Stearns Farm is a nonprofit, community-supported agriculture (CSA) farm that plants more than 40 vegetables, using all natural, sustainable growing methods that increase soil fertility and keep plants healthy.

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Long Life Farm is a certified organic, bio-nutrient dense farm. Farmer Laura Davis and her husband, Donald Sutherland, grow organic vegetables and fruit on several plots in and around Hopkinton. Through intense soil monitoring and remediation, Laura and Donald are striving to go beyond organic to grow more nutritious, nutrient dense vegetables that give people…

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Clearview Farm is a 6th-generation farm that grows fruits, vegetables, flowers and herbs on 85 acres. The farm produces up towards 30 varieties of apples from early macs to late baldwins and practices Integrated Pest Management (IPM). In season, families can find pick-your-own apples, hayrides, live music and more.

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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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Assabet Village Co-op Market - Schartner Farm Corn Maze

A fifth-generation fruit and vegetable farm, Schartner Farm has been in operation since 1902, when Julius Schartner emigrated to the U.S. from Austria. Today, the farm is run by Robert Schartner and his family and is known for pick-your-own apples and an elaborate corn maize.

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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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Set on 150 acres of pristine farmland, rolling hills and woodlands, Bolton Spring Farm began as a dairy farm in the 1800s. Today, the orchard grows apples, pears, and vegetables and sells its own baked apple goodies and hot cider donuts!    

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A fifth generation orchard and farm, the 250-acre Bolton Orchards grows apples, peaches, pears, nectarines, plums, sweet corn, tomatoes, and pumpkins. The orchard also produces two unique varieties of fresh pressed cider.

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After Julian and Catherine Nicewicz emigrated from Poland and settled in Clinton, they bought Nicewicz Family Farm in Bolton in 1929. Today, their four grandsons continue the tradition, growing apples, peaches, nectarines, apricots, pears, plums, blueberries, corn, flowers, and vegetables.

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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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