The Natick Community Organic Farm

The Natick Community Organic Farm is a nonprofit, certified-organic farm
providing
productive open space, farm products, and hands-on education for all ages, year-round.

 

The Farm is free to visit and open to the public from sun up to sundown every day of the year.

See the creatures, pick up some veggies, flowers, eggs, or maple syrup at our self-service market stand, and get a first-hand view of what local food looks like.

***Thanksgiving Turkeys***
SOLD OUT for 2018 as of 11/9 11 AM
Call us to join the wait list (508) 655-2204

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The Natick Farm is about farming in the public eye. When you come here you get to see what food looks like before it gets processed, refined, or packaged. You get to see what taking good care of the land and the animals looks like. And you get to see what teaching the next generation about stewardship, ecology, and personal responsibility looks like.

We are farming in community and would love to have you join us.

 

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Reserve a Thanksgiving Turkey starting Aug 15

The market is open all year!

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Whats New at NCOF!

#givingtuesday

New class! Outdoor Mindfulness Class (ages 16+)  

Please join us for a relaxed, peaceful hour, away from the hustle bustle of the holiday season. We will stroll into the beautiful forest area and practice the philosophy of Shinrin-yoku (Forest Bathing). We will allow ourselves to unwind, use our senses and do some mindful, gentle movement to take in the healing qualities of nature. Research shows that getting a regular dose of nature therapy makes us feel better, helps combat stress and boosts our immunity. Give yourself the gift of an hour of tranquility during the busy holiday season.

This is a pilot program at the program and so it is being offered at a special rate of $10 for the class. For people 16+ please.

Saturday, December 1 8-9am $10

The Natick Common Guide