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WE ARE CLOSED FOR THE WINTER

our farm store re-opens June 1, 2021

Thank you for your unwavering support in 2020 – it was no doubt a challenging year for all. We wish everyone a safe and healthy winter. We look forward to seeing everyone when we open the doors for our 2021 season in June!

WE ARE OPEN

for porch + curbside pickup only

In an effort to minimize risk to our customers, and our small family staffed team, we are unable to allow customers into our store at this time. We invite you to shop our farm store online, for porch +/or curbside pickup.

WINTER HOURS

10am – 3pm • 7 days a week

We will be closed December 25th & 26th – hours will resume December 27th

fall 2020

PICK YOUR OWN SEASON

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic we are operating our farm store
and fall pick your own a little differently this season.

We encourage all guests to visit and read about what to expect while visiting our farm for pick your own activities this fall.

We can’t wait to see you!

2019 FALL PYO SEASON

October 26 + 27, 2019

Apple picking is still kicking! We’re recommending for picking in our orchards: McIntosh + Cortlands. We offer two bag sizes – a peck for $20 or a half bushel for $30. Bags are sold in our store 9am-4pm daily, with our orchards and store closing at 5pm. We’ll have all the iconic fall must haves; apple cider donuts, hot mulled cider, butternut squash apple soup and more! Looking for an extra special pumpkin to carve for Halloween?! We have a great selection out in front of our store!

In our store we have Empire, Roxbury Russet, Jonagolds, Gala, Ginger Gold, McIntosh, Cortland and Macoun apples, as well as assorted pears and plums. In addition to our apples, we also have our own tomatoes (regular, heirloom, and cherry), assorted potatoes, lettuce, kale, kale sprouts, collard greens, eggplant, Japanese eggplant, broccoli, summer squash, winter squash, leeks, sweet peppers, beets, herbs, and fresh-cut flowers. All #westwardgrown

REGISTRATION FOR OUR

2021 CSA PROGRAM IS NOW OPEN

We are excited to be entering our 9th season offering our CSA Program at Westward Orchards. A CSA share is a great opportunity to eat fresh, local, seasonal fruits and vegetables while supporting your local farm. We offer a variety of share options to meet the different needs of our members. We are happy to help you determine what share would best fit your family – don’t hesitate to send us a message asking for advice!

 

CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture – also referred to as a farm share. A CSA program is a business model many farmers/producers use to connect with local consumers directly – by allowing them to buy into a share of their crops before they have been harvested. Being part of a CSA farm share program has so many great benefits! Not only for you the consumer, but for your local farmer and economy as well!

NOW ACCEPTING

RESERVATIONS FOR
PYO BLUBERRIES

OUR BLUEBERRY PATCH WILL BE CLOSED
JULY 18 + 19, 2020 TO ALLOW BERRIES TO RIPEN

In light of the Covid-19 pandemic we have made the decision to open our blueberry patch by reservation only. In order to follow the guidelines put forth by MDAR and the CDC a reservation only model will allow us to monitor how many patrons are in our patch at one time.

We are opening reservations one day at a time, and will update our reservation system at 6pm for the following day. Reservations are available in 1 or 2 hour blocks.
First come, first served.

WELCOME TO WESTWARD ORCHARDS

Nestled in the hills of the Nashoba Valley, 32 miles west of Boston you will find Westward Orchards; a 4th generation, family owned & operated farm in beautiful Harvard, Massachusetts. Our farm store offers a diverse selection of our own grown fruit & vegetables, local meats, eggs, dairy, cider donuts. Our farm has been growing quality fruits & vegetables for 4 generations. We offer blueberries, strawberries, peaches, pears, plums, apples, quince, seasonal vegetables and more!

Our farm store is filled with our own produce, and locally sourced items from like-minded producers: breads & baked goods from Nashoba Brook Bakery, Lilac Hedge Farm Grass-fed Meat & Eggs, Valley View Pies, Smith Country Cheese, fresh milk & ice-cream from Crescent Ridge, local honey, Harvard Maple Syrup, seasonal gifts and much more! Stop in for breakfast, lunch, or to try one of our apple cider donuts – we’ve been told by many they are the best in the area!

We offer pick your own blueberries in the summer, apple picking & wagon rides to our pumpkin patch in the fall. We were recently named one of the top 5 pumpkin patches in the Greater Boston area! We are strong supporters of the Farm-to-Table movement. Westward Orchards offers 3  seasonal Farm-to-Table dinner experiences featuring the freshest ingredients grown on our farm, as well as the opportunity to join our Community Supported Agriculture program (CSA) and bring a boxed share of our harvests home once a week.

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