The Farm has been featured in two local food magazines for the fall. With our passion for providing local and wholesome food for the community, we are so excited to have been featured in two magazines who share the same focus.
“More than just a farm store, The Farm at Eastman’s Corner offers events, classes, children’s programs and donates 100% of profit and 5% of sales to support Sawyer Park- a local gathering place for residents of the community. Annual events include the Art and Soul show featuring local New England artists and musicians, The Autumn Harvest Festival, The Autumn Harvest Dinner and a plethora of events during summer season. Not only is this a great place for you to meet and have fun, The Farm at Eastman’s Corner is committed to sustainability and is working toward a net zero energy goal.”
Read more from Fresh New England online here.
“More than a century ago, people gathered to talk, dance, argue, and make amends at a crossroads tavern that sat along the stagecoach route in Kensington…In 2012, The Farm at Eastman’s Corner opened, and it’s still a place where points intersect, and where people connect… The Farm partners with 90 or so local farmers, food producers, and artisans… to sell fresh produce, meats, eggs, dairy, groceries, baked goods, and more in the sustainably constructed Farm Store.”
Read more from Taste of the Seacoast in the print magazine, which you can find in local stores and markets.