At Wishing Stone Farm our growing methods mirror our commitment to sustainable agriculture and the protection of open space, while providing food for our local communities. We started our farm in 1983 as early adopters of the organic movement. Our son Silas grew up on the farm and has been an instrumental part of keeping the farm moving forward. Together we adapt to weather conditions, farming trends, and community interest. 

Our farm is located in Little Compton along the southeastern coast of Rhode Island.  All totaled we farm about 40 acres around town, with over 15 greenhouse structures, a packing barn, a commercial kitchen and a retail market space. Much of the land is made possible from conservation practices set up by the Nature Conservancy, Sakonnet Preservation Association and the Little Compton Agricultural Agency, along with other private land owners. We welcome the public and CSA members to swing by the farm Wednesdays, Saturdays, and Sundays to pick up vegetables, eggs, prepared food items and much more!

-Skip, Liz and Silas

Peckham-Paul