Provider Farm

From our fields, for your family

Be here, now

Oats, peas, and rye cover crops are all sprouting in place of onions, melons and early broccoli. Our potatoes are safe and sound, settling into their life in storage. Everywhere I look things are changing. The share room table is in the midst of a transformation, in place of zucchini there are potatoes. In place of summer squash, we have broccoli and cauliflower. The summer carrots and beets are being replaced by fall carrots and beets…well, I guess that one’s not really a radical transformation.

September 13, 2014

One in the hand

In true New England weather tradition, the first weak of September proved hotter and more humid than all of August. As Hunter, our trusty farm cat, loafed in whatever shade she could find, we did our best to stay positive and productive on the farm this week. We were delighted to find the first fall broccoli out in the field.

September 6, 2014

Digging for treasure

Just when we thought it was gonna be all pumpkin lattes and sweater weather, summer came roaring back into lives. Reminding us that nothing is over until it’s over. We sweated through the harvests early in the week, bringing in an absolute huge tomato pick and some stellar sweet peppers. As the week progressed, we finally sank our potato digger into the field and things started to feel a bit more like autumn. We began digging spuds this week and so far things are looking pretty good. We begin the harvest with one of our favorite varieties, Dark Red Norland

August 30, 2014

Recoiling the Spring

The cool nights and mild days persisted as we continue to trudge through August. As we approach Labor Day, it is time to say good bye to a few crops we’ve all come to know and love. After a booming season of deliciousness, it is time to say good bye to the watermelons. Over the past four weeks, we have harvested, distributed and eaten over 15,000 pounds of watermelon, and cantaloupe. As much as we love them and wish they could stay around all season, their time has come and we have to say good bye.

August 23, 2014

Grass-fed beef now available!

We currently have loads of 100% grassfed beef available.  We have ground, stew, roasts, and steaks, all raised on pasture and 100% GMO free.  We sell by appointment or during our CSA hours.

Produce available at the Coventry Regional Farmers Market, local Co-ops and area restarants

We sell our produce at the Coventry Regional Farmers Market every Sunday 11-2 from June-November. Can't make it to the market? Our produce is also available at Fiddleheads Co-op in New London and the Willimantic Co-op.

Gift certificates for Provider Farm produce and Grass-fed Beef

Give the gift of good food and health this holiday season.  We now have gift certificates available that can be used for  the purchase of a CSA share, our produce at the winter and summer Coventry Farmers Market, and our grassfed beef.

Contact us to purchase one today!

Good Food For All: Provider Farm Donates Food

Here at Provider Farm, we believe everyone should have access to good, fresh food. That's why we've worked with some friends to get our excess produce to those who can use it. We currently donate hundreds of pounds of organic produce a week to the New London Food bank.  We are also excited to be working with the Norwich Public Schools to get fresh vegetables into kids meals!

October 2, 2012