The Douglas Historical Society hosts the Farmers Market. There will be music to enjoy, library story time, beautiful farm setting, ample parking, wheelchair accessible bathroom, picnic area, corn hole and tetherball.
The above photos were taken from the two catalogs that Farmer Nick used to buy his seeds. Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds, 22nd Annual Seed Book and Johnny's Selected Seed 2019 Catalog.
Apple and blueberry orchard. Growing vegetables using permaculture practices, natural fertilizers and NO SPRAY. Bee hives supply us with raw honey. Farm raised pork, lamb and chicken. Locally grown and farm fresh is what we offer to the community. Come experience Agri-Tourism in Douglas right here at our farm.
Whether it's live music, a farm related informative talk, yoga or holiday fun, our farm Pavilion provides the stage!
Come see and learn how Farmer Nick grows his produce and raises the animals. Farm Tours available.
Take a walk around the farm to see the farm animals, play corn hole and picnic. We are here for you!
We love our customers, so feel free to visit during normal business hours. Follow farm logo signs from downtown Douglas. Just two miles
36 Locust Street, Douglas, Massachusetts 01516, United States
Please note new hours for the off season