Aquaculture, Farms, and Garden Tours in Cape Cod Region

Welcome to Cape Cod, the islands and Plymouth, Massachusetts. A great place where tourists from around the world come to relax in a environment that can be very mesmerizing with the beauty of the long coastlines and the salty smell of the ocean that surrounds and borders it’s land mass. The land on these islands were farmed by the native Wampanoags and the Nauset thousands of years before the arrival of the Europeans.

The tribes gathered food by fishing and farming the land for maize, beans, and squash. Today, the practice of farm and gardens have continued for the native cranberry and other produce. In addition, aquaculture has also been added to farm traditionally harvested seafood such as shellfish and trout for stocking the numerous ponds and lakes on Cape Cod and the islands.

The Cape is also home to many beautiful horticultural gardens, both those that are open to the public and a multitude of private gardens that are opened to the public annually during the Hydrangea Festival in July.

Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard, Nantucket and Plymouth