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:
Join us during Sheep Week (April 29-May 3) to watch our farmers shear and to try your hand at skirting, washing, carding, felting, spinning, and weaving.
Our open-to-the-public session will take place on Tuesday, April 30, 2:15-3:30 PM. Advance sign up required. Limit: 20. Cost: $8/person. No charge for babies in arms.
Since this is normally a school program, sign up here through our School Programs Interest Sheet.
For the pre-K and K set who love to wander, whittle and build out in the woods. This afternoon program is out in the Forest, like the morning Forest Explorers, but is geared for kids who are a little older. We will hike, explore and try out some basic primitive skills in our beautiful forested area adjacent to the Farm. Wanderers fill the woods with wonder and laughter. Afternoons 1:00-4:00 pm $216/$180M.
Click here to register.
Please join us for a relaxed, peaceful hour, away from the hustle bustle of life. 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.