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Skydog Farm in North Scituate, RI chemical-free


Founded in 1990, Skydog Farm is a 2 acre farm run by Mark Phillips and Katherine Fotiades.

Some of what we grow is available year-round.
559 Rocky Hill Rd
North Scituate, RI

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0 miles from North Scituate, RI 02857
(401) 764-5100
(401) 644-7253

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Rocky Hill Rd
North Scituate, RI 02857

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A little about Skydog Farm
We are a pesticide free hydroponic greenhouse. Mark and Katherine specialize in leafy greens, herbs, succulents and rosemary bonzai trees. Now offering free home delivery and farm pick up through our online store.

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BasilChivesCilantroDillFennelLavenderLemon balmMarjoramMintOreganoParsleyRosemarySageSavoryShisoSorrelTarragonThyme

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Farm Profile: Skydog Farm by Skydog Farm
Published: April 9, 2020

North Scituate, RI - Skydog Farm and Kitchen, formerly known as Absalona Greenhouse, is owned and operated by Mark Phillips and Katherine Fotiades and has been in continuous operation since 1990. We are a small scale pesticide free 3000 square foot greenhouse in North Western Rhode Island. We grow a variety of leafy greens and herbs, rosemary bonsai trees and propagate all our own succulents which we use in our hand crafted arrangements. All our greens are grown hydroponically and we use soil based practices for our succulents and rosemary trees. We also offer greenhouse and hydroponic system design, consultation, construction and support services, along with a variety of educational programs, workshops and private parties on the farm.

Mark is dedicated to providing high quality agricultural products to our local food community year round. He also is passionate about educating the community about the sustainability of hydroponic pesticide free farming.

Katherine is an artist, gardener and creative cook who is passionate about educating the community about our local food system. Katherine loves getting her hands dirty and messy in the soil, in the kitchen and in the art studio. She has been working with plants, creating nourishing food and educating the community for over 30 years.