What is a CSA and how does it work? A CSA, Community Supported Agriculture, is a way for you to create a relationship with a farm and to receive a weekly basket of locally grown produce. By signing up with a farm, you become a member of the CSA. You then pick up your share weekly during the harvest season. Each share contains a bounty of whatever is ripe that week.
Our farm offers produce and flower subscriptions, where you can purchase a season of fresh fruits, vegetables, herbs, and flowers. Each week, you will receive a box of fresh picked vegetables that are available to harvest that week.
Each box content varies by harvest conditions. Your box may also contain one or two different herbs to cook with weekly. The flowers are freshly cut that day and placed in a vase that can be recycled for the duration of the harvest season.
Although we do not grow our own fruits, such as peaches, pears, plums, etc., we have included a fruit share supplied with the freshest, highest quality fruit for your convenience and enjoyment. The fruit you receive is produced on Connecticut farms, such as apples, peaches, plums, nectarines, and pears from Deercrest and Bussa Orchards of Glastonbury.