Local Farm Stands

Arrowhead Farm


131 Old Ferry Road
Newburyport, MA, 01950
United States

Arrowhead Farm practices crop rotation and therefore offers a mix of fruits and vegetables including berries, fresh herbs, garden plants, cut flowers, and forage crops. They also raise beef cattle, hogs, and poultry as well as cultivating honeybees and producing maple syrup. All of this is achieved without the use of chemical fertilizers, pesticides, or livestock feed additives. Read More »

Autumn Hills Orchard


495 Chicopee Row
Groton, MA, 01450
United States

Autumn Hills Orchard offers 20 varieties of apples, Bartlett and Bosc pears, plums, raspberries, and peaches, as well as Concord grapes.

They are open for "Pick Your Own" apples in September and October.

Autumn Hills is also an advocate of integrated pest management (IPM) techniques and does not use any herbicides. As part of their environmental efforts, Autumn Hills Orchard participates in a study by Manomet Observatory of the effects of agriculture on migratory bird populations.

Drumlin Farm


208 South Great Rd.
Lincoln, MA, 01773
United States

Drumlin Farm is a MA Audubon wildlife sanctuary, education center and working farm. They offer educational programming for visitors, school groups and summer campers. At the farm stand you’ll find their own meat, eggs, wool, veggies, fruit and pesto. In late May they hold a seedling sale where you can find their prized mixed 6-packs of heirloom tomatoes, and other garden favorites like basil, eggplant and peppers.

Pick Your Own- June/July: strawberries; Sept/Oct.: raspberries. Tues.-Sun., 9am-5pm

Codman Community Farms


58 Codman Rd.
Lincoln, MA, 01773
United States

"To operate a working farm that is open to the public in a financially and environmentally sound manner, to preserve traditional regional farming practices that ensure our animals are treated humanely, and to promote agricultural education in Lincoln, Massachusetts and the surrounding communities." -Mission Statement from Web site

Farm Hours: Tues.-Sun. 9am-6pm (Closed Mondays)
Admission: $1 per person

Store Hours: Daily 9am-6pm

Tendercrop Farm, Inc.


108 High Rd.
Newbury, MA, 01951
United States

Fruits & Vegetables in Season - Fresh Turkey, Chicken & Eggs - Hormone Free, Natural & Grass Fed Beef - Fresh Christmas Trees & Wreaths - Dried Flowers & Floral Arrangements

Open year round

Wilson Farm


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.

Chip-In Farm


201 Hartwell Rd.
Bedford, MA, 01730
United States

The farmstand sells their own fruits and vegetables when in season along with their own fresh eggs from free-running hens. They also carry milk, bread, ice cream, frozen entrees, chicken, and a wide selection of grocery items.

Visit their free petting zoo, and get Christmas trees, bedding plants, and pumpkins from the farm!

Open year round, daily, 10am-6pm

Westfield Farm


28 Worcester Road
Hubbardston, MA, 01452
United States

Cheesemakers - Cow and goat ("Capri" brand)

Carlisle Farmstead Cheese


43 Indian Hill Rd.
Carlisle, MA, 01741
United States

Carlisle Farmstead Cheese follows as many organic practices as practical. They manage their own gardens (whose produce they share with the goats) and hay field organically.

Their goal for agriculture venture is to demonstrate that even a microdairy can provide welcome income for a farm family and that the cheese produced can be exceptional in quality.

Their cheeses can be purchased year-round at Formaggio Kitchen in Cambridge and Debra's Natural Gourmet in Concord.

Blue Heron Organic Farm


PO Box 67
Lincoln, MA, 01773
United States

Blue Heron Organic Farm's mission is to increase the availability of locally produced food and to raise awareness about ecologically sound farming practices.

They also sell produce from one of the few remaining organic farm stands in the area.

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