• 2017 Cummings Foundation Grant

    We are happy to announce that we’ve been awarded the Cummings Foundation Grant for $100,000 this year!   Wright-Locke Farm is one of 100 local non-profits to receive grants of $100,000 each through the Cummings Foundation “$100K for 100″ program. We were chosen from a total of 549 applicants during a competitive review process.  … Continue Reading…

    2017 Cummings Foundation Grant
  • Youth Education Programs

    Check out our 2017 Spring and Summer Youth Programs or learn how to sign up! Registration is NOW OPEN! If you are a school or group looking to visit the Farm this spring or summer, it’s never too early to be in touch! (see below) See our Adult Education Programs webpage for information on or to… Continue Reading…

    Youth Education Programs
  • Farm Stand & Markets

    The Farm Stand is officially open this week! Stop by for coffee & refreshments, pasture raised eggs and meat, seasonal certified 0rganic produce, baked goods (by The FULLer Cup), and other local products. Sit and relax at our beautiful patio or take a snack to go on your walk around the farm and forest trails.  Farm Stand hours… Continue Reading…

    Farm Stand & Markets
  • 2016 Newsletter

    2016 was another remarkable year for Wright-Locke Farm. Learn more about the Conservancy’s vision, its recent successes, and plans for the future by reading our 2016 Newsletter. Thank you for your continued support.

    2016 Newsletter

Farm Blog

Web_Colored lanterns in the 1827 Barn

Written by Amy Rindskopf, Event Manager The month of May means many things in the Farm’s calendar – seedlings start to leave the greenhouse for the fields, after-school education programs return, and the farm stand moves from once-a-week eggs-only towards a full week with veggies, eggs, and delicious snacks. For the Farm event team, it […]

We need your help now. With donations and pledges of financial support from many generous Winchester residents, the Wright-Locke Land Trust 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 majority of the 12.5 acres with 2, but no more than 3, house lots in the southwest corner of the site off of Edward Drive. Closing on the acquisition took place on August 3rd, 2015. If you were able to join in this effort, thank you. If you were not able to donate, there is still time to support the Farm with a donation that will help to continue our investment in the Farm.

Our next major task is to renovate or replace the building at 82 Ridge Street as a year-round program center with an Innovation Kitchen, space for classrooms, lectures and other activities centered around sustainable farming and living. We hope that you can join us in this important effort to make this tremendous opportunity a reality.

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