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Order your weekly box of fresh produce. For more info

check out our awesome CSA Program below.

CSA Program


Community Supported Agriculture

What is a CSA program?

CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) is a program that allows members to purchase a share of our produce prior to the season starting.

What are the benefits of a CSA?

  1. Members get a wide variety of freshly picked, high-quality produce on a weekly basis.

  2. You get a great “bang for your buck”. Members get more produce than you would typically get buying piece by piece.

  3. You know where your food is coming from and are supporting local business!

  4. arms have HUGE startup costs each season. You are investing in a farm prior to the season to help get things started!


How does it work?

Each week, on a designated day, we will have a freshly picked box of produce waiting for you. From week to week you will receive a wide range of whatever is ready for harvest. One share is expected to be a week's worth of produce for 2-4 people. We grow about 85 varieties of produce, so check out what we grow below in the "Farm Fresh Produce" to see what to expect.


What are the CSA guidelines and important dates?

  1. This is a 12 week CSA running from July into September. 

  2. We are offering pick up on Wednesdays. Produce not picked up will be forfeited and will not be made up.

  3. We offer delivery to select condo associations (Surrey Hill, Chestnut Hill, Milestone Commons, Uplands Way and Georgetown). There is a one time $50 delivery charge for the season. We are not currently able to deliver to individual residences. 

  4. If you are going to have a problem picking up on a given week you can have a friend or family member pick up. Please call and let us know the name of the person picking up for you.

  5. Pick up time will be between 2-6 pm.

  6. To try and be as environmentally friendly as possible we ask that you bring a bag for your produce if possible. If not, no worries you can take the box. 

What are the risks?

CSA members support their farmers and share in the inherent risks of agriculture (bad weather, disease, drought, etc.), and rewards (the bounty of a good season). We plan for such contingencies and use growing techniques that protect the harvest and minimize the risk to members.


How much is it and how do I make payment?

  1. The cost for the season is $350 or $400 for select delivery locations, which works out to about $30/week. You can expect a variety of produce such as tomatoes, cucumbers, squash, corn, lettuce, eggplant, peppers, greens, broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, beans, herbs, and more.

  2. You will receive great, locally sourced fruits 8 out of the 12 weeks. 

  3. You can pay by cash, check or credit card. To register and pay by cash or check please shoot us an email and we can make arrangements. CSA shares are non-refundable.

Order your CSA Share Today! 

Shares are limited and are sold on a first-come, first-serve basis. 

Call, email or message us on social media if you've got a question.

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regular, large  

cherry, grape 




classic, zebra, lady finger 

Summer Squash

yellow, zucchini 


large slicers, pickles 


watermelon, cantaloupe 

Winter Squash 

acorn, butternut, spaghetti 


green, pak choi, Chinese 


white, purple, cheddar 


Sweet Corn

butter and sugar 

Sweet Peppers

bell and fryers (cubanelle)

Hot Peppers

habanero, long hot, cherry, jalapeno, ghost, scotch bonnet 


green  beans, yellow wax beans, shell beans 


basil, parsley, dill 


green leaf, red leaf, romaine, bibb

Other Greens

kale, swiss chard, collards



yellow, red  




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