Before you eat or preserve all your amazing fruits and vegetables, start your planning to win prizes at Codman Farm’s Harvest Fair. The Fair is a wonderful community tradition with games, music, and exhibits. We are calling adults and children to enter their prize...Read More
by Andy Stevenson, CCF Board President Make hay while the sun shines… Have you ever wondered about that expression? Here is a quick lesson on the process of baling hay. At Codman Farm making hay is real business. Unfortunately, the vast majority of the work can’t be sped up,...Read More
Each month, members get 5 lbs. of naturally-fed pork and 5 lbs. of grass-fed beef from Codman’s own hormone-free and antibiotic-free stock. A six-month share costs $600. Pickup is the first Thursday of each month from 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Go to Farm Store to...Read More
CODMAN COMMUNITY FARMS
Throughout the year CCF hosts a variety of educational programs from adult education classes to preschool group tours.
Our mission is to operate a working farm that preserves Lincoln’s rural character, highlights the importance of local farming, features Heritage breeds and locally-sourced food, and invites community involvement through educational opportunities and access to this unique historic property.
Our Events Calendar is always changing. Please check back frequently.
Mondays & Wednesdays
Codman Meat for sale by the 10 lb. bag ($120 for beef and pork) or 5 lb. bag ($65 for beef OR pork). For sale in the Codman office. Ask for Barb or Eric.
MEAT IS BACK IN THE FARM STORE!
Codman-raised beef and pork are once again for sale in the Farm Store. Each package is weighed and priced as marked. Now is your chance to purchase just what you need — bacon, ham, hamburger, ground pork, sausage and more! Come by and check it out.
antibiotic- and hormone-free. Grass fed beef, naturally fed pork! Nutritious and delicious.
Saturdays through September
CCF at Lincoln Farmers’ Market
9:30-1:30 at the Lincoln Station Mall
Codman joins other local farmers to sell Codman eggs and Codman-raised pork at the local Farmers’ Market.
This is a great chance to buy just what you need: bacon, ham, sausage, etc.