Set on 350 acres in Holden, Lilac Hedge Farm pasture-raises beef, pork, lamb, chicken, turkey and ducks. Farmer Ryan MacKay also offers a CSA meat share program.

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A fourth-generation family farm, Harpers Farm and Garden was built by William Harper in 1903. Today the Harpers grow 70 varieties of fruits and vegetables and offer a produce CSA. They use organic practices, including biodegradable mulch, crop rotation, cover crops, and beneficial insects such as predator wasps and lady bugs to keep ahead of…

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SpringDell Farm has been family owned and operated in Littleton, Massachusetts, since the 1700s. The Theodors family has owned the land since 1931, growing fresh fruits and vegetables and pasture raising their own own beef, pork and lamb. The farm offers numerous “farm share programs,” seasonal events and the opportunity to explore the hillsides, greet…

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With barns dating back to the 1700s, the nonprofit Codman Community Farms was founded in 1973 by citizens interested in continuing Lincoln’s farming heritage. The farm uses organic and sustainable farming methods, raising 100% grass fed lambs, goats, and cattle. CCF also sells organically fed poultry, organic eggs, and some organic produce and fruit.

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For 30 years, farmers Ari and Moira (Co-op Owners!) have grown certified organic vegetables and berries at Lindentree Farm. They sell their fresh produce through CSA (community-supported agriculture) member shares.

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A family farm in its 15th year of operation, Siena Farms cultivates 50 acres of protected farmland in Sudbury and Concord. Chris Kurth grows over 100 varieties of vegetables for the farm’s 500-member CSA community, farmstores in the Boston Public Market and Boston’s South End, and select restaurants and chefs. Siena Farms is not certified…

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Kate Despres’ Daisy Hill Farm is a micro farm in Acton offering community supported agriculture (CSA) shares of vegetables, herbs, and flowers. Though not certified organic, Daisy Hill uses organic farming methods.

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First Root Farm is a 4.5 acre vegetable & flower CSA located in Minute Man National Historical Park in Concord. Farmer Cheryl Nunes uses organic growing practices, the First Root’s fresh vegetables are available in spring, summer, and fall through their CSA, farmstand, and at local restaurants.

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Elena and Karl (Co-op Owners!) started farming in 2004 and 2005 and launched their first farm, Crooked Row Fields, in 2013. In 2018, after being introduced to Dwight Sipler, Elena and Karl took over ownership of Small Farm. They sell organically grown produce (certification pending) and have added two CSA programs, PYO flowers, and a…

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