Farmers & Producers

Our community-owned grocery store will source from dozens of local producers. To add your favorite local farm, beekeeper, or other producer to our list of potential suppliers, e-mail

And have fun searching the list of local producers below, many of whom are Co-op Owners!

Stearns Farm

862 Edmands Rd., Framingham, MA 01701

Producers: Ember Fleming

Stearns Farm is a nonprofit, community-supported agriculture (CSA) farm that plants more than 40 vegetables, using all natural, sustainable growing methods that increase soil fertility and keep plants healthy.

CSA, Fruit, Organic, Vegetables

Long Life Farm

204 Winter Street, Hopkinton, MA 01748

Producers: Laura Davis and Donald Sutherland

Long Life Farm is a certified organic, bio-nutrient dense farm. Farmer Laura Davis and her husband, Donald Sutherland, grow organic vegetables and fruit on several plots in and around Hopkinton. Through intense soil monitoring and remediation, Laura and Donald are striving to go beyond organic to grow more nutritious, nutrient dense vegetables that give people the minerals they need.

Certified Organic, CSA, Fruit, Vegetables

Cookie Lady Treats

Maynard, MA

Producers: Laura Weinstein

Maynard resident Laura Weinstein is the Cookie Lady, and her inventive baked goodies are a local favorite. From blueberries and cream cookies to chocolate babka to cinnamon pretzels, homemade lemon bread and ciabatta, the Cookie Lady’s got your sweet tooth satisfied!

Baked Goods

Hillside Harvest

196 Quincy Street, Boston, MA 02121

Producers: Kamaal Jarrett

Born in Jamaica, Hillside Harvest founder Kamaal Jarrett grew up in Milton, Massachusetts, watching cooking shows and helping out at his aunt’s Carribbean restaurant. Today, Jarrett makes delicious hot sauces inspired by his Caribbean and American heritage.


Lyndigo Spice

196 Quincy St., Boston, MA 02121

Producers: Celeste Croxton-Tate

Smoky Peach & Cherry Chutney anyone? Lyndigo Spice is minority- and woman-owned, and founder Celeste Croxton-Tate grew up in Roxbury in what she describes as a “melting pot of different cultures.” Carribean and Indian food were the inspiration for her original pineapple chutney, and today she sells a full lineup of spice blends, chutneys, relishes, and fruit spreads. Croxton-Tate is also a Boston Police Officer.


Meadowbrook Orchards

209 Chace Hill Road, Sterling, MA

Meadowbrook Orchards is located on 100 acres of rolling farmland in Sterling. Five generations of the Chandler family have worked the land since 1912. Today, they grow four kinds of apples, as well as blueberries, pumpkins, nectarines and raspberries. And they offer a fruit CSA from July through October!

CSA, Fruit

Union Coffee Roaster

25 Main Street, Ayer, MA

Producers: Carrie and Jesse Medley

Carrie and Jesse Medley focus on sustainably sourced coffee beans, and they work with smaller importers & social enterprises who work directly with the farmers building relationships over time. This allows farmers to receive higher prices and have a higher standard of living.


Clearview Farm

4 Kendall Hill Road Sterling, MA 01564

Producers: Rick and Diane Melone

Clearview Farm is a 6th-generation farm that grows fruits, vegetables, flowers and herbs on 85 acres. The farm produces up towards 30 varieties of apples from early macs to late baldwins and practices Integrated Pest Management (IPM). In season, families can find pick-your-own apples, hayrides, live music and more.

Fruit, Vegetables

Summer Beez

44 Summer Road Berlin, MA 01503

Producers: Evelyn and Michael Schraft

Summer Beez  is a family owned and operated apiary in Berlin, Massachusetts. Surrounded by apple orchards and family farms, they sell pure, raw honey. The apiary also supplies bee packages, including complete beehives with bees and native queens, as well as local pollination and hive maintenance.


