Powisset Farm

Powisset Farm, Dover: Address, Phone Number, Powisset Farm Reviews: 4/5

Powisset Farm
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Revived as the site of a Community Supported Agriculture program, this farm features a trail that explores woodlands, fields, and wetlands.
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Greg
Walpole, MA2 contributions
Sep 2021
Showed up and they had a dragqueen story reading day for little kids. He was the scariest thing I've every seen, worse than pennywise. I wonder how many kids went home and had nightmares. These people are nuts. Also, the dragqueen had suspicious symbols that may be related to a serious crime.
Written December 13, 2021
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nooberpower
Boston, MA13 contributions
Sep 2018 • Friends
I've come here a few times with a small cycling group, and it's a delightful stop.

The cafe was excellent. On different visits, I've had a delicious quiche, frittata, and muffins. At least the times we were there (approx. 10am -> 12pm), it was quite empty with plenty of tables.

The cafe I understand is open Saturdays till sometime in October?
Written September 11, 2018
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Mark S
Massachusetts27 contributions
Aug 2017 • Family
This year we signed up for Community Supported Agriculture, where you pay a one time fee and then stop by once a week or two to pick up fresh vegetables. This has turned out to be a pleasure my family looks forward to. Each week there is a fresh (in both senses of the word) selection of vegetables. My wife likes figuring out what to do with what the latest haul is.

Besides the veggies, you get to cut yourself flowers or spices or what is on tap for that week.

And it's also pleasant to wander about the farm and say hello to the animals. (The chickens like to be sung to.)

Great place.
Written October 13, 2017
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dave d
Bradford, MA318 contributions
Jun 2017 • Solo
I added on some running in Powisset Farm from adjacent Noanet Woods. Caution crossing the road but once in the farm it was very quiet and scenic. Worth the trip.
Written June 7, 2017
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teb4s
Boston, MA76 contributions
Sep 2014 • Friends
Powisset Farm has a new and innovative program - cooking classes. Walk to the field, pick your ingredients, and bring it all back to a wonderful new kitchen set up in the middle of their classic barn. Last week's class showed how to preserve tomatoes for the winter, lots and lots of tomatoes. You start off in the field and you end the morning with crushed tomatoes, tomato sauce, flavored tomato sauce, pealed and sealed tomatoes. All preserved for the long hall. A morning that is fun and informative. You will love working with Rachel and Leah, who were our guides, instructors, and hosts. They are knowledgeable, engaging, and incredibly hospitable.
Written September 16, 2014
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EagleEyeBoston
Boston, MA956 contributions
May 2012 • Family
The fields in the front have been transformed into a working farm -- a CSA. Vegetables of every description, enthusiastic volunteers and members/customers.

Hidden away in the back are large fields, excellent for riding or walking.

Add this farm hike onto your visit to Noanet Farm across the street.
Written June 13, 2012
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