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Pick Your Own
  • Basil, Chili peppers, Cut Flowers, Ground cherries, Lavender, Lemon balm, Strawberries, Sunflowers, Thyme, Tomatoes (cherry)
    PYO is open during the summer. Same hours as our farm store: Wed - Saturday 10am - 6pm.

    Note: this is available only for our CSA members at this time. Join our CSA this summer!
    We have pick-your-own flowers, herbs (culinary and medicinal), and produce (like strawberries, hot peppers, green beans, snap peas, edamame, cherry tomatoes, husk cherries, etc.) available for free for our summer CSA members!
    * Call ahead just to be sure.
Family Fun
  • Events and celebrations
    May - October Check out our website for dates and current event info: www.freedomfoodfarm.com
    ANNUAL FARM FEST: Each year we host Freedom Food Farm Fest in June, celebrating the growing season with wood-fired pizza (made with farm-grown ingredients, live music, hayrides, farm tours and more. WORKSHOPS: We offer summer workshops on the farm on topics related to local food, cooking, preserving, fermenting, farming / gardening / homesteading / growing, sustainable living, medicinal herbs, natural art, kids and more. Workshop topics vary by year. YOGA ON THE FARM: Summer yoga on the farm, check our website for class dates / more info. KIDS GARDEN: We have a free kids garden open to the public. Events happen spring, summer & fall in the kid's garden.
  • Farm tours
    Spring, Summer and Fall Visit our website for dates and more info: www.freedomfoodfarm.com
    We offer a few farm tours throughout the main season open to the public. We also book special tours for educational groups (both for kids and adult groups).
  • Hay rides
    Check out our website for up-to-date event info: www.freedomfoodfarm.com
    We do a few hayride farm tours throughout the summer season. We also do hayrides and pick-your-own pumpkin in October.
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Freedom Food Farm in Raynham, MA organic certified


Founded in 2012, Freedom Food Farm is a 88 acre farm run by Chuck Currie.

Some of what we grow is available year-round.
471 Leonard St.
Raynham, MA

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3 miles from Raynham, MA 02767
(978) 884-7102

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A little about Freedom Food Farm
We grow and produce fresh, nutritious food year-round in New England using holistic farming practices.

Freedom Food Farm is a mid-size farm started just outside of Providence, Rhode Island in 2012. We moved the farm to Massachusetts in 2014 and have been growing a sustainable, full-diet farm to feed Southern New England. The farm is operated by a small team of dedicated farmers that grow and produce food year-round.

The mission of the farm is to provide healthy, nutritious food to members of local communities throughout the socioeconomic spectrum. Our food is grown using holistic and biodynamic principles, striving to model natural ecological cycles. This translates to healthy food for the whole community!

Fruit

Vegetables

Herbs

Basil pyoLavender pyoLemon balm pyoMintOreganoParsleyRosemarySageSavorySorrelTarragonThyme pyo

Honey + Maple

Dairy + Eggs

Meat

BeefBoarChickenGoatLambMuttonPorkTurkey

Nursery + Flowers

Grains + Feeds

OatsRyeWheat

Spreads

Specialty

Dry Goods

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Farm Profile: Freedom Food Farm by Antonia N. Farzan
Published: January 11, 2013

Raynham, MA - Freedom Food Farm, founded in 2012, is one of the newest additions to the Rhode Island’s farming community. In just a short time, the farm has already become well-known for their fresh, nutritious, and organically grown produce. At the Wintertime Farmers’ Market in Pawtucket, customers line up for hard-to-find offerings such as striped beets, celeriac, and fennel, and many popular local restaurants such as Chez Pascal, the Dorrance, and Local 121 order Freedom Food Farm’s produce through Farm Fresh’s Market Mobile program.

Chuck Currie, the farm’s general manager, ran a successful organic farm in Vermont for four years before relocating to Rhode Island to be closer to family and friends. Currently, Freedom Food Farm is located on ten acres of land in Johnston near the Providence border, which was DiMeo’s Farm from 1912 until the late 1990’s, when the last member of the DiMeo family involved with running the farm passed away. Since plans are underway to turn the land into a housing development, Freedom Food Farm’s lease is only temporary, and Chuck has been actively looking for a new piece of land to lease or purchase.

Chuck‘s studies in Plant, Soil, and Insect Science at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst inspired him to pursue farming as a career, and his coursework in sustainable agriculture informs his growing methods. From the start, Freedom Food Farm has followed organic practices, rotating animals and covering crops, and the farm will receive official certification in 2013. 60’-wide sections of crops are separated by 10’ strips of grass, which promotes biodiversity by creating a habitat for insects and also prevents erosion.

In addition to their focus on sustainability, Freedom Food Farm’s core principles center on offering equal food access for the whole community. Produce is donated to the Rhode Island Food Bank and local food pantries each week, and CSA shares are offered on a sliding scale so that fresh, healthy produce is available to people at all income levels.

Chuck’s next plan for Freedom Food Farm is to build a larger CSA program, reaching more of the community, while also experimenting with new families of crops to offer the most biodiversity possible. However, both of these goals require the farm to find a permanent home on a larger piece of land. Given how much Chuck and his team have already accomplished in just a year, it’s not hard to imagine that big things are next for Freedom Food Farm. Stay tuned!