Provider Farm

From our fields, for your family

Reslience in redundancy

The last full week of July is over, and as the mighty summer month breathes it’s final breathe, we prepare for August. For the most part, this July has gone as well as we can hope for a July to go. That’s not to say there haven’t been set backs,  there is a reason we don’t give farm tours at this time of year…

July 26, 2014

Nature's super heroines

Some well timed rain and cooler temperatures made for a much more pleasant experience on the farm this past week. The rain came and went intermittently, watering our youngest carrots and beets and allowing us time to finally make it to the DMV. The first sunny day after it rains is an excellent time to get out into the fields and kill weeds. The soil is soft and ripe, teaming with freshly germinated weed seeds. It is incredibly satisfying to cultivate in general and especially satisfying to cultivate when it is most effective

July 19, 2014

Chaos and Order

Dear Friends,

It’s that wonderful time of year again. The time of year when we sweat through our shirts by 9am and the garlic is ready to harvest. This is the time of year when we are as likely to see the sun rise from the field, out early to harvest,  as we are to watch is set from the tractor seat, trying to squeeze a few more rows of cultivation into an already full day. No matter how much we wash, our hands never seem to get clean and a good night’s sleep is an old friend we never seem to have enough time for anymore.

July 12, 2014

The Circus

If this isn’t summer, I don’t know what is. Hot humid days and thunder storms, cucumbers, and the first blush of color on our high tunnel tomatoes. The 4th of July rain was a most welcome sight as things were looking pretty dry and dusty out there. We are in the thick of our summer squash, zucchini and cucumber harvest. This past week we brought in over a thousand pounds of these summer favorites.

July 5, 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 winter 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