Our CSA

CSA stands for “Community Supported Agriculture.” It’s a simple arrangement where you purchase a ‘share’ of produce from a farm. In return, as a farm ‘member’ you receive seasonal produce on a regular basis.

Find out more about CSA.

Our CSA members pick up produce at the farm every other week on Sundays between 12 and 2 p.m. Each CSA member receives 8 “baskets” of produce over the course of the season. 

Group A Pickup Dates: June 18, July 2, July 30, August 13, August 27, September 10, September 24, October 8

Group B Pickup Dates: June 25, July 9, August 6, August 20, September 3, September 17, October 1, October 15

Join Our CSA

2017 CSA Registration is now open. Click here to register online.

Our Harvest

The farm offers a wide variety of useful, flavorful vegetables and herbs lovingly grown with attention to soil health and biodiversity. Ecologically grown fruit from High Hill Orchard in Meriden will be included as part of this year’s share. Pick-your-own cutting flowers are available thoughout the season. Members are encouraged to harvest-their-own veggies that are still growing in the gardens at the end of the season.

Learn more about our harvest.

Share prices

A 15-hour work share costs $380. A 5-hour work share costs $420. A limited number of non-working shares are available — please inquire for more information. We also offer a small number of work-intensive shares by interview with the farmer. Payment in full is required at the time of registration.

Work Requirements

An important aspect of our mission is to educate folks about sustainable agricultural practices, the natural environment and responsible uses of open space. We believe that asking members for a modest amount of work on the farm is one manifestation of this goal.

Find out more about our work requirements.

More Information

We also request that you take a look at some helpful words of wisdom regarding the commitment to a share in a community supported agriculture farm.

Have more questions? Don’t hesitate to contact us.

 

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