Saturday, October 2
Want to lend a hand? We're seeking volunteers who want to roll-up-their-sleeves with us to get the farm, our grounds and buildings neat and fall-ready!
And, we'll have PIZZA at the end as a small but delicious way of saying thanks!
Your support means so much! And, it helps us continue our important work of growing food for our community, educating children and adults, and conservation efforts to keep this special beautiful place thriving for years to come!
We'll offer lots of ways of helping, from weeding, to laying woodchips, or even helping repair some odds and ends!
Volunteer Sign-up form coming soon with more details! We'll need a headcount for pizza! For now you can let us know you are interested in learning more and receiving an email to sign up by clicking below.
Thank you! Together we can do so much!
Saturdays 9:00 - 4:30
We look forward to seeing you!
Our award-winning farm stand is even better in person. While we will continue the virtual weekly farm stand for those who prefer to shop that way (and we will participate all summer in the Cohasset Farmer's Market on Thursday afternoons, we will be thrilled to see you again
at the farm.
We have abundant seasonal, freshly harvested. certified organic produce, plus a thoughtfully curated selection of pantry staples and specialty food items all sourced from local vendors: coffee, chocolate, tea, jams, artisanal cheese, eggs, freshly baked bread
and our own farm honey.
No reservations are required. Please just drop by.
September 13 - November 5
September 20 - November 11
(8 week sessions)
Fall on the farm is full of bountiful harvest and a plethora of changes here and in the surrounding habitats! We want to invite children in our community to join us as we observe and explore the constant changing beauty of the farm and nature!
This fall we have:
Morning sessions for children ages 3-5
Afternoon sessions for children ages 6-9
Afternoon sessions for children ages 10+
Morning homeschool session for families (ages 3-8)
We are following the guidance of the Cohasset Board of Health and the Massachusetts Department of Public Health to ensure the safest practices for your family and our community.
Saturdays 8:30 am - 9:30 am *
(Last class of the season is Saturday, September 25)
Starting June 5th, please join us for al fresco yoga (weather permitting) on Saturday mornings from 8:30 - 9:30 am with expert instructor Linda Storm!
We'll be meeting at 190 Jerusalem Road adjacent to the farm.
Parking will be on Bow Street adjacent to the driveway.
Please bring a yoga mat and water bottle. Masks are not required but we will socially distance.
*Note: Instructor will notify participants of any cancellations via email. To sign up or inquire about class click below.
Have you noticed that there aren’t as many butterflies or fireflies in your yard? Do you want to help at-risk bumblebees and other native pollinators and songbirds?
A recent Zoom lecture with noted biologist Dr. Robert Gegear explained about pollination systems, how they benefit birds, animals, plants and at-risk insects, and even how to create one in your own backyard using "beecology." You can watch this lecture at the link below.
This event was sponsored by the Community Garden Club of Cohasset, the Cohasset Garden Club, and the Massachusetts Cultural Councils of Hingham and Scituate. Thank you!