Shares for the 2020 Season have sold out - Thank you for your support!

Please email us to be put on the waiting list.

We are a horse-powered vegetable farm in Conway, Massachusetts offering CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) shares to our local community. We offer fresh produce for weekly pickup on the farm to members who prepay for each season. When you join, you'll receive a cloth bag to fill with your own selection of vegetables from the day's harvest. Our main season generally runs for 22 weeks, from the first full week of June through the end of October. We also offer part-time share options if you're are away a lot or need smaller quantities of vegetables than what the regular share provides. Please see the CSA Sign-Up page for more details.

From our farm store you can also purchase other local products, such as bread, cheese, fruits, yogurt, honey, maple syrup, miso, pickles & krauts, kombucha, dressings, and various other goods and snacks. We are open to the public during CSA distribution hours for non-CSA members to come and shop for produce as well. The farm store is open daily, throughout the year. Please see our COVID-19 page for our current farm store policies.

CSA Pick-ups have been expanded this year

Hours are:

Tuesday's 3-6:30pm

Thursday's 2-5:30pm

Friday's 3-6:30pm

The farm Store is also open during these hours for non-members to come in and shop our produce.


 Our farm is graced by the South River, which runs between our crop fields and our roadside CSA distribution barn. We cross the river either through a ford by horse and wagon or over it by foot, on a wooden suspension bridge. CSA families often spend hours at the farm when picking up vegetables, wading in the river, picking you-pick crops in the fields, and visiting with friends.

Life Is Sacred


 It is with a reverence for all living things that we aim to raise every plant and animal on the farm in optimal health and vitality. To this end, we begin by nourishing the land with compost, mineral amendments, cover crops, and grazing animals. By enlivening the earth in this manner, the food and forage harvested tend to yield an enlivening effect of their own. It is this quality in our produce that you can taste and feel. In light of the belief that food is our best medicine, it is our ultimate hope that by offering this “medicinal” food we are contributing to the healing and enlivening of our culture.


Let us first nourish the land
so that in return it may nourish us,
for any sustainable culture has its roots in the earth