• Agroforestry at Wright-Locke

    In 2016, the Farm along with the Conservation Commission started consulting with Connor Stedman from AppleSeed Permaculture in order to create an integrated, thoughtful plan on how to use, conserve, and restore the lands surrounding the immediate farmstead. After the purchase of this surrounding land in 2015, the Farm knew that it wanted to make… Continue Reading…
    Agroforestry at Wright-Locke
  • 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

    Registration for our 2018 Spring and Summer Youth Programs is open! See our Adult Education Programs webpage for information on or to register for one of our educational workshops. Wright-Locke Farm’s youth education programs offer children a unique, hands-on experience learning about farming and the natural world on a historic working farm. All of our programs include lessons… Continue Reading…

    Youth Education Programs
  • Farm Stand & Markets

    Farm Stand Updates:  In the Winter, the Farm Stand is open for honor box sales on Wednesdays and Saturdays starting at 9AM. Our farm-fresh eggs ($3/half dozen) are available all year-round! We also have a limited supply of Tussock Sedge Farm grass-fed ground beef($8) available as well. Please bring checks or exact change to use… Continue Reading…
    Farm Stand & Markets

Winter Farm Stand Open Hours


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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. 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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