The mission of Newton Community Farm is to nurture a community that teaches and models sustainable agricultural and environmental practices on the historic Angino Farm.

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Current Events

Environmental Forum for Newton Mayoral Candidates – October 21

On Saturday, October 21 at 4:30pm, the two finalists in Newton’s Mayoral race–Ruthanne Fuller and Scott Lennon–will share their visions for addressing local environmental challenges over the next four years. The forum will be in the Rosen Auditorium at Lasell College’s Brennan Library (80A Maple St. in Auburndale). Parking is in lots P2 and P3 that surround the building on the Lasell campus , and along Maple St.

The moderator will be Jon Regosin, Chief of Conservation Science for the State of Massachusetts, who will ask the candidates a series of questions submitted by the program co-sponsors, the Newton Conservators and Green Newton. For more info contact or


Fields and Food

Farm Stand

Come visit our onsite farm stand on Winchester Street. We’re open Tuesday through Friday 1:30-6:00 and Saturdays 9:30-1:00.

Late Fall Share

Enrollment is closed for the 2017 season. We’re looking forward to seeing our sharers on the farm soon!

Get involved!  

Check out Field Volunteer opportunities!   NCF offers field work volunteer sessions each week  on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays from 10 am to noon during September and October.     

Or, join our team of volunteers in another role. Click Volunteer for more information.

Log your hours:

2017 Summer CSA Sharers, click form to log your work requirement hours (during growing season: weekly sharers/10 hours, alternate week sharers/5 hours). Thank you!




NCF offers programs and classes on gardening, cooking, and nature for adults, kids and families throughout the year. Check out our fall listings for kids and families here!

(Preregistration required for all programs)