The 2017 CSA is open Tuesdays and Thursdays 11am-6pm and Saturdays 10am-3pm. Remember to bring your CSA bag and to leave time for picking as we hope that the first pick-your-own crops will be ready! If you are new and missed the Saturday orientation, our shopkeeper will be happy to bring you up to speed!
Stop by the farm stand for 10-15 minutes to meet your farmers and talk with us about how the 2017 CSA works! New and returning members are welcome. All members will receive a copy of the updated 2017 CSA Guide and a bonus veggie! New members will also receive their CSA bag.
There may still be a chill in the air, but it will definitely be springtime in the greenhouse! Celebrate the end of a long winter by stopping by the farm to check out the young seedlings, chat with farmers Melissa and Lise, and seed a plant to take home. You'll also get the chance to tour our brand new greenhouse that we built during the 2016 season! Refreshments (including micro greens for taste testing) will be available, and we will raffle off a 2-week trial membership to the CSA.
Join us for the Concord Agriculture Committee's annual Spring Forum at the Harvey Wheeler Community Center. This year's topic is "Why I became a farmer: Concord farmers tell their stories." We'll be there along with panel of other local growers! Refreshments will be provided.
The 2016 CSA is open Tuesdays and Thursdays 11am-6pm and Saturdays 10am-3pm. Remember to bring your CSA bag and to leave time for picking as we hope that the first pick-your-own crops will be ready!
Stop by the farm stand for 10-15 minutes to meet your farmers and talk with us about how the 2016 CSA works! New and returning members are welcome. All members will receive a copy of the updated 2016 CSA Guide and a bonus veggie! New members will also receive their CSA bag.
Come by the farm to welcome the start of our third season! Bring a picnic and stay to enjoy an interactive dance performance by local artists Pete Cormier, Ellen Gorman and Amanda Mastroianni. The piece will be performed at 1:00, 1:30 and 2:00, and we will be offering farm tours at 1:15 and 2:15. We'll also have some fun kids' activities available, including a scavenger hunt and a tractor for exploration (with the supervision of a parent). The farm store will be open and we'll be around to chat, so stop by, say hello and enjoy the spring farm scenery!
More info about the performance from Pete Cormier: "Liminal Nature Art is an interactive performance piece inspired by nature that integrates dance, music and nature art. This choreographic piece comes from the idea that we breathe nature into ourselves and as it informs our intentions we are transformed. We will explore the liminal space that exists between art and nature by moving through and between beech tree limbs that were rescued from a brush pile destined for a fire pit, but now stand tall in quiet dignity."
This is our second year hosting this fun event with the Concord Family Network! CFN members are invited to bring their kids over to the farm to explore our tractors, join in a scavenger hunt or create some farm-themed artwork. CFN members should log in to Big Tent to sign up. For more information about the Concord Family Network or to become a member, visit their website!
Visit us at our tent at the 2nd Annual West Acton Wellness Fair highlighting local health, wellness, and education based businesses of Acton and surrounding communities. There will be live music, raffles, giveaways and more! Rain or Shine. For more information and updates check out: www.westactonvillageworks.com
Join us for this fun talk and farm fair organized by Concord's Ag Committee! A panel of Concord farmers will discuss how we deal with some of the challenges Mother Nature throws at us. We'll be on the panel discussing weed management.
Following the talk you'll have the opportunity to visit with many of the farmers from town. Stop by our booth to chat with us and get all your burning questions answered
Join us for a Saturday afternoon at the Fowler Library in West Concord to talk seeds! We will share our favorite vegetable varieties as well as the why and how of our selection process. Bring your questions and your favorite seed catalogs to join in the discussion!
Last CSA pick-ups for the 2015 season are Tuesday, October 20th and Thursday October 22nd. The store will continue to be open during our regular hours through October 31st. Thanks for a great season!
We will still offer a tour of the main vegetable field at 2:30 for anyone who is interested. Bring your rain boots and a warm jacket! The store is also open for our regular Saturday hours, 10am - 4pm.
We'll be hosting a tour and talk as part of the annual Concord Farm and Garden Fair. The farm stand will be open during the fair from 1 - 3pm.
Tour of the fields at 1 pm*: Meet just outside the farm stand for a walking tour of the fields with the farmers highlighting growing practices and focusing on fall crops.
*Please note that the Farm and Garden Fair brochure has a misprint. There is no tour at 3pm.
Farmers’ talk at 2pm: Join the farmers for a discussion at the greenhouse behind the farm stand. The farmers will share tips about choosing what vegetable varieties to grow and why. Come with questions and leave with ideas for next year’s vegetable garden!
Come visit our stall at the 10th annual Ag Day Farmers' Market, located on Main Street in Concord Center. We'll be there along with about 20 different farmers and vendors from Concord who will be selling their own veggies, fruit, eggs, meat, and flowers. Our farm stand will be closed for the day, but we'll have plenty of vegetables available at the market!
Stop by the farm stand for 15-20 minutes to learn about how the CSA works. Both new and returning members are welcome. All members will receive a copy of the 2015 CSA handbook and a bonus veggie. New members will also receive their CSA bag.
Join us for a picnic on the farm with live music! Bring your lunch and a picnic blanket, soak in the farm scenery and celebrate the start of the farm season. There will also be an interactive sculptural experience and children's art project led by local artist Kerri Schmidt. In case of rain, we will move the picnic inside the farm stand. We we will have a few chairs available but if it looks like rain, it's a good idea to bring your own folding chair! This event is free and open to the public.
Amelia Mason (fiddle) and Bethany Waickman (guitar) will play New England fiddle tunes - a unique blend of traditional Irish, French Canadian, Scottish, English, and Appalachian music with a few original tunes mixed in for good measure. They can often be found playing for contradances across North America with their trio, Anadama (http://anadama.bandcamp.com).
The Col. James Barrett House across the street from us is open twice per year, so don't miss the chance to check it out! Feel free to park in the farm stand parking area. For more information about this and other Patriot's Day related events at Minute Man National Historical Park, visit: http://www.nps.gov/mima/patriots-day.htm
There may still be snow on the ground, but it’s definitely springtime in the greenhouse! Celebrate the end of a long winter by stopping by the farm to check out the young seedlings, chat with farmers Melissa and Lise, and seed a plant to take home. There will be a casual farm-themed craft corner for children to enjoy and light refreshments for everyone.
The greenhouse is attached to our farm stand at 449 Barrett's Mill Road, Concord. Questions? Email email@example.com.