Nezinscot Farm hosts community nights, farm to table dinner, private hosting and weekend retreats
Farm Full-Diet CSA
Nezinscot Farm Store serves fresh coffee, breakfast, brunch, lunch, and tea until 3 P.M
Store, Cafe & Coffee Shop
Nezinscot Farm Cafe is a friendly and casual farm to table cafe and coffee shop with a warm and welcoming vibe.
April 20 – 21, 2019
Easter Weekend Brunch: We will be open and featuring a special brunch menu on Easter 9 a.m – 3 p.m.
Menu: Easter lamb, and smoked turkey options served with a selection of seasonal vegetables and freshly baked bread. Looking for something sweet? Check out our selection of pies, cakes, and pastries for dessert.
$25 Easter Special
May 11 -12, 2019
Mother’s Day Open House
Join us for a spring festival, there will be activities the entire family will enjoy.
- Tea House Open for viewing
- Light Tea available: Sunday Only $30
- Greenhouses & Garden Center Open for Viewing
- Sample some of the Farms Special Herbal Tea Blends & Cookies
- Visit the Farm Animals
- Fiber on the Porch Demonstrations
- Brunch & Lunch Specials all weekend: $25 for Special
- Seedlings Available for Sale
A Little About Us…
Nezinscot Farm began as the first Organic Dairy in the state of Maine. Through the desire to diversify and the passion for good food, Nezinscot’s owners, Gregg & Gloria Varney expanded Nezinscot Farm to encompass a Gourmet Food Shop, a Cafe and Coffee Shop, a Bakery, a Fromagerie, a Charcuterie, and a Yarn & Fiber Studio.
Nezinscot Farm is located in the picturesque town of Turner, Maine surrounded by 250 acres of Organic Farmland. On the grounds, you can find acres of veggie gardens, rolling fields, farm animals, and the Nezinscot River.
Nezinscot Farm is a unique must-see Maine destination.
We have something for everyone, so make us your weekend retreat and enjoy a weekend to remember.
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Hear from our staff and owner of Nezinscot Farm Store, Gloria Varney, in our weekly blog!
Smudging is a form of cleaning and a practice that incorporate daily while also setting intentions with the guidance of what are called angel cards each morning before the start of the day.read more
I was recently asked to speak in an upcoming event this spring to a group of investors, entrepreneurs and local businesses about a topic of interest that could potentially get them to invest in an idea, product or project that the farm has and or needs financial assistance with.read more
(changing the way we think about farming) In my work with several professors and teachers throughout the state on a course I entitled “Creating a Purposeful Life”, students are asked to ponder the idea of farming as a viable lifestyle option. As part of their...read more