"Growing Community, Community Grown."

Our farmstand will next be open Fri (12/20) 1-6pm and Sat (12/21) 9am-4pm.

We had a great 2019 season. Donate to our Annual Appeal here!

Gardening

Evening Organic Gardening Class for Adults Thurs Aug 8th 6-7pm

Evening Organic Gardening Class for Adults Thurs Aug 8th 6-7pm

EVENING ORGANIC GARDENING SERIES FOR ADULTS AGES 14+ Thursday June 27, 2019 6:00pm- 7:00pm Basic Plantcare: Selecting crops, Fertilizer, and Watering Thursday July 11, 2019 6:00pm- 7:00pm Troubleshooting the midseason garden: pests, weeds, and other problem areas–Q&A encouraged Thursday August 8, 2019 6:00pm- 7:00pm Growing for […]

Growing Together

Growing Together

There are all kinds of kids growing together with help from LexFarm volunteers of all ages: Up at the goat yard, the triplet kids are now five weeks old, and growing fast. They are very friendly, and enjoy all the attention they get when visitors […]

We’re Digging it!

We’re Digging it!

On Monday, we delivered our  proposal to the Town of Lexington to operate a community farm on the Busa Farm property! We are so grateful to all who brought us to this point. We hope to hear good news later this summer… And thanks to the […]

Let’s Get Growing!

Let’s Get Growing!

If there were ever any doubt that LexFarm is a fun group, you only had to see us with our giant vegetables in the Patriot’s Day parade yesterday… In addition to winning 3rd place in the Civic category, we also handed out hundreds of organic […]

Plant a Meal at the Market

Plant a Meal at the Market

Join us today at the Lexington Farmers’ Market and plant a meal! LexFarm is sponsoring a community growing project at the Lexington Farmers’ Market on June 19 to promote vegetable growing, healthy-eating habits, and farm-based education. Plant a Meal encourages people to grow a small pot of […]

Thanks to Daisies

Thanks to Daisies

We had some great help from Daisy Girl Scout Troop 65197 with some important spring work at LexFarm’s goat yard yesterday. Under the direction of Farmer Charlie, they raked out, mixed up, turned over and shoveled all the compost (including wonderful, rich goat manure) that […]

Visiting my compost

Visiting my compost

Watching kitchen scraps turn slowly into compost for fertilizing our garden is–truth be told–the best part of gardening. I have four home made trashcan-composters tucked next to our garage, and I love to check on how they are doing.  Once in a while I tip […]