Goodnow Farms Chocolate

80 Goodnow Rd., Sudbury, MA 01776

Producers: Tom and Monica Rogan

Hand-crafted on the 225-year-old Goodnow Farm in Sudbury, Goodnow Farms Chocolate has won dozens of national and international awards for its is single-origin, sustainably produced chocolate. Owners Tom and Monica travel throughout Central America to work directly with their farmers, ensuring that they’re fairly compensated for their cacao and their farming practices are sustainable.


Kalon Farm

28 Corey Hill Rd., Ashburnham, MA 01430

Producers: Keith Kopley

A family farm founded in 2009, Kalon Farm raises grass-fed beef and lamb, pasture raised pork, and free range chicken and eggs on 150 acres in Ashburnham. The farm also has its own brewery, Bull Spit Brewing, and its own winery, Hillside Cellars. and

Beer/Wine/Spirits, Meat

Wind Eagle Farm

70 Whitney St., Westminster, MA 01473

Producers: John and Bonnie

Farmers John and Bonnie grass feed and pasture raise their Belted Galloway cattle. Their Tamworth/ Old Spot Pigs are organically fed and raised in woodland pastures, and their Cornish Cross Chickens are organically fed and free range. and

Meat, Organic

Lilac Hedge Farm

106 Bond Rd., Holden, MA 01522

Producers: Ryan MacKay

Set on 350 acres in Holden, Lilac Hedge Farm pasture-raises beef, pork, lamb, chicken, turkey and ducks. Farmer Ryan MacKay also offers a CSA meat share program.

CSA, Eggs, Meat

Harper’s Farm and Garden

1539 North Main St. Lancaster, MA 01523

Producers: David Harper

A fourth-generation family farm, Harpers Farm and Garden was built by William Harper in 1903. Today the Harpers grow 70 varieties of fruits and vegetables and offer a produce CSA. They use organic practices, including biodegradable mulch, crop rotation, cover crops, and beneficial insects such as predator wasps and lady bugs to keep ahead of insects, weeds, and disease.

CSA, Fruit, Vegetables

Bedford Blueberry Goat Farm

53 Concord Rd Bedford, MA

Producers: Ann Kiessling and Stephen Hagan

Bedford Blueberry Goat Farm is a micro-dairy milking Saanens for small-batch production of pasteurized goat milk and fresh cheese.

Dairy, Other

Chip-In Farm

201 Hartwell Rd. Bedford, MA 01730

Producers: The Couvee Family

Chip-in Farm was established in 1944, when Hendrick and Thelma Couveé, along with their son Herbert, “chipped-in” to purchase a former dairy farm on Hartwell Road. Now in its third generation, Chip-In Farm sells its own organic produce, pasture-raised eggs and grass-fed beef, pork, and lamb, as well as products from local producers. The farm also has a kids’ petting zoo and offers farm classes, including Goat Yoga!

Eggs, Meat, Organic, Other

Newgrange Farm

156 Green Road Bolton, MA 01740

Producers: Annemarie and Conor Nagle

Newgrange Farm is a small, family run farm raising dairy and market goats, chickens, ducks and bees. Products include duck & chicken eggs, all natural goats milk soap, and honey

Eggs, Other

Schartner Farm

279 W. Berlin Rd. Bolton, MA 10740

Producers: Robert Schartner and Family

A fifth-generation fruit and vegetable farm, Schartner Farm has been in operation since 1902, when Julius Schartner emigrated to the U.S. from Austria. Today, the farm is run by Robert Schartner and his family and is known for pick-your-own apples and an elaborate corn maize.

Fruit, Vegetables

Bolton Spring Farm

159 Main Street (Route 117) Bolton, MA 01740

Set on 150 acres of pristine farmland, rolling hills and woodlands, Bolton Spring Farm began as a dairy farm in the 1800s. Today, the orchard grows apples, pears, and vegetables and sells its own baked apple goodies and hot cider donuts!

Baked Goods, Fruit, Vegetables

Bolton Orchards

125 Still River Road, Bolton, MA 01740

A fifth generation orchard and farm, the 250-acre Bolton Orchards grows apples, peaches, pears, nectarines, plums, sweet corn, tomatoes, and pumpkins. The orchard also produces two unique varieties of fresh pressed cider.

