What is CSA?
Community Supported Agriculture is a system by which customers enjoy weekly pickups of fresh produce throughout the growing season after paying a discounted price before the season begins. Read a complete explanation at www.localharvest.org/csa/
How It Works
CSA shares include an assortment of vegetables picked up at the farm hours (or even minutes) after they are harvested. Pickups are Tuesdays or Fridays, from noon to 8pm, and run June through October (20 weeks total).
One share provides a generous amount of produce for 2-4 people, depending on diet. Weekly pickups consist of 8 to 12 different vegetables, according to what’s in season. We grow many heirloom and popular varieties of over 40 different vegetables. Also part of your CSA membership is the opportunity to cut your own flowers and herbs from the farm throughout the season.
$600 – Pay by June 1
Egg share (pick up a dozen eggs each week) - $100
Broiler shares, whole and half hogs, whole lambs, and Thanksgiving turkeys are also available - see our Products page for more information.
Become a Member
There are still CSA shares available for 2013. Please fill out the form below and send it in with your payment to become a member. A $100 deposit can hold your spot until full payment is due.
61 Ash Swamp Road
Scarborough, ME 04074
Order Form 2013