Farmers John and Bonnie grass feed and pasture raise their Belted Galloway cattle. Their Tamworth/ Old Spot Pigs are organically fed and raised in woodland pastures, and their Cornish Cross Chickens are organically fed and free range.

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Assabet Village Co-op Market - Chip-In Farm Bedford

Chip-in Farm was established in 1944, when Hendrick and Thelma Couveé, along with their son Herbert, “chipped-in” to purchase a former dairy farm on Hartwell Road. Now in its third generation, Chip-In Farm sells its own organic produce, pasture-raised eggs and grass-fed beef, pork, and lamb, as well as products from local producers. The farm…

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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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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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Jones Farm is a local, nutrient-dense organic farm. Phil and Deb take great care to maintain a rich nutrient balance to foster healthy soil and more nutrient-dense vegetables.

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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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Raymond Mong (a proud Co-op Owner!) and his family have owned Applefield Farm since 1981. While the farm is not certified organic, Ray uses organic methods to cultivate vegetables on the farm’s 25 acres. They also bring in conventional products from nearby farms (labeled as such). And with eight greenhouses, Applefield Farm grows a wide…

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Barrett’s Mill Farm is a certified organic, diversified vegetable farm located on the McGrath Farmstead in Concord. Their vegetables are currently sold through their CSA and farm store. Lisa and Melissa are big Co-op supporters!

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Old Frog Pond Farm is one of the few Certified Organic Orchards in Massachusetts. Every fall they open for pick-your-own apples and raspberries and sell fresh vegetables from their farm stand. Owner Linda Hoffman (also a Co-op Owner!) is an artist, and the farm is home to a large outdoor sculpture walk with rotating exhibits,…

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