Fruit, Vegetables

Nashoba Valley Winery and Orchard

100 Wattaquadock Hill Rd, Bolton, MA 01740

Producers: Richard Pelletier

Located on a beautiful hilltop overlooking Bolton, Nashoba Valley Winery and Orchard offers seasonal apple and peach picking, as well as its own award-winning local wine, beer, and spirits made from the orchards own grapes and fruits.

Beer/Wine/Spirits, Fruit

Nicewicz Family Farm

116 Sawyer Road Bolton, MA 01740

Producers: David, Alan, Ken and Tommy Nicewicz

After Julian and Catherine Nicewicz emigrated from Poland and settled in Clinton, they bought Nicewicz Family Farm in Bolton in 1929. Today, their four grandsons continue the tradition, growing apples, peaches, nectarines, apricots, pears, plums, blueberries, corn, flowers, and vegetables.

Fruit, Vegetables

Codman Community Farms

58 Codman Road, Lincoln, MA, 01773

Producers: Pete Lowy, Farm Manager

With barns dating back to the 1700s, the nonprofit Codman Community Farms was founded in 1973 by citizens interested in continuing Lincoln’s farming heritage. The farm uses organic and sustainable farming methods, raising 100% grass fed lambs, goats, and cattle. CCF also sells organically fed poultry, organic eggs, and some organic produce and fruit.

CSA, Fruit, Meat, Organic, Vegetables

Lindentree Farm

10 Old Concord Road, Lincoln, MA 01773

Producers: Ari Kurtz and Moira Donnell, Owners (Co-op Owners #356)

For 30 years, farmers Ari and Moira (Co-op Owners!) have grown certified organic vegetables and berries at Lindentree Farm. They sell their fresh produce through CSA (community-supported agriculture) member shares.

Certified Organic, CSA, Fruit, Vegetables

Siena Farms

113 Haynes Road, Sudbury MA 01776

Producers: Chris Kurth, Owner

A family farm in its 15th year of operation, Siena Farms cultivates 50 acres of protected farmland in Sudbury and Concord. Chris Kurth grows over 100 varieties of vegetables for the farm’s 500-member CSA community, farmstores in the Boston Public Market and Boston’s South End, and select restaurants and chefs. Siena Farms is not certified organic but uses organic growing methods, free of chemical herbicides, pesticides, and synthetic fertilizers.

CSA, Organic, Vegetables

Clark Farm

185 Concord Street, Carlisle, MA 01741

Producers: Andrew Rogers, Farm Manager

Clark Farm produces certified organic vegetables and berries for its CSA community, farm stand and local farm-to-table restaurant. In addition to vegetables, Clark Farm raises lamb, goats, pastured pork and laying hens.

Certified Organic, Fruit, Meat, Vegetables

Daisy Hill Farm

64 Wood Ln, Acton, MA 01720

Producers: Kate Despres

Kate Despres’ Daisy Hill Farm is a micro farm in Acton offering community supported agriculture (CSA) shares of vegetables, herbs, and flowers. Though not certified organic, Daisy Hill uses organic farming methods.

CSA, Organic, Vegetables

Cucurbit Farm

32 Parker Street, Acton, MA, 01720

Producers: The Christpherson Family, Owners

Cucurbit Farm is a fifth-generation family farm founded by the Christopherson family in 1896. The family grows annuals, perennials, tomatoes, corn, pumpkins and a wide variety of vegetables that are sold seasonally at the farmstand. Pronounced ‘Kyoo-ker-bit’ (think cucumber), a cucurbit is any plant in the gourd family, which consists of nearly 1000 species including pumpkins, summer and winter squashes, cucumbers, melons, and more.


Jones Farm

246 Acton Road, Chelmsford, MA 01824

Producers: Phil and Deb Jones, Owners

Jones Farm is a local, nutrient-dense organic farm. Phil and Deb take great care to maintain a rich nutrient balance to foster healthy soil and more nutrient-dense vegetables.

