For more than 100 years, these agriculture stalwarts of Southeastern Massachusetts have been providing food, raising livestock, and helping feed the community, some even for centuries!Read More
Duxbury residents and town officials started discussing ways to preserve the town’s rural vistas and its agricultural past. The old DeLorenzo property is right along the Western Greenbelt and it became a priority.Read More
Updated for 2023 Farms offering CSA vegetable, flower, and meat shares. If you know a farm that...Read More
The value of heritage re-emerges as the Whipple’s and Withington’s, Plymouth-based cranberry family farmers, embark on a journey to restore its cranberry bogs – Forges Cranberries.Read More
edible SEMA has the ultimate guide for your fall adventures in Southeastern Massachusetts!Read More
At 78-year-old Ned Johnson is doing what he loves, farming hay in Rochester MA. He started at 12 years old in 1954, while working for a farmer in Mattapoisett. He earned two dollars an hour. “Back then it was a lot of money,” Ned boasted.Read More
The Indie Ferm Hop Yard preserves agricultural land in Plymouth with its hop crops.Read More
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Wine is food;
spray cheese is not.
Butter’s good; margarine is just yellow gunk.
Soil beats strip malls; food gardens are preferable to lawns; farmers, chefs, and artisans are our heroes.