CSA Farm Pickup in Pickup Day What the Farm Grows
Maple View Farm
How does a CSA share at Maple View Farms Work? - We offer full shares with pick-up on a weekly basis. - The choice of pick-up days is either Wednesday or Thursday. - We guarantee a minimum of 16 weeks of produce. - Our program starts in late May or early June and runs into October. - There is no work requirement for our CSA customers. - Our members are able to hand-select their produce from our distribution center. -Our members receive a weekly news letter that includes recipes for produce that you might not be familiar with.

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Harwinton
2 mi
Wednesday Dairy + Eggs, Fruit, Herbs, Vegetables
organic certified
Maple View Farm
How does a CSA share at Maple View Farms Work? - We offer full shares with pick-up on a weekly basis. - The choice of pick-up days is either Wednesday or Thursday. - We guarantee a minimum of 16 weeks of produce. - Our program starts in late May or early June and runs into October. - There is no work requirement for our CSA customers. - Our members are able to hand-select their produce from our distribution center. -Our members receive a weekly news letter that includes recipes for produce that you might not be familiar with.

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Harwinton
2 mi
Thursday Dairy + Eggs, Fruit, Herbs, Vegetables
organic certified
Beaver Meadow
Shares of the Harvest The garden is carefully planned to yield a variety of seasonal vegetables every week for twenty weeks or more. We are planning to produce eight shares in 2009. A share is designed for a family of four, a half share for a couple or smaller family. Whole share, $600 Half share $350 Picking up your vegetables You have signed up of a pickup day, either Tuesday or Friday. We pick your vegetables in the morning, and have them ready for you by 1 PM. There will be something for you every week until the end of the growing season, which will be in late October or possibly early November. Unclaimed bags: We leave the bags of vegetables out till the end of the day; we check the coolers after we finish supper, and bring in any unclaimed bags. We either use the food ourselves or give it away. If you can't get here on your day If you need more time to pick up your vegetables, call us and leave a message, and we will add some ice and leave them out for you. When you are away If you are going to be away or can’t pick up at all, please let us know ahead of time if you can. I will divide your share among the other shareholders that week. Since most shareholders have to skip a week when they are away, it tends to even out over the course of the season. The Garden The garden is off to the right as you stand facing the coolers. I take a lot of pride and pleasure in the garden, and am happy to have you come look around. The area behind the gate is our back yard. We prefer that to remain private. Contacting us The quickest way to contact us is to call 860 567 4465 and leave a message. I usually check my email in the morning, but occasionally don’t get to it for a day.

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Litchfield
4 mi
Tuesday Fruit, Herbs, Vegetables
chemical-free
Beaver Meadow
Shares of the Harvest The garden is carefully planned to yield a variety of seasonal vegetables every week for twenty weeks or more. We are planning to produce eight shares in 2009. A share is designed for a family of four, a half share for a couple or smaller family. Whole share, $600 Half share $350 Picking up your vegetables You have signed up of a pickup day, either Tuesday or Friday. We pick your vegetables in the morning, and have them ready for you by 1 PM. There will be something for you every week until the end of the growing season, which will be in late October or possibly early November. Unclaimed bags: We leave the bags of vegetables out till the end of the day; we check the coolers after we finish supper, and bring in any unclaimed bags. We either use the food ourselves or give it away. If you can't get here on your day If you need more time to pick up your vegetables, call us and leave a message, and we will add some ice and leave them out for you. When you are away If you are going to be away or can’t pick up at all, please let us know ahead of time if you can. I will divide your share among the other shareholders that week. Since most shareholders have to skip a week when they are away, it tends to even out over the course of the season. The Garden The garden is off to the right as you stand facing the coolers. I take a lot of pride and pleasure in the garden, and am happy to have you come look around. The area behind the gate is our back yard. We prefer that to remain private. Contacting us The quickest way to contact us is to call 860 567 4465 and leave a message. I usually check my email in the morning, but occasionally don’t get to it for a day.

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Litchfield
4 mi
Friday Fruit, Herbs, Vegetables
chemical-free
MarWin Farm
Year-round Meat CSA with monthly delivery or pickups at farmers' markets

