Mission

Fall wreath making workshop with Ferriss Donham (Rebekah Carter 2016)Wright-Locke Farm welcomes our local communities to explore sustainable agriculture and open land on a historic farm through farm-based education and hands-on involvement, fostering community engagement, land stewardship and appreciation of nature and history.

Spring campers enjoy a wagon ride via the 1947 Farmall tractor (Rebekah Carter 2014)

Our vision is to develop our farming operations, educational programs, volunteer opportunities, and community events to provide increased value for all to enjoy. Learn more about the Farm’s vision and plans for the future by reading our 2016 Newsletter and our Looking Foward page.

When the Wright-Locke Farm Conservancy began operating the Farm in 2008, we started small- with an aging raspberry field and a single building, the Squash House, with a leaking roof and doors that could not be opened. Today, we are a bustling community farm offering a wide range of certified organic crops, education programs for children and adults, and special events for the community. All of our efforts are led by a small team of employees who are greatly supported by the organization’s Board of Directors, numerous volunteers, and the financial support of our generous donors. There are numerous ways to get involved throughout the year, and we warmly encourage your support. Buy our crops, participate in our programs and events, lend a hand, or make a donation. Every bit of help enables us to grow stronger and better each year.