What’s a CSA? CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture. It’s a great way for consumers to buy food directly from a farm. You sign up at the beginning of the growing season, and receive a weekly load of fresh produce for your family. The quantity and variety varies throughout the season, giving you the full spectrum of seasonal produce that we grow. *All shares are for 20 weeks, from June to October*
Large Veggie Share: $555 ($27.75/week)
Feeds 2 big produce eaters or up to 5 produce dabblers.
This is a grand array of all the produce our farm grows. Our share includes the classic farm staples such as tomatoes, cucumbers, greens, peppers, onions, eggplant, and garlic, with a mix of some unusual and less well-known veggies.
Small Veggie Share: $435 ($21.75/week)
This share size is good for couples, or a single person who cooks a lot.
It will generally consist of the same items as the regular share in smaller quantities.
Fruit Add-On: $170 ($8.50/week)
Available to those with a veggie share, and consists of a weekly highlight of seasonal, local fruit. Last season featured strawberries, blueberries, currants, gooseberries, peaches, nectarines, plums, pears, apples, and watermelons. Fruit is sourced from many different farms. Fruit is organic whenever possible, but is sometimes low-spray, IPM, or conventional.
Egg Add-On: $80 ($4/week) 1/2 doz. eggs per week
Eggs are sourced from Wingate Farm in Hinsdale, just over the border in New Hampshire. Their hens are pasture raised, free range, and fed only organic grain and organic veggie scraps.
Pick up Wednesdays 3-5pm at Spaulding Rehab Hospital
Sign up at https://www.stonesoupfarmcoop.com/sign-up-1/.