Farms & Community Gardens
Whether it's our six vibrant working farms or 56 community gardens across eight Boston neighborhoods, The Trustees understands local food and farming matters. That's why our farms have everything from cooking classes to Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) programs. Our community gardens are sources of neighborhood pride that turn neighbors into friends, strengthen family bonds and traditions, and inspire joy in the shared work of growing fresh, healthy, and delicious food.
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Enjoy one of the oldest continuously operating farms in the country!
56 community gardens totaling 15 acres in eight Boston neighborhoods!
Explore our vegetable farm, a seasonal grass-fed beef herd, goats, sheep, chickens, and a seasonal farm store.
Follow a trail from the farmstead through restored woodlands to hillside hayfields and pastures, where you’ll enjoy views of Great Blue Hill and the Boston skyline.
Powisset features a vegetable farm, a seasonal grass-fed beef herd, chickens and pigs, an educational kitchen, and a seasonal farm store.
Part of the historic Katama Farm on Martha’s Vineyard, featuring a diverse livestock operation, educational garden, popular summer camp, and engaging programs for adults and children.
Weir River is known for its grass-fed beef herd, family-friendly events, and educational programming featuring a variety of animals.