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Westfield Farm

Location

28 Worcester Road
Hubbardston, MA, 01452
United States

Cheesemakers - Cow and goat ("Capri" brand)

Phone Number: 
978-928-5110

White Heron Tea- Purely Organic and Fairly Traded

Location

3 Front St. Lower Mill #6A
Rollinsford, NH, 03869
United States

White Heron Tea is committed to offering Organic and Fair Trade teas of exceptional quality.

By choosing Fair Trade tea, it helps support a better life for farming families in their producing countries. Fair Trade products ensure fair prices, direct trade, community development and environmental stewardship.

First Name: 
Jonathan
Last Name: 
Blakeslee
E-Mail Address: 
jonathan@whiteherontea.com
Phone Number: 
877-501-6266

Wilson Farm

Location

10 Pleasant St.
Lexington, MA, 02421
United States

Wilson Farm offers an array of meats including: fresh or precooked turkeys, roasts, lamb, poultry, spiral sliced ham.

They have homemade prepared food such as cranberry stuffing, butternut squash, maple roasted carrots, harvest soup, and much more.

Their homemade pies come in several flavors apple, pumpkin, custard, or mince.

Wilson Farm also produces eggs and has recently added an organic fruit and produce section.

Phone Number: 
781-862-3900

Winston Folley Farm CSA

Location

63 Depot Rd.
Boxborough, MA, 01719
United States

Sustainable grower.

Biodynamic vegetables available June to November through their CSA program. Honey and hay also available.

Call for more information or to sign up for the CSA.

First Name: 
George
Last Name: 
Krusen
E-Mail Address: 
bkrusen@ma.ultranet.com
Phone Number: 
978-263-7969

World PEAS Cooperative and CSA

Location

9 Central St., Suite 402
Lowell, MA, 01852
United States

The NESFP (New Entry Sustainable Farming Project) helped form the World PEAS Coop in 2005 with the goal to help immigrant and refugee farmers sell more of their produce to new audiences at higher prices. By forming a coop, small, beginning farmers are able to combine their products with other small farmers and support themselves more easily. Additionally, for some immigrants and refugees whose limited English language skills or work schedules make direct sales difficult, participating in the World PEAS Coop helps them to sell more efficiently than working on their own. Currently, over a dozen producers are contributing to the World PEAS Coop.

The World PEAS Cooperative provides weekly shares of fresh, locally-grown veggies for member families through their CSA. As "shareholders" in farm operations, member families make an advanced commitment to supply some costs of production in return for a variety of fresh vegetables. These shares provide enough produce for member families of four to enjoy for each week of the 18-week season, and they consist of summertime favorites like tomatoes and peppers as well as ethnic, specialty vegetables from our farmers' home countries.

E-Mail Address: 
nesfp@tufts.edu
Phone Number: 
978-654-6745

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