Greely Farm is a diversified farm on 65 acres of conserved farmland, one of Yarmouth’s last remaining farms. The owner uses all natural practices that focus on healthy sustainably raised products. She currently produces grass-fed lamb and breeding stock. The previous owners — the Henriques family — donated a conservation easement to the Royal River Conservation Trust in 2009. Today this farm is a working farm and isn’t set up for visitors.
Located on the Yarmouth-Cumberland town line, the farm abuts other conserved land in Cumberland including land with conservation easements held by the Chebeague & Cumberland Land Trust, and land with private conservation covenants. The Greely Farm also abuts portions of planned Phase II+ of Yarmouth’s West Side Trail.