For more information, please email Glenn at:
willowpond.farmer (at) yahoo.com
- value fresh, local, organic food
- value eating well, in season, close to where you live
- supporting young farmers who are committed to this work
- truly "get" that "this" is not just about picking up your fresh groceries
- want your children to have a strong connection to the food and the land
- love learning about what it takes to grow food
- value sharing the risk of an entire season with the farmer
- love feeling connected to the land, the farmer, and others
- make each trip to the farm a weekly outing to the land and growing things
- value connecting with others who feel this pull as well
- love making a difference by living it each week
- take pleasure in weeding, harvesting, washing, and building what's needed
- enjoy letting others know about the farm and encouraging them to join us
- love learning more about gardening
- may even have a home garden as well as participating in the farm
We are an Incubator CSA farm, not only growing fresh, local, organic vegetables, herbs, and flowers, but also fostering four new farmers and many gardeners over the last ten years. Our community farm grows over three acres of Certified Organic vegetables, herbs, and flowers on conservation land leased from our neighbor. From June through October we offer CSA shares to over 60 families and participate in local farmers’ markets. CSA members visit the farm each week to pick up their shares, often taking the time to harvest from the PYO patch, talk to our farmer, Glenn, and visit with friends before picking a bouquet of flowers on the way out. All CSA members spend some time volunteering on the farm each season as well. By inviting our whole Willow Pond community to participate in the farm, we create opportunities for CSA families to make strong connections with the land, their farmer, and their food.
Glenn would greatly appreciate receiving any of these items for the farm:
Please stop by the farm or e-mail us at
- Garden Rakes
- Colinear Hoes
- Garden Cart
- Hand Weeding Tools
- Watering Cans
- Large Coolers - 3-4 feet long
- Contributions for a Water Wheel Transplanter for this spring
info (at) willowpondfarm.org
Willow Pond Community Farm
(across the road and a bit east of the Swasey School), 350 Middle Road (Route 111A), Brentwood.
East on Routes 101/125
. If you’re heading east on Route 101, take Exit 7, then a right on Route 125 south. After 3 miles, take a left on 111A, and the farm will be on your right after 3/4 of a mile.
West on Route 101
If you’re heading west from I-95 on Route 101, take Exit 8 at the New England Dragway. Take a left at the top of the ramp onto North Road. Your first left will be Deer Hill Road. At the end, after 1 1/2 miles, take a right on Middle Road. The farm will be on your left after 2.3 miles.
West from Exeter
Bear left onto Route 111A (Brentwood Rd.) from Route 27 (Epping Rd.) between the railroad tracks and Route 101. The farm will be on your left after 5.4 miles.
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