Farm Produce

We are a four season farm, harvesting a diverse variety of produce from our fields & greenhouses year-round. All the produce sold by our farm is grown at our farm. Learn more about our holistic growing practices or see what we grow below!

 
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What We Grow

This list varies by season & year. We always are trying new crops and varieties that are well adapted to New England’s changing growing climate and our farm’s soil. Farming with nature means we are impacted by weather and some years certain crops don't flourish. This list is what we are striving to grow at the farm now and a good bet on what we’ll have for our CSA + at farmers’ markets in the coming seasons.

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Warm Season Crops

late spring | summer | early fall 

Beets
Carrots
Cucumbers
Garlic
Ginger & Turmeric
Greens: Bunched & Cut*
Herbs

Kohlrabi
Lettuce
Melons 
Onions & Shallots
Peppers: Hot & Sweet

Strawberries
Sweet Potatoes

Tomatoes
Zucchini & Summer Squash

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Cold Season Crops

late fall | winter | early spring

Beets
Cabbage
Carrots
Garlic
Greens: Bunched & Cut*

Kohlrabi
Lettuce
Onions & Shallots
Rutabaga
Scallions
Radishes
Sweet Potatoes
Turnips
Winter Squash

In winter we have frozen ginger & turmeric, as well as farm preserves.

*Greens we grow vary seasonally and we aim to produce greens year-round: spinach, kale arugula, boc choi, cut greens mixes, mustard greens, swiss chard, salad mix, komatsuna.


Farm Grown Grains

In addition to produce, we also grow whole grains that are milled locally.

WHEAT & RYE

On a small scale we grow both wheat and rye.

The varieties of winter wheat comes from this region. We sell wheat berries, freshly milled rye and whole wheat flour. 

HEIRLOOM CORN

We grow several varieties of heirloom corn for cornmeal and polenta.

Once ground, corn is perishable and we recommend keeping it in the fridge or freezer.

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