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certified organic


Bay End Farm, originally founded in 1906, has been providing fresh organic produce to families, at our farm stand, through our CSA, farmers markets, and restaurants around the Boston and Cape Cod communities since 1998.

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certified organic


Bay End Farm, originally founded in 1906, has been providing fresh organic produce to families, at our farm stand, through our CSA, farmers markets, and restaurants around the Boston and Cape Cod communities since 1998.

 

At Bay End Farm we choose to farm organically in order to provide our customers with vegetables that are free of pesticides and herbicides and to work the land in a sustainable manner. We believe organic vegetables taste better and hold higher nutritional value than conventionally raised vegetables. Bay End Farm has been certified organic since 2001.

 
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Eat LOcal


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Eat LOcal


Our CSA

Our vegetable subscription program (also known as CSA) has grown in the past 12 years to include families near the farm as well as in Plymouth and Cambridge. The program runs for 20 weeks starting in mid June and continues through the end of October. Each week our customers receive a bag of fresh picked, seasonal, certified organic vegetables and herbs. Each bag is estimated to supply a family of four for a week. Click here to find out more about our vegetable subscription program.

Our Farm Stand

Please visit us at our FARM STAND at 200 Bournedale Rd., Buzzards Bay, MA, just one mile from the Bourne Rotary. We are open from mid-June to mid-October on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 11–6, Wednesdays from 1:30–5:30 pm and Saturdays from 10am– 2pm.

Volunteer

Volunteers can help with all aspects of the farm, from cultivation to seeding and planting, as well as harvesting vegetables for our subscription program and farmers markets.  Our busiest days are Mondays, Tuesdays, and Saturday mornings - these are the days we could use the most help.

Stay

To find out about staying at Bay End Farm,
please visit our websites: www.mariescottage.com and www.overbrookhouse.com

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The farmers


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The farmers


Kofi Ingersoll

Kofi Ingersoll was born in Ghana. He grew up in Cambridge and spent his summer vacations at the Cape, on the farm, working in the garden to avoid working in the barn. He majored in Chinese language and literature at Umass Amherst, with a minor in eating Chinese food. He returned to Bay End Farm in 1998 to attempt to continue the family farming tradition and create a lifestyle that resembled his summer vacations.

Erin Koh

Erin Koh has been farming with husband Kofi Ingersoll since 1999.  Her previous working experience as a server at the Blue Room and East Coast Grill, a modern dancer, and a massage therapist provided little to help with the learning curve of organic vegetable production.    With much help from friends and family, she and Kofi have worked to build the farm to serve 100 csa members from the Cape to Cambridge and open the farm stand for the local community in and around Bourne.  She hopes her children will someday love the work of the farm as much as they love the snap peas and cucumbers they pick at the farm!