Come Grow With Me – Read about how hope is beginning to sprout for farmers and the communities they feed.
Got Land? – Learn how you can create a permanent legacy and help ensure the healthy future of our communities.
Lend a Hand – Come volunteer on a farm or reservation and see just how rewarding it can be!
The Trustees of Reservations own and manage seven vibrant, working farms in Massachusetts: Appleton Farms, Chestnut Hill Farm, The FARM Institute, Moose Hill Farm, Moraine Farm, Powisset Farm, and Weir River Farm. Each farm has its own particular fresh flavor, and its own unique attributes, including iconic red New England barn buildings, miles of rolling grassland and trails, grazing livestock, and plucky wandering chickens.
While farmland in the nation is rapidly disappearing, we consider preserving this piece of our collective history a crucial part of our mission. To encourage more folks to eat locally, we have grown thriving Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) programs at five of our farms. Some of our farms sell site-grown produce and meat, and Appleton Farms recently launched a boutique dairy operation featuring fresh milk, farmstead cheese, and yogurt.
|Meat CSA (CSA)
Sharon, Dover, Hingham, & Southborough – The Trustees is very excited to be offering its first ever Meat CSA! The Trustees Meat CSA includes beef, pork and chicken raised on Trustees farms by Trustees farmers. Available at Moose Hill Farm, Powisset Farm, Weir River Farm, and Chestnut Hill Farm.
|Appleton Farms (CSA)
Ipswich & Hamilton – Check out Appleton Farms, America’s oldest working livestock and vegetable farm – meet cows, chickens, and lots of wildlife. Also onsite: a farm-fresh dairy store.
|Chestnut Hill Farm (CSA) Peak Season Shares Available Now
Southborough – Our newest CSA producing fresh, organically produced vegetables for the local community this season. The program will grow more than 40 varieties of fruits, vegetables, and herbs.
|Powisset Farm (CSA) Peak Season Shares Available Now
Dover – Powisset Farm has a long history of agricultural enterprises, from a dairy farm many years ago, to Amelia Peabody’s legendary farm, famous for its breed stock of Hereford cattle and Yorkshire pigs.
|Visit a Farm Stand or Farmers' Market
Statewide – Find out where to buy the delicious veggies that we grow at our farms!
Dartmouth – Roam from pasture and planted fields through a small woodland before emerging at the edge of a serene salt marsh near the head of the tidal Little River.
|The Bradley Estate
Canton – The Bradley Estate has a small working farm with three miles of cart paths through the woods and beautiful gardens.
|The FARM Institute
Edgartown, Martha's Vineyard – Located on the historic Katama Farm on the island of Martha’s Vineyard, we are home to a flock of 60 ewes, 62 cows, 180 hens, and more.
|Land of Providence
Holyoke – Through the generosity of a religious order long committed to Holyoke, everyone can now experience a unique floodplain forest and a riverside working farm with strong ties to urban residents.
Beverly – This Frederick Law Olmsted-designed property is home to a thriving CSA, a ropes-based adventure course, and a school.
|Weir River Farm
Hingham – Originally part of a picturesque, early-20th-century country estate, Weir River Farm today is a 82-acre working farm that produces vegetables, flowers, meat, and eggs for local families.