Holly Hill Farm has been in the White family for six generations with the land itself farmed since the arrival of European settlers, and no doubt prior to that time by the Native Americans indigenous to the area. For centuries, our scenic salt marshes provided hay and livestock grazing. In 1980, the White family set up a conservation trust for 120 acres of the land. In 2002 the non-profit Friends of Holly Hill Farm was established to manage the working farm and Jean White (pictured) remains a daily fixture on the farm.
Certified organic since 2000, our growing and harvesting practices respect the land while delivering fresh vegetables, herbs, flowers and honey to our farm stand, select local restaurants, and the Cohasset and Scituate Farmer's Markets. Our farm intern programs help train the next generation about sustainable farming.
Our award-winning farm stand (Best of Boston 2017) features an old school "farm account" for customers. We offer a curated selection of artisanal products and partnerships with ethically sourced meat producers.