Katama Farm
Family Fun
  • Corn maze
    July 1st through October 31st Sunrise to Sunset 7 Days a Week
    7 Acre Corn Maze Theme changes each year $10/$5 children under 10
  • Events and celebrations
    Meals in the Meadow - July 6 2007
    Meals in the Meadow is our annual fundraiser under the stars. Local gourmet meal, auction & music under the stars in the fields of Katama
  • Events and celebrations
    CORN-A-PALOOZA Saturday & Sunday, August 25 & 26, 2007
    CORN-A-PALOOZA is a two day event of live music, dancing & field games.
  • Events and celebrations
    The Katama Classic - October 6 & 7, 2007
    An island-wide event featuring farm tours, Katama Farm art auction, horse racing and more.
  • Events and celebrations
    Family & Community Chore Mornings Every Saturday June, July & August from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m.
    The FARM Institute invites the community to join in the work & fun. Come on down and collect eggs, feed & care for our cows, sheep, goats, pigs & poulty, and work in the gardens.
  • Farm stays
    Summer Camp & Day Programs June 18th through September 1st, 2007 Daily & Weekly Sessions for all ages! Full & Half Day programs available.
    Year round programs for children for ages 2 & up...Check out our website for full details.
Katama Farm

Katama Farm in Edgartown, MA chemical-free

Founded in 2000, Katama Farm is a 162 acre farm run by The FARM Institute.

Some of what we grow is available year-round.
14 Aero Avenue
Edgartown, MA

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2 miles from Edgartown, MA 02539
(508) 627-7007

E-mail [email protected] preferred

Visit our website


P.O. Box 1868
Edgartown, MA 02539

For Businesses and Institutional customers:

A little about Katama Farm
Katama Farm is owned by the Town of Edgartown and leased to The Farm Institute (TFI) . TFI runs Katama Farm as a nonprofit teaching farm that educates and engages children and adults in sustainable agriculture through the diverse operations of a working farm. TFI provides year-round educational programs offering learning experiences in: Farming (field crops, produce, fruit, hay); Land preservation; The culture and history of Martha's Vineyard farming; Nutritional awareness; and Humane livestock management (cattle, poultry, swine, sheep, goats).