EECO Farm (East End Community Organic Farm) is a not-for-profit entity that leases and cares for 42 acres of town-owned farmland in East Hampton. We provide community gardens, educational outreach, and access to land for farmers. Crops at EECO Farm are grown using only organic inputs.

There are currently 125 community gardens (20′ x 20′) available for rent to members of the public. Our gardens offer fantastic soil, deer protection, unobstructed sun, free compost, water, tools and advice from other gardeners. Everyone from experienced master gardeners to beginners enjoy the benefits of an EECO farm garden!

harvest farmThe EECO Farm Stand is managed by Share the Harvest Farm, with all proceeds benefiting Share the Harvest’s mission to help feed local families in need. The stand is open from May-October and carries fresh vegetables and fruit from local farms, as well as locally produced baked goods, dairy products, meats, sauces and dips, jams and jellies, and much more. For up-to-date information on hours and product line, visit the Share the Harvest website.


EECO Farm also provides educational outreach to local schools, which includes one of our farmers helping local students in the various aspects of establishing an edible school garden.

We are an all-volunteer organization, without paid employees. Our volunteer Board of Directors works with our gardeners and farmers to be a fantastic steward of an important agricultural resource in the Town of East Hampton. We welcome all to join us!

Thank You EECO Farm Sponsors

Amagansett Hardware • Amagansett Wines and Liquors
Atlantic Wines and Liquor • Balsam Farms • Bermuda Bikes
Buckley Nursery • Capelli Hair Salon • Channing Daughters
Charlie and Sons Nursery • Country Gardens/Agway • Domaine Franey
Duck Walk • Eastland Nursery • Emporium Hardware
Fowler’s Garden Center • Halsey Farms Hampton Beverage • Hildreth’s
Joe Bongiono • Malone Nursery • Marders • One Stop Pet Shop • The Dock
True Value Hardware • Wolffer Estate • YMCA Recreation Center