This family-run farm has been in the Slosek family since the mid-1970’s. It started as a way to make some money off of extra vegetables, but now it has food fill Nantucket tables for every meal. For breakfast, there are eggs from barnyard chickens and honey from the farm's bees. For lunch and dinner, the 20 acres of cultivated land yields corn, tomatoes, berries, and vegetables like squash, beans, and peppers. Moors End runs a Community-Supported Agriculture, where “memberships” earn a weekly box of farm goods.