What's New on the Farm

'Best of Boston'

Greenhouse Farmstand & Brown Boar

December 15th from 10-2, fresh produce and gift items for your holiday needs. Brown Boar delivery each month for preorders, from 11am-12pm. Additional months in our greenhouse: January 5th, February 9th and March 9th, 10-2.

New greenhouse

We're extending our growing season

A new greenhouse in the Farm 2 Food Pantry Garden will extend our growing season, helping us to feed more local families in need.  On Tuesday November 28th, we hosted a construction party to start work on assembling the new greenhouse, repurposed from and generously donated by Marshfield Public Schools.  

Meet our farm animals

Auggie, our newest goat

Our friendly farm animals love visitors.  We have three Dwarf Nigerian Goats,  a rescue donkey named Benji, Pumpkin the pony and Nugget the horse, one sweet rabbit and a flock of egg-laying chickens and noisy roosters.   

You are welcome to visit any time from dawn to dusk.

New Year's Day Walk

January 1st , 1-3

Bundle up your family and friends and join us as we welcome in 2019 with our traditional woodland walk! Explore the diversity of flora throughout the 130 acres of marked trails. Choose a faster paced guided family hike or a slower guided stroll to discover nature's signs of winter in the woods. Enjoy a steaming cup of hot cocoa aprés walk. We welcome your dogs on leash. No need to pre-register. Free event, donations welcome. Snow or shine!

Fresh food for food pantries

Our Farm 2 Food Pantry Program

Everyone deserves healthy food, yet food pantries are routinely stocked with anything but.   This community program gives local teens the chance to fulfill community service requirements in a fun and meaningful way:  by growing, harvesting and delivering fresh, organic produce to local food pantries.

Quests for kids

Sunrise - Sunset

Quests are a combination scavenger hunt and nature hike and kids love them!  The Holly Hill Farm quest is troll and fairy themed.  Kids follow clues and find charming discoveries like tiny fairy doors tucked into tree notches.   Each quest takes about an hour and while the season is over until Spring, 2019,  quest books and information are available online at www.SouthShoreQuests.org


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