Organic, Vegetables

Haynes Farm

Robin Hill Road, Chelmsford, MA 01824

Producers: Clovis Haynes

Clovis Haynes runs Haynes Farm, a micro farm at Sunny Meadow Farms. He also runs the Carlisle Farmers Market and is a supporter of all things Co-op!

Fruit, Vegetables

Carver Hill Orchard

101 Brookside Avenue Stow, MA 01775

Carver Hill Orchard has been farmed continuously by the Lord-Fletcher family for 150 years. This 75+ acre property is a destination for pick-your-own apples, fresh vegetables, herbs and flowers, as well as freshly-pressed apple cider and donuts in the farm store. The farm also provides scenic views and wildlife habitat, with approximately 3,500 feet of frontage on Elizabeth Brook, and an equal boundary with Stow’s 370-acre Town Forest.

Fruit, Vegetables

Little Leaf Farms

P.O. Box 2069, Devens, MA 01434

Producers: Tim Cunniff, Co-Founder

Little Leaf Farms grows hydroponic lettuce and greens year-round out of a state-of-the-art 5-acre greenhouse in Devens. Their greens are grown using 100% captured rainwater, no chemical pesticides, and no soil. The greenhouse recaptures CO2 from a 95% efficient natural gas heating system, and solar panels provide much of the facility’s electricity.


The Farm at Walden Woods

1089 Concord Turnpike, Concord, MA 01742

The Farm at Walden Woods is a USDA certified organic vegetable farm. Through growing and selling a range of produce like squash, eggplant, pumpkins, tomatoes and corn, the Walden Woods Project is able to use all proceeds to directly support the Farm at Walden Woods and also fund the Project’s efforts to protect more land within historic Walden Woods.

Certified Organic, Vegetables

Shelburne Farm

106 W Acton Rd, Stow, MA 01775

Producers: Ted Painter, Owner

Shelburne Farm in Stow is the oldest pick-your-own apple orchard in eastern Massachusetts. It has been owned and operated by the Painter family since the 1990s and prides itself on family-friendly options, from pick-your-own apples to hot cider donuts (watch them drop into the fryer through the window!) to a mini-tractor race track, farm animals, hay mountain and hayrides.

Fruit, Other

Hutchins Farm

754 Monument St, Concord, MA 01742

Producers: Gordon Bemis (Co-op Owner #509)

Hutchins Farm is one of the oldest and largest certified organic vegetable and fruit operations in Massachusetts – owned and operated by the same family since 1895 and certified organic since 1973! Farmer Gordon Bemis (a proud Co-op Owner!) actively cultivates over 35 acres of vegetables, about an acre of small fruit, and 8 acres of apples. They sell produce directly to consumers at their farm stand in Concord and at three weekly farmers’ markets. and

Certified Organic, CSA, Fruit, Vegetables

Muddy Water Coffee

Harvard, MA

Producers: Tim Van Sipe (Co-op Owner #924), Owner

Muddy Water Coffee’s Tim Van Sipe (a Co-op Owner!) hand-roasts his beans in microbatches and delivers them to fans across Metro West Boston, often within 24 hours! Known for some of the freshest coffee around, he also operates the muddy water coffee truck, which can be found most mornings parked in the Seaport District as well as the occasional stopover at the Acton train station.


Couët Farm & Fromagerie

236 Ramshorn Road Dudley, MA 01571

Following apprenticeships in Europe and a life-long love of cheese and agriculture, Marie-Laure Couët opened Couët Farm & Fromagerie in Dudley in 2015. With the goal of supporting and feeding the community, she creates small-batch, handmade cheeses with milk from single-source family dairies. She carefully selects her milk and pays fair prices to contribute to the regional economy. Couët Farm is woman-owned and uses biodegradable shipping and solar power to reduce its carbon footprint.

