After almost three years, hundreds of letters, phone calls and statements, Lexington’s Board of Selectmen finally gave the nod to a community farm tonight. There will be some as-yet-to-be-determined amount of affordable housing along the view of the farm, but there is no longer any doubt that most of the land will remain a farm and benefit of our community for generations to come! THANK YOU to all who have been a part of this extraordinary effort!
Who We Are and What We Do
Lexington Community Farm is a non-profit working farm connecting the community to locally grown food and sustainable farming practices while preserving historic farmland. We are located at 52 Lowell Street in Lexington, Massachusetts.
Fresh at the Farm Stand
The farm stand is open Wednesday thru Sunday selling fresh seasonal vegetables and other local products.
The farm stand hours are:
Wednesday – Friday: 3 pm – 7 pm
Saturday: 9 am – 4 pm
Sunday: 11 am – 4 pm
Available This Week in the Farm Stand
- tomatoes: saladette, slicing, heirloom AND cherry
- eggplant: Italian and Asian varieties
- winter squash
- dill, cilantro, mint, sage
- cut flowers
- baby leeks
- hot peppers
- poblano peppers
- husk cherries
- savoy cabbage
+ a few fall vegetable seedlings available
- apples from Autumn Hill
- corn from Dennis Busa
Updated September 20
Support Lexington Community Farm
Please join our "Growing Community" by becoming a member or sending a check to our mailing address.
Our Mailing Address
P.O. Box 554
Lexington, MA 02420