Farmers Markets are the place to be!
Details on the right!
Saturday, September 20th, 2014 is Lincoln's first-ever Agricultural Day, so the Lincoln Farmers Market will be extra-awesome. It'll be from 9:30am–2:00pm in the parking lot in front of the Lincoln Mall (the usual farmers market location) and will feature lots of additional vendors plus the usual farmers market folks. Don't miss it!
Check out this fantastic blog post about the hop harvest on our farm with Peak Organic Brewing Company! It features great hoppy photos taken by our friends at American Provisions in South Boston.
The 14th annual edible wild plant walk on the farm took place on Mon. July 28, 2014. Edible wild plant expert Russ Cohen led the group around the farm finding delicious wild treats! Thanks for coming!
Blue Heron Organic Farm
of Lincoln, Massachusetts

Located on Route 117, just east of the railroad tracks.

Our farmers markets have begun!
Come see us at:

The Farm Stand is open for the season!
Our hours are Fridays–Saturdays–Sundays 10am–5pm.
Check out our produce list for our seasonal availability list and what to expect month to month. See you on the farm!

Thanks for supporting local, small farms!
Blue Heron Organic Farm was featured in a cooking class at Rialto Restaurant in Cambridge! Green Salad with figs, pears, gorgonzola, nuts, sea salt; Fettuccine with herbs, olive oil and garlic; and Honey and Saffron Roasted Chicken with root vegetables, yum! Thanks to Chef Jody Adams and everyone at Rialto!

We offer pick-your-own flowers from the flower labyrinth from late June through October, priced by the stem. If you are interested in buying flowers for your wedding please contact the farmer (contact info at the bottom of the page). See this newsletter from last year for an idea of the flower selection.



We just harvested hops on the farm with Peak Organic Brewing! See this video featuring us and other local farmers growing hops. And taste us in their pale ale!

Our vegetables are served at more than 10 of the area's finest restaurants and local businesses, including Rialto, 80 Thoreau, and others. If you are a chef in Cambridge/South End/Downtown/Jamaica Plain or nearby and you'd like to feature fine local organic vegetables, please contact the farmer! Contact info is at the bottom of the page.
The farm was featured in the Boston Globe! Article | Slideshow
And in the Lincoln Journal!
And in a story by the Boston Local Food Festival!



We have successfully completed our well for an irrigation system thanks to all your donations. We have also put up a new greenhouse to help us with our transplants and plant sale, and to help with season extension in coming years. Thank you for all your support and donations over the years! We will continue to bring fresh local organic food to the community.
Check out our Blog! (new posts coming soon!)
Read a feature article [PDF] about the farm in Edible Boston magazine.
(if you can't open the PDF, click here to install Adobe Reader)

Click here for past press articles about the farm and past farm events.
Want a summery farm image for your computer's desktop background? Click here!
The mission of Blue Heron Organic Farm is to increase the availability of locally produced food and to raise awareness about ecologically sound farming practices. Through selling produce from one of the few remaining organic farm stands in the area, offering a pick-your-own flower garden (as well as PYO raspberries, peas, and cherry tomatoes), guiding volunteers, creating a healthy and fun environment for children and establishing regular community events, Blue Heron Organic Farm aims to promote a deeper sense of community among the residents of Lincoln. Through supplying Boston area restaurants with local Certified Organic produce and donating what we do not sell to soup kitchens and shelters, we involve the surrounding communities as well.
Phone: (781) 254-3727
Email: farmer@blueheronfarmlincoln.com
Mail: Blue Heron Organic Farm, P.O. Box 67, Lincoln, MA 01773

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