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 animals, 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.

What’s New at NCOF:

In the coming year, with your help, we will support our community, improve our facilities, teach the public and tend the land.
To read more about our accomplishments and future plans, please click here.

Schools, scouts, families, and community groups can book maple sugaring tours now! Click here for more details and email [email protected] to schedule.

Click here for all the details and to register for our pre-school aged program that takes place in the forest.

Come on down to the farm for some freshly harvested eggs, honey, syrup, yarn, meat, garlic, potatoes, maple sugar, holiday wreaths, floral gifts, and more. Selection varies day to day based on growing season and availability.

Buy your loved one a One of a Kind gift this holiday season! Purchase an ‘Eat Like a Locavore’ class for that special person so that they can have a fun time out with friends and/or family doing something that is healthy, encourages sustainability and supports your local Farm community. Come to the Farm for an evening (or weekend afternoon) to learn all about what it means to eat like a Locavore, and how great it is for you and the environment! Then, cook a delicious meal with our yummy organic Farm ingredients with Audrey, cook extraordinaire, and the Asst Director at NCOF. The class will be approximately two hours long and can be held during the week or weekend
~Pricing available for groups between 4-12 people ($25/person/class)
~Recipient can contact Farm for mutually agreed upon class date and time
~We’ll work with group to determine nutritional interests and any dietary restrictions
~It’s fun, healthy, unique, sustainable and supports the local economy!
You can purchase the Eat Like a Locavore class online by using the following link.
Any questions please email [email protected]
Register for winter programs here. Opportunities for before school, after school, and home schoolers.

With your help, we can continue our work of fostering community and good will through the love of the land. Through yearly financial support, our members undergird all the work we do at the Natick Community Organic Farm. Please renew or join here.

Maple sugaring season will be here before we know it. Mark your calendars for our annual Maple Magic pancake breakfast and sugaring tours, Saturday, February 29, 2020.  To volunteer, email [email protected].