2/20/18:  This site is under construction.  Contact lambqfarm@frontiernet.net for information 

Lamb's Quarters Organic Farm was donated at no cost in March of 2015 to Lamb's Quarters, Inc., a not-for-profit organization dedicated to helping landless veterans, disabled, disadvantaged, and young people just starting out in life to learn how to farm and to use the farm to grow food for their families and/or to sell at local markets.  This 90-acre old-style organic farm is located in the Town of Plymouth, Chenango County, New York.  The road to the farm is named after the donor's grandfather, Benjamin Pierce.

We are looking for volunteers to help keep the flora and fauna in good health, and to work with trainees imparting skills and knowledge.

All training and services are offered free of charge to the target populations.  Ownership of farm products (livestock, produce, fiber products, meat, eggs, etc.) is also available at no charge depending on the individual agreement.  Agreements are developed to suit the needs of both the trainee and the farm.

livestock includes sheep, goats, chickens, geese

lamb's quarters, the herb

a volunteer planting the hoop house

farmhouse dates back to 1825 and was a roadside inn; east flower garden with cold frame.