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.
January 17 – 20, 2020
Winter Weaving Weekend
This weekend workshop class will be geared toward both beginners and intermediate weavers. No matter your skill level, all will leave with a finished scarf.
January 18 & 19, 2020
Rug Braiding Class
Students will learn how to start a round braided rug, techniques on braiding the wool, adding on more wool, splicing the lacing thread, lacing a braided rug, and how to taper and finish a round rug. Saturday January 18th, 12 – 3 p.m. to start the course with the option to return on Sunday January 19th, 12 – 3 p.m. to complete the project and receive more instruction
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.
Latest from the Blog
Hear from our staff and owner of Nezinscot Farm Store, Gloria Varney, in our weekly blog!
Since the passing of my son Roy, the idea of being remembered was at the forefront of countless comments, conversations, and thoughts about him.
Join us in welcoming our summer 2019 Fiber Studio Interns. They’ll be working in the fiber studio throughout the week and hosting weekend courses.
The Art of Farming” and “Creating a Purposeful Life” offer a response and a solution of how we farmers can perhaps change the views of these people.