New on the Farm

Nature Therapy Walk


Tuesday June 18th  1:00 pm  - 3:30 pm

 Nature Therapy, also known as "Forest Bathing," is a profoundly therapeutic practice with benefits that linger long after the walk is completed.   

Join certified guide Kirsten Snow on this gentle, slow-paced exploration of nature.  The group will travel less than a mile, at the pace of a stroll. Reservations are required.  For more information about pricing and  reservations, please click the button below. 

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Biggest Little Farm Film


At Patriot Loring Cinema 

We think our supporters will love this  award-winning documentary described by Rotten Tomatoes as "Uplifting, educational, and entertaining.  The Biggest Little Farm is an environmental advocacy documentary with a satisfying side dish of hope for the future."

Let's hear it for little farms!

For showtimes:

See the trailer

Farm to Table Dinners


Date to be announced soon 

It doesn't get much more 'local' than this: dine al fresco  just a few feet from  the very fields where your food was grown and harvested.     

Our farm to table dinners are festive feasts where celebrated chefs craft multi-course meals centered around ingredients grown at Holly Hill Farm.     We'll be announcing our next dates shortly.  Watch this space!

Help us water


Campaign for a well

We need your help to secure our farm's future.  We've raised about a quarter of our $30,000 goal for this project.

 A well would help to protect future crops against hotter, drier weather, and would pay for itself in water bill savings in approximately ten years. 


Pop-Ups on the Farm


 Watch this space!

Did you know that our own farm cook Sally Rossi-Orman is working on a cookbook celebrating Holly Hill Farm?  Before the cookbook makes its appearance, we will host a series of intimate,  pop-up gatherings to celebrate and try out recipes.  Next up:  a June brunch picnic.     

  Email us to ask to be added to the invite list:

Volunteers needed


Invasive plants pose a threat

Our conservation land is home to stunning views, beautiful native wildflowers....and dangerous invasive plants.

We need your help to root out these invaders to help our wildlife thrive.  This time of year, we urgently need help with garlic mustard.  Later in the summer, we will need help with black swallow wort. 

Info: volunteering


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