• Cultivate the Future

    Since 2008, our dedicated staff and hundreds of committed volunteers have transformed Wright-Locke into a center of learning and exploration surrounding topics of sustainable agriculture, nutrition, the environment, and community health. We’ve been able to create vibrant youth and adult education programs as well as a host of free events and resources for our community… Continue Reading…
    Cultivate the Future
  • Youth Education Programs

    Check out our 2017 Fall Youth Programs or learn how to sign up online! If you are a school or group looking to visit the Farm this summer or fall, it’s never too early to be in touch! (see below) See our Adult Education Programs webpage for information on or to register for practical skills workshops.… Continue Reading…

    Youth Education Programs
  • Upcoming Events

    The Farm event season is here — join us for one or many!   October October 18th: 2017 Speaker Series & Paper Plate Supper: Marydale Debor speaks about Foods as Health & Medicine – join us beforehand for Paper Plate Supper! November November 4th: Pop-up Market at the Farm November 11th: Pop-up Market at the Farm November 18th: 2nd Annual TARCkey Trot —… Continue Reading…

    Upcoming Events
  • U-Pick Raspberries

    This Week's Berry Picking Schedule: (October 20th to the 27th) Saturday & Sunday = 10 - 2 Monday = CLOSED Tuesday - Friday = 9 - 5     **PYO times depend on the weather and how many berries are ripe in the fields. Make sure you're on our newsletter mailing list so you receive the… Continue Reading…
    U-Pick Raspberries

October Farm Stand and Market Schedule


Check Out Our Fall Farm Stand Hours Below We have Pasture Raised Pork from our friends at … Find out more about our free lecture series

We need your help now. With donations and pledges of financial support from many generous Winchester residents, the Wright-Locke Farm was able to submit a successful $8.6 Million bid to purchase 12.5 acres of additional land around the Farm. The bid provides for preservation of the 12.5 acres with 2, immediately adjacent to the Farm. If you were able to join in this effort, thank you.

Our next step in realizing the potential of this land to increase experience-based learning at the Farm is our plan to construct a year-round Education Center on the site of the yellow house at 82 Ridge Street. The Center is envisioned as a dynamic community resource with an Innovation Kitchen, space for classrooms, lectures and other activities centered around sustainable farming and healthy communities. We have launched a $4.8 Million Capital Campaign and have raised $1.5 Million to date. We hope that you can join us in this important effort to make this tremendous opportunity a reality.

Please contact Archie McIntyre at amcintyre@wlfarm.org for more information or to discuss a pledge of support for this effort. Thank you.
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