We have closed sign ups for our 2021/2022 Winter CSA program.
Our winter CSA program is the heart and soul of our farm. We strive to produce the highest quality seasonal produce for our members’ winter tables.
Our winter CSA program includes seasonal vegetables that can be grown successfully in the Northeast with as little additional fossil fuel energy as possible: roots, squashes, onions, cold hardy greens from our fields and high tunnels and greenhouse produced micro greens and shoots. Expect butternut squash, pumpkins, carrots, onions, garlic, 4 different kinds of kale, collards, chard, Chinese cabbage, mustard, potatoes, winter radishes, beets, and assorted salad mixes all harvested mostly from our fields.
The harvest will change as the temperature drops and the amount of daylight decreases. While November and December will feature fresh bunched field greens, squash and onions, January and February will lean more towards greenhouse shoots and storage roots.
We offer 2 share sizes. Our regular “Full Share” and a now a “Market Box.”
Full Shares are $600. Expect 12-14 items at each distribution. About half the items are greens and half roots & other storage crops. An items could be a bunch of kale, 2 pounds of carrots, or a cabbage. We expect to provide our members with an abundance every two weeks – so be sure to have space in your fridge!
Market Boxes are $350. Expect 7-10 items at each distribution, some in a lesser quantity than the Full Size Share. This is not a standard half share, rather meant for those who would like to cook a couple of meals each week using seasonal winter produce. It leans more toward consistently popular vegetable items.
Our winter CSA consists of 9 distributions which are scheduled starting in November and continuing through February, with distributions every other week. Our distributions are on Saturdays in Accord, just down the street from our farm.
All members must read and agree to our member agreement and send a payment in full or a deposit to reserve a spot. Please use the form below to get started.
NOTE: Our site was experiencing a technical difficultly on February 27th at 10 am and we have updated this page to address the issue. Please call us if you have any issues moving forward.