Cheese, Dairy

Small Farm

185 Gleasondale Road, Stow, MA 01775

Producers: Elena Colman and Karl Goethert (Co-op Owners #156), Owners

Elena and Karl (Co-op Owners!) started farming in 2004 and 2005 and launched their first farm, Crooked Row Fields, in 2013. In 2018, after being introduced to Dwight Sipler, Elena and Karl took over ownership of Small Farm. They sell organically grown produce (certification pending) and have added two CSA programs, PYO flowers, and a fantastic seedling sale to go along with previous offerings of a seasonal farm stand. They also found the time to get married on the farm with family and friends in 2019.

CSA, Other, Vegetables

Applefield Farm

724 Great Road, Stow, MA 01775

Producers: Raymond Mong (Co-op Owner #416) and Family, Owners

Raymond Mong (a proud Co-op Owner!) and his family have owned Applefield Farm since 1981. While the farm is not certified organic, Ray uses organic methods to cultivate vegetables on the farm’s 25 acres. They also bring in conventional products from nearby farms (labeled as such). And with eight greenhouses, Applefield Farm grows a wide variety of their own plants and flowers, cutting out wholesale middlemen and selling directly to local folks like you.

Organic, Other, Vegetables

Karma Coffee Roasters

100c Boston Post Road, Sudbury, MA 01776

Producers: David Conboy, Owner

Karma Coffee is a local, small-batch coffee roaster specializing in ethically sourced beans from around the world. Owner David Conboy travels to remote regions of the globe – literally hiking miles into the Peruvian mountains, for example – to source hand-selected beans directly from farmers. By cutting out the middlemen, he can pay farmers fairly, which helps them support entire families and villages that would otherwise be exploited. Back in Sudbury, he hand roasts his beans to perfection.


Marshall Farms

171 Harrington Ave, Concord, MA

Producers: Rick Marshall, Owner

Marshall Farms is a 3rd-generation family farm in Concord that sells eggs, fresh vegetables, flowers and plants, pumpkins, Christmas trees and wreathes, and firewood. Kids of all ages are welcome to stop by and meet and feed the goats, chickens and bunny!

Eggs, Other, Vegetables

Hudson Hives

Hudson, MA

Producers: Stephen Burney, Beekeeper (Co-op Owner #775)

Hudson Hives is a small family-run apiary located in Hudson, where beekeeper Stephen Burney (a Co-op Owner!) raises honey bees using sustainable practices; harvesting honey in small batches the old-fashioned way. Stephen’s bees forage his biodynamic herb gardens, collecting pollen and nectar and in the process pollinating the plants, flowers and trees.

Stephen’s wife, Jen, is an herbalist and aromatherapist and handcrafts all the candles, soaps, and lip balms using honey and beeswax from Hudson Hives’ bees and herbs from their garden.


Barrett’s Mill Farm

449 Barrett’s Mill Road, Concord, MA 01742

Producers: Lise Holdorf (Co-op Owner #537), Melissa Maxwell

Barrett’s Mill Farm is a certified organic, diversified vegetable farm located on the McGrath Farmstead in Concord. Their vegetables are currently sold through their CSA and farm store. Lise and Melissa are big Co-op supporters! and

Certified Organic, CSA, Organic, Vegetables

Flats Mentor Farm

769 Main Street, Lancaster MA 01523

Producers: Pasquale (Pat) Lanni, Director

Flats Mentor Farm is a project of the nonprofit World Farmers, which provides business training and startup land for immigrant farmers who want to build local farming businesses. More than a dozen immigrant farmers grow both native New England produce and unique products from their native countries.

Fruit, Vegetables

Old Frog Pond Farm

38 Eldridge Road, Harvard, MA 01451

Producers: Linda Hoffman, Orchardist & Artist

Old Frog Pond Farm is one of the few Certified Organic Orchards in Massachusetts. Every fall they open for pick-your-own apples and raspberries and sell fresh vegetables from their farm stand. Owner Linda Hoffman (also a Co-op Owner!) is an artist, and the farm is home to a large outdoor sculpture walk with rotating exhibits, workshops, Plein Air Poetry, and other community events throughout the year.

Certified Organic, Fruit, Organic