We are a family owned and operated farm located in Sandwich, Massachusetts along scenic Route 6A. The forty-acre farm is run by Howard Crowell his son Paul, and grandson Jason. In 2016, we will be celebrating our one-hundredth year of providing fresh produce and other local products to our community. We offer a wide variety of bedding plants, herbs, vegetables, fruit, local Rocky Bottum honey, fresh baked breads, and pies, as well as Christmas trees, mums, and other decorations seasonally at our farm side stand open seven days a week. What makes our farm special? We are one of the only farms on Cape Cod to grow our own apples (15 unique varieties!), pears, peaches, and sweet corn, locally known as "Crow Farm Corn." We work hard to provide the freshest produce to satisfy our community's food needs. We also bring our freshly picked fruits and vegetables as well as flowers to local farmer’s markets in Hyannis and Plymouth. In 1916, David and Lincoln Crowell purchased forty acres of farmland and began a family tradition that has continued into the next century. We officially opened the farm stand in it's current location in 1960. What started as a humble operation has evolved into a cornerstone of our community for four generations. Stop by our farm stand or visit us at the local farmer’s market to get a taste of homegrown history.
Meet Our Team
Ellen has retired from baking as of October 2018 Who is creating all of those deliciously warm pies from Crow Farm Kitchen? Ellen, Paul's wife, spends most of her days in the kitchen preparing pie crust, mixing up fresh fruit, and baking it to a crisp for your dessert cravings. Ellen graciously accepts orders for pies a day or two in advance. Her dessert (or rather breakfast) breads are just as perfect as her pies. Ellen inherited the traditional position of pie maker from Judy Crowell, Howard's wife, who used to bake for the stand as well!
You might be wondering, what can I cook with all of these delicious, local, fresh vegetables? Donna has some seriously scrumptious recipe ideas that will keep you busy in the kitchen all farm season long. Donna has been an invaluable asset to Crow Farm and has dedicated more than ten seasons of experience at the farm stand.
Norma has retired. We love to catch up with her when she visits! At Crow Farm, we offer a wide variety of plants and herbs for your spring time planting, and we could not be more pleased to have Norma on staff. She has been a master gardener for 18 years and can identify more flowers than any one person can store in their brain. She is the go to person for tips on how to properly care for your garden.
Jean grew up on Crow Farm with her brother Paul. She began working in the fields and assisting at the farm stand during corn season when she was very young. Want to know when the Gravenstein apples will be ready? Ask Jean!
Ben is an integral part of the Crow Farm team and family, he is a grandson, nephew, and cousin, to the Crowell family and has been working on the farm since he could hold a hoe. He has more than ten years of farming experience and is currently studying mechanical engineering at UMASS-Lowell to pursue his interest in robotics.
Since the summer of '12, Ally has been leading the farmer's markets in Hyannis and Plymouth. This summer, she has been learning how farms are run by assisting Paul and Jason in the fields. She also works at the farm stand with Donna, Norma, and Jean.
Koda is Jason's English Lab, who loves to come to work with his Dad. She can usually be found sitting in the cab of Jason's red pick up.