Cape Abilities Farm
The Farm is closed for the season. We will re-open for the 2016 season on April 1st!
We operate Cape Abilities Farm to create jobs and raise revenue for the people we serve, increase awareness of our mission, and to act as a hub in our community to promote local sustainable farming. We provide fresh, healthy produce, including award-winning tomatoes, and gorgeous flowers and planters to our community through our farm stand, restaurants, local food pantries, and schools.
Come and see our brand new, state-of-the-art farm store and greenhouses – our retail farm stand is LOADED with high-quality, fresh, Cape Abilities-grown produce like our award-winning tomatoes, cucumbers, and lettuce, organic fruits and vegetables from area farms, breads and cookies from Pain D’Avignon, Underground Bakery and Kyack Cookies, Cape Cod Pops ice cream, select fruit and lunch/dinner pies from the Centerville Pie Company, Farmer’s Cow Dairy Products, Gustare Oils and Vinegars, Cape Cloth summer caps, local soaps and lotions, and local jams, jellies, maple syrups, and honey.
And don’t forget our greenhouses – an incredibly beautiful selection of seasonal produce, hanging plants and planters, garden pottery and tools, and organic fertilizers and pest controls are all available. Our amazing farm store is your one-stop destination for everything fall!
We also have a working farm in Marstons Mills that features a historic home and barn but no farm stand, so produce grown there is brought to our Dennis farm stand to be sold. Between the two locations, Cape Abilities Farm provides paid employment for people with disabilities who work in every aspect of farm management.
Gold Medal, Reader’s Choice
Farm Stand/Farmers Market
Cape Cod Life Magazine
2013, 2014 & 2015
Fresh produce, healthy plants and service with a smile are hallmarks of Cape Abilities Farm. Our award-winning tomatoes are especially sought-after, and some of the finest restaurants on Cape Cod feature Cape Abilities produce on their menus. Among them are the Brewster Fish House, Fin, Chatham Bars Inn, the Naked Oyster, and Pain D’Avignon.
Farm work has proven satisfying, instructive and therapeutic to Cape Abilities participants who enjoy being productive and making things grow. Our farm workers do everything from planting seeds to training tomato vines to packaging produce, and they are living proof that Cape Abilities Farm grows much more than beautiful annuals, perennials, herbs and vegetables—Cape Abilities Farm grows futures.
We hope to see you soon at Cape Abilities Farm!