The Osamequin Farm Cooperative Farming Project, est. 2018!

Osamequin Farm as you have known and loved it!

Some things are changing at Osamequin Farm, but many things will remain the same!

Our beloved Pick Your Own blueberry field will continue to be organically cared for and open for business when the berries ripen. In addition, we'll have PYO raspberries and blackberries!

The Jencks family, who have owned and cared for the farm since the early 1900s, are not going anywhere! Brothers Andrew and Stephen are the directors of the farm's new project. You can reach them with any questions at [email protected] or [email protected]

Many farmers, sharing space and resources, working together to build a thriving community resource.

Vegetable growers, livestock farmers, herbal educators, floral designers, seed savers... together at Osamequin Farm!

Farm Director Sarah Turkus welcomes you to join us in a new adventure, the Osamequin Farm Cooperative Farming Project, where farmers of all types share common resources and infrastructure while operating their own separate businesses and projects, all on one historic farm property in Seekonk Massachusetts.

Check back in the spring for updates, including

   + opening day of our Farm Stand, offering vegetables, flowers, berries, and more all grown at Osamequin Farm

   + schedule of events including educational workshops, forest walks, community bonfires, and more

   + volunteer opportunities!

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Hours & Location
As of August 26, 2018, blueberry picking season is over!

Keep in touch with the farm via Facebook for the most up to date info.

80 Walnut st, Seekonk MA 02771

​​​Contact Us

If you have any questions about the blueberries or other farm activities, email the Farm Manager, [email protected]

For general inquiries, contact [email protected] or [email protected]

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