Once we have picked, processed and packed CSA shares we stock our Farm Stands with the freshest, organically grown produce and eggs available. Be in the know...read below.
Eat Like Your Life Depends On It !
Cuttyhunk Island Farm Stand
Located at the end of Broadway near the water | Saturdays 11am - 2pm | June 23rd - August 25th | Rain or Shine
Each Saturday we will arrive at the Island to distribute our Vegetable and Egg CSA Shares. Since no one ever WANTS to leave Cuttyhunk right away we thought a Farm Stand was a great excuse to hang out for a few hours. Our goal is to offer the best, seasonal - local organically grown produce and eggs to Island residents and visitors alike. In addition, we offer cream top yogurt from Sweet & Salty Farm, bread, and other locally sourced goods! Our CSA Members will have their shares packaged and ready for them at the Farm Stand. All other products are available on a first come- first serve basis.
To ensure that you receive a weekly share please consider joining our Vegetable and / or Egg CSA. Click HERE to learn how!
Annual Plant Sale at Partners Village Store
865 Main Rd, Westport, Mass | Friday & Saturdays 8:30am - 1pm | May 19, 20, 26 & 27th | Rain or Shine
Buy Local Plants! This spring, don't risk purchasing vegetable plants from the big box stores - support local growers and visit a plant sale! Join us at Partners Village Store for our Annual Plant Sale, starting May 19th. We have a variety of vegetable, herb and flower seedlings sure to delight your inner gardener. We select varieties that are delicious and easy to grow. Our seedlings are strong enough to handle the ride home and can even hold over for a week or more until you're ready to plant!
Braga Field, Nonquitt
Located in Nonquitt (at the entrance on Smith Neck Rd.) | Sundays 2:30pm - 5:30pm | ***June 25th - Labor Day | Rain or Shine
Each Sunday we will be at the Braga Field just outside the Nonquitt Gate from 2:30pm - 5:30 pm - all are welcome. Our goal is to offer the best, seasonal - local organically grown produce and eggs to the Dartmouth community including Nonquitt residents and guests.