Our self-serve farmstand at 165 Chestnut Hill Road Orange will re-open in early April. Thank you for your patronage, it means a lot.
With the growth in people wanting local food, we ask, ‘How can more people participate not only as consumers, but producers?’ To build local food self-reliance, we need accessible, affordable and yes, fun practices that mimic nature, help decentralize food production and engage more people in cultivating the earth in order to Grow Food Everywhere.
Did you know there is a soil microbe that creates happiness? Are you interested in volunteering on our no-till human powered farm on Mondays and/or Tuesdays through the spring, summer, and fall?
Grow through the seasons each week, as you experience a diversity of approaches to no-till farming for life! Volunteers may come either day, but consistency and commitment is important. We work hard with great conversation and offer you learning, lunch and some veggies to take home.
Seeds of Solidarity Farm was initiated in 1996, on land in the middle of the forest that had not been cultivated for many years, and the original inhabitants of the region being the Wampanoag, Nipmuc, and Pequoit people.
As farmers, we utilize regenerative, no-till practices to work to decolonize our relationship with the soil, and commit to keeping produce affordable for our low-wealth region. A conservation restriction on our 30 acres ensures the land will always be used for agriculture, education, and wildlife habitat.