What's New on the Farm

Kids February Vacation Fun


February 19, 20, 21st  9am - noon

Bundle up the kids and get them out of the house for some wholesome fun in nature. 

Kids will interact with barnyard animals, hike through our winter wonderland tracking wildlife, and enjoy a peanut-free snack in our cozy greenhouse heated by a wood-burning stove.  

Sign up for one day, or all three.

Ages 6 - 10. Preregister by Monday.

Members $30/day, Non-members $40/day

Email cprenticehollyhillfarm@verizon.net

Owl Prowl


February 19th, 7pm - 9pm

Ever heard an owl hooting on a moonlit night? Now's your chance!  Bundle up, bring a flashlight and join us as we walk in the woods in search of owls calling to each other.  Learn about our various local owls' habits and habitats. Hot chocolate for all after the walk.  Meet at the main barn before 7pm.  

Members $10/Non-Members $15

Winter Farmers' Market


Saturday February 23rd 8:30-1 pm

We will have a limited selection of organic greens - top them off with our radish or pea shoots to add pizazz to your salad!

St. Luke's Episcopal Church, Scituate.

Upcoming Saturdays:

March 2 & 30

April 6

Microgreens Workshop


March 9th  1 - 3 pm

Microgreens are a delicious and nutritious year-round crop at Holly Hill Farm.  We're experts in microgreens: click on the link below to see a national article for which our own farmer Jon Graziano was interviewed.

At this workshop, you'll learn all about growing these nutritional powerhouses indoors.  $12 for members, $15 for non-members. Info and to register:


More about microgreens

Nibble on Natives in Your Yard


Sunday, April 7, 2-4pm 

Join Russ Cohen, expert forager and author of Wild Plants I Have Known…and Eaten, for a 60-minute slide show featuring at least two dozen species of native edible wild plants suitable for adding to your landscape, or nibbling on as you encounter them in nature. 

Free Event @ the Hingham Library

Teens, sign up now!


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.

Last year, we donated over 1,000 pounds of fresh food to our neighbors in need.  

Info?  jbelberhollyhill@hotmail.com


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