owned and operated this Westport, MA farm for 5 decades. They use sustainable and organic practices, including companion planting and composting, to grow their produce, herbs, and flowers. Find their produce, including their award-winning heirloom tomatoes, at their on-farm market, in use by their farm-to-table catering companies, and at local markets and restaurants.

Wasontuxet Brand
757 Pine Hill Rd
(774) 264-9186
Wasontuxet Brand raises USDA all natural grass-fed Black Angus. Call for availability and prices. You can also purchase their products at Lees Market also in Westport.

Wild Dogwood Farm
148 Sanford Rd
(508) 678-9955
All naturally grown, non-certified organic methods used to produce pesticide free produce. Growing and selling small amounts of a wide range of products including, blackberries, blueberries (July-Sept.), tomatoes, cukes, garlic (mid-July harvest), beans, peas, squash, cut flowers, fall produce Flat Leaf Kale, Macomber Turnips (November), free range lamb meat (when available) and some vegetable plants. Late May to late November hours vary depending on the season, usually 9am- 6pm. Call ahead and leave a message. Cash sales only.

Weatherlow Farms
845 Sodom Rd
(508) 938-9398 | hello@weatherlowfarms.com
www.weatherlowfarms.com | Facebook | Instagram
Weatherlow Farms, founded in 2014, is located in the seaside town of Westport, MA. They raise the highest quality grass-fed beef, lamb, chevon, pork, pastured poultry, and eggs. They grow a curated selection of flowers and foliages for weddings and special events. All is cared for employing environmentally sustainable and socially responsible practices that focus on the special relationship between land, animal and food. They host farm events throughout the year, including field-to-barn dinners, workshops, weddings, and private dinners and parties.

Wrentham

The Big Apple Farm
207 Arnold St
(508) 384-3055
www.thebigapplefarm.com
The Big Apple Farm is a family favorite offering good, old fashioned fun. Fall weekends offer hayrides and a pumpkin house. See an actual working American farm at its best! Offering the freshest, hand-picked produce grown & handled with care. In season, they have 26 varieties of apples, 28 types of vegetables, and Pick-Your-Own blueberries, raspberries, apples, & hops. Also available are their own homemade cucumber pickles in barrels, vegetable plants, decorative sunflowers, and Christmas trees & greens. The bakery offers delicious goodies including homemade donuts, hand dipped candy & caramel apples, and many flavors of pies available through December 23 (Easter orders taken by phone). They also have a vast assortment of jams, sauces, syrups and gift baskets. Choose from the selection of old fashioned candies and fudge.

Cook’s Valley Farm
2200 West St
(508) 883-6709 | cooksvalleyfarm@verizon.net
www.cooksvalleyfarm.com
Cook’s sells primarily fruits and vegetables grown on their farms in West Wrentham and South Franklin. This isn’t a supermarket – if it isn’t in season or it can’t be grown here, they don’t have it. Cook’s sees the produce from seed to harvest and to your shopping bag. Visit their website for a harvest chart that lists what is currently on the farm stand.

White Barn Farm
458 South St
(774) 307-3315 | info@whitebarnfarm.org
www.whitebarnfarm.org
White Barn Farm is a small family-run farm growing fresh vegetables and flowers in Wrentham, Massachusetts. Farmers Chris and Christy are dedicated to using organic farming methods and believe in the importance of growing food for their community. They hope to inspire the locals to eat in season and take the extra moments to prepare wonderful meals for the people they love using ingredients grown with care. They have a farm stand open to the public where they offer a Farm Stand CSA program and a Boxed CSA program as well.

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