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.
July 6, 2019
Cheese Making Workshop
This class will provide participants a hands-on opportunity to learn both hard and soft cheese making using both goat and cows milk. Participants will go home with select cheeses made in the class, easy to follow recipes, and tool guidance.
Light snacks will be provided and lunch is available for purchase through the cafe at a discounted rate for participants.
$50 off when purchasing a couple (SAVE50) and 20% 0ff when registering a group of 4 or more. (CHEESE)
HipCamp Open Season
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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Latest from the Blog
Hear from our staff and owner of Nezinscot Farm Store, Gloria Varney, in our weekly blog!
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.read more
A few years back I wrote a few essays based on a reaction to several frustrating encounters with family, friends and neighbors and their views/perception of farming as a career option.
“The Art of Farming” and “Creating a Purposeful Life” are those essays that respond and offer a solution of how we farmers can perhaps change the views of these people. They, like us, are well educated, but, unlike us un-educated in the reality of the fact that without farmers or laborers (as they called it) our food, open space and freedom as we know it will change drastically.
Twelve years ago, a year after saying good bye to our former dog, Bernice (our matriarch Llama) would communicate with Nancy (our animal communicator) about the fact that a dog will be coming to me. It would be the male runt of the litter.read more