Meet Your Local Farmers!

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Join us Sat., March 23rd
(noon – 3:00 p.m.)
in the gym at the
Harwich Community Center

HCT and the Cape & Islands Farm Bureau are bringing you the 10th Annual “Meet Your Local Farmers” event (free & open to the public) on Saturday, March 23rd from noon – 3:00 p.m. in the gym at the Harwich Community Center (100 Oak St., Harwich, 02645). Kick-off the 2019 growing season, meet local farmers from around Cape Cod and learn more about locally grown products.  And, farmers will be selling all sorts of interesting (and delicious) items.

Below is a growing list of participating farms, farmers & affiliated groups:

– Art of Roasting (email:

– Barnstable County Extension Service: “Buy Fresh, Buy Local” sponsor

– Buy Fresh Buy Local (email: (, Barnstable County Extension Service

– Cape Abilities (email: local produce, tomatoes

– Cape & Islands Farm Bureau (email: (

– Cape Cod Beer (email: [please note that alcohol will not be available at this event]

– Cape Cod Cranberry Harvest (Debbie Greiner, email: jams & jellies

– Cape Cod Organic Farm (Tim Friery, email:

– Cape Farm Supply (Andrea & Leo Cakounes, email:

– Cape Community Equestrian

– Cedar Spring Herb Farm (Donna Wood Eaton, email:,

– Crow Farm (Paul Crowell, email: locally grown produce, fruit, corn, one of Cape Cod’s oldest farms

– E & T Farms, West Barnstable (Ed and Betty Osmond, email: aquaculture and hydroponic farm, honeybees, beeswax candles and creams, diversified small fruit and produce farm

– Edible Cape Cod Magazine (email:

– Eldredge Farms, Brewster (Jeff Eldredge, email: vegetables and potted plants

– Flowers by Stephanie (Stephanie Foster, email:

– Foss Farms (Doug Foss, email:

– Hammersmith Farms, LLC (Douglas Rentsch, email:

– Harwich Conservation Trust

– Harwich Farmers Market (

– Harwich Garden Club

– Harwich Historical Society (email:

– Hidden Acres Farm, Dennisport (Jan Rollins, email:

– Hillside Poultry Farm, Truro (Drew Locke, email:;

– Hokum Rock Farm (Steve Spear & Janice Riley, email: blueberries

– Lola’s Local Food Lab (Kim Shkapich, email:

– Mark Sylvia Insurance

– Massachusetts Farm Bureau (

– Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS) (Sharon Randall, email:

– Nobska Farms, Inc. (

– Not Enough Acres Farm, East Dennis (Jeff Deck, email: year-round organic produce and eggs

– Oak Tree Farm (Bob Speakman, email: livestock

– Orleans Winter Farmers Market

– Outer Cape Women, Infants & Children (WIC) (Gabrielle Hathaway, email:

– Pleasant Lake Farm (Skipper Lee, email:

– Sabatia Flowers (

– Seawind Meadows (Laura McDowell-May, email: or highland beef cattle and pork products

– Sustainable Cape (Francie Randolph, email:

– The Local Juice (Nicole Cormier, email:

– Thyme after Thyme (Kathie Sanders, email:

– Tuck-A-Way Farm, Harwich (Mark Coleman, email: ( local produce, strawberries

– Tuckernuck Farm, West Dennis (Veronica Worthington, email:  organic produce and sheep wool

– USDA Natural Resource Conservation Service (Sharon Randall, email:

– Want a Bee Farm (Cynthia Cole, email: or produce for restaurants and Barnstable Market

– Westminster Meats (Doug Macomber, email:

– You do it Suet (Desiree Cole, email:


Web_local_farmers_Bill_Pomeroy_26Value-added local products:

Learn about local businesses that enhance local products with that special something that sets them apart from the rest. For example, learn more about jellies and jams made with local berries by Cape Cod Cranberry Harvest.

More info.

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.

To cultivate common ground, here are links to some local farms. Enjoy your experience and thank you for visiting.

Related Farm Links: