Osamequin Farm

Visiting Our Farm

Visiting Our Farm

Please note!

We do not allow visitors to bring their dogs to Osamequin Farm. We are a working farm, with free-ranging livestock and several dogs who live here to protect the crops and animals. Please respect the farm by leaving your canine family members at home.


Farm Stand

The Farm Stand will stay open past blueberry season!

New schedule for the rest of the season
SATURDAY open 10-6, accepting credit cards
SUNDAY open 10-6, honor box only

Everything you see at the Farm Stand was grown on our farm! We’ll feature vegetables, herbs, fruits, and flowers grown at Osamequin, either by Farm Director Sarah or one of our five Resident Farmers.

Don’t miss the Build Your Own Bouquet bar (BYOB) for your chance to flex your creative muscles, arranging our blooms and greenery into arrangements that match your style.


Pick Your Own

blueberries and sunflowers - closed for 2019 as of 8/25

During PYO season, we are open with an honor box every day, 8am til dusk. Look for the OPEN flag at the street! Come when it suits you, and find a bucket or clippers in the stand next to the field. Bring cash to leave in the honor box.

If you come to Pick Your Own on a day when the Farm Stand is open, please pay the staff inside instead of using the honor box.


Local Markets

Weaver Library Farmer’s Market in East Providence. Thursdays, 4-7pm. More info here on their Facebook page.

Brown University Market on Thayer St. Wednesdays 10:30am-2pm, starting in September. Farm Fresh RI has the info.