Local farms follow a long history of Cape Cod agriculture, form the foundation of our relationship with food, and help shape the rural character of our communities. Locally grown produce, economic opportunities, niche products, and community involvement are just some of the benefits offered by your local, small town farm.
At the Harwich Conservation Trust, we hope to cultivate common ground between local farms and our land protection endeavors. For example, striving for sustainable management of natural resources is vital to viable farms as well as important for land and water resources. Also, our local economy is largely supported by visitors from far and wide who choose Cape Cod because of the quality of our natural resources and sense of place.
Sign up for our free e-newsletter by clicking on the link in the upper right of your screen to receive event announcements like the Annual “Meet Your Local Farmers” event co-sponsored by HCT and the Cape & Islands Farm Bureau. Kick-off the spring growing season by meeting up to fifty local farmers and affiliated groups from around Cape Cod. Join us to learn more about locally grown products, scenic farm settings, and farm-related activities for all ages.
And to cultivate common ground, here are links to some local farms. Enjoy your experience and thank you for visiting.
- Cape Cod Lavender Farm
- Cranberry Bog Tours
- Cedar Spring Herb Farm
- Taylor Bray Farm
- Pleasant Lake Farm
- Coonamessett Farm
- E & T Farms
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