Stonewall Farm is a non-profit agricultural education center located in the heart of New England. Our vision is to create a region that is thriving economically, socially, and environmentally by supporting the adoption of holistic management in its many forms.
Stonewall Farm was founded in 1994 as part of the transition plan for the last private land owner who wanted to preserve the land for agricultural use for future generations.
The land has been in continuous use as a dairy since the mid 1800’s and is still in operation today along with organic vegetable production, maple syrup, draft horses, sheep, goats and poultry.
Stonewall Farm innovates in the pursuit of agricultural solutions that produce healthy food, ecosystems and viable farms sharing our experiences with landowners and farmers to increase the collective success of New England agriculture.
Stonewall Farm started implementing regenerative agricultural practices in 2016 as a way to achieve financial sustainability while managing the land in a manner consistent with our strong environmental and conservation values. We host a variety of education programs and public events throughout the year to engage the public in our work.
Our vision is to create a region that is thriving economically, socially, and environmentally by supporting the adoption of holistic management in its many forms.