The Temple-Wilton Community Farm has been "Growing Food in Community since 1986," which makes us the oldest continuously operating CSA in the United States. Our diversified farm of 200+ acres grows and produces everything from raw milk and cheeses to biodynamically-grown vegetables, pastured-raised meat chickens, pastured pigs, laying hens, grass-fed beef and veal and grass-fed lamb.
What really makes our farm special, though, is the community of individuals and families who have contributed- and still contribute- so much to making our farm a community of people who care for each other as they care for the land that sustains us all.
So, have a look around the website, visit it often for the latest farm product offerings and news, and make sure you put your feet to the ground and visit us in person. We look forward to meeting you!
And while you're here, take a look at this video which highlights our current campaign to finally purchase the farm we have been farming for decades! Help us secure the future of our community farm!
A Journey into the Heart of Gold. A new look at the heart and the role of vegetables in the human diet. A lectur
Now you can see the breadth of our various farmlands up here on Abbot Hill. From Gage Field to Randi's Field, from the top of Frye Field down to the Hidden Meadow that once was a peach orchard a
Click here to view the showcase.