CSA & Farming at Drumlin Farm

Tractor going by echinacea in the fields © Lindsay Tierney

Drumlin Farm is Mass Audubon’s only working, educational farm.

We raise livestock and poultry, grow crops, and produce hay for our animals—all within a 206-acre wildlife sanctuary.

Our Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) programs give Mass Audubon members a chance to have a deeper connection with their food and where it comes from while also enjoying fresh, organic fruits and vegetables.

We are committed to sustainable farming, which includes organic principles that work with the seasons, not against them.

We also offer Know Your Food programs for all ages and provide opportunities for visitors to meet our farm animals and explore our fields.