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New Hartford
8 mi

Winter option
Meat, Nursery + Flowers, Vegetables
chemical-free
Wild Carrot Farm / Bristol's Farm
We offer three different share levels: • With a payment of $325 you’ll receive a farm sales room voucher share for $400 (19% discount–a savings of $75) •With a payment of $600 you’ll receive a farm sales room voucher share for $740 (19% discount–a savings of $140) •A work share entails an obligation of 80 hours of farm work during the season. These shares are extremely limited and selected at the discretion of the farmers. Farm work can include weeding, planting, harvesting, etc. A work share is equivalent to a farm sales room voucher share for $740. Produce and items that you may choose to include in your shares: Early Season - Vegetable, flower and herb plants, certified organic garden seeds (Seeds of Change), lettuce, radishes, scallions, Napa cabbage, kale, bok choy, swiss chard, spinach, kohlrabi, fennel, garlic scapes, peas, salad mix, arugula. Mid Season - Lettuce, scallions, radishes, zucchini, yellow squash, cukes, green beans, eggplant, peppers, tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, heirloom tomatoes, potatoes, herbs, watermelon, garlic, onions, sweet potatoes, salad mix, arugula. Late Season - Lettuce, scallions, radishes, tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, heirloom tomatoes, potatoes, carrots, beets, leeks, cabbage, winter squash, cauliflower, kale, collards, brussel sprouts, turnips, sweet potatoes, salad mix, arugula. Other Items - honey, maple syrup, etc. How does it work? Come to the farm anytime the farm sales room is open from May through October. Select the products that you want. Tell the cashier you are a CSA member. The cashier will total your purchase and deduct it from your farm sales room voucher share balance. Any share balances remaining at the end of the season will be donated in produce to the Community Food Bank. 2009 Sales Room Hours Starting Saturday, May 1 to May 24 Friday: 10 am - 6 pm Saturday & Sunday: 10 am -5 pm Closed Monday through Thursday May 27 to September 27 Wednesday through Friday: 10 am - 6 pm Saturday & Sunday: 10 am - 5 pm Closed Monday and Tuesday Month of October to October 25 Thursday & Friday: 10 am - 6 pm Saturday & Sunday: 10 am - 5 pm Closed Monday through Wednesday Last day open in 2009 is Sunday, October 25th.

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Canton
9 mi
Friday Fruit, Nursery + Flowers, Spreads, Vegetables
organic certified
Frostfire Farm
Members pick up their shares at the growing field once a week, Tuesday or Saturday; a variety of produce is included, plenty for a small family. Herbs, flowers, berries and small items like cherry tomatoes and snap peas may be "you pick" as part of the share.

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Goshen
9 mi
Tuesday Dairy + Eggs, Fiber, Fruit, Nursery + Flowers, Specialty, Vegetables
chemical-free
Nettle Meadow Goat Farm
50 Shares June - Oct

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Canton
9 mi
Dairy + Eggs
Frostfire Farm
Members pick up their shares at the growing field once a week, Tuesday or Saturday; a variety of produce is included, plenty for a small family. Herbs, flowers, berries and small items like cherry tomatoes and snap peas may be "you pick" as part of the share.

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Goshen
9 mi
Saturday Dairy + Eggs, Fiber, Fruit, Nursery + Flowers, Specialty, Vegetables
chemical-free
Barden Farm
We offer a traditional CSA with over 40 crops to be included in the shares, Full and Half shares are offereed with multiple pick up days to choose from.

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New Hartford
9 mi
Barden Farm
Baked Goods, Dairy + Eggs, Fruit, Grains + Feeds, Herbs, Meat, Nursery + Flowers, Specialty, Spreads, Vegetables
Eagle Wood Farms
6 month Pork CSA

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Barkhamstead
10 mi

Winter option
Meat
Sun One Organic Farm
Mid June to Late Sepetmber - Contact us for details

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Bethlehem
11 mi
Wednesday Sun One Organic Farm
Herbs, Vegetables
organic certified
March Farm
http://www.marchfarm.com/communitysupportedagriculture.asp

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Bethlehem
11 mi
Wednesday March Farm
Baked Goods, Beverages, Fruit, Herbs, Vegetables
integrated pest mgmt
Percy Thomson Meadows
Go to www.percythomsonmeadows for details!

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Bethlehem
12 mi
Saturday Percy Thomson Meadows
Dairy + Eggs, Dry Goods, Fruit, Grains + Feeds, Herbs, Honey + Maple, Meat, Nursery + Flowers, Specialty, Vegetables
chemical-free
Sub Edge Farm
June-September two sizes available. More info at subedgefarm.com/csa

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Farmington
12 mi
Tuesday Sub Edge Farm
Herbs, Vegetables
some organic
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Arcadian Fields
What is CSA?
Community Supported Agriculture, often shortened to CSA, is a prepaid subscription to a farm's produce for the season. Most CSAs give shareholders a weekly supply of veggies, herbs, fruits and sometimes even eggs and meat. You know it's fresh and you get to meet the farm and people who grew your food! The prepaid CSA arrangements also makes it a source of financial security for the farmer. Some CSAs also incorporate farm workdays for shareholders. Pickup days vary by farm and there are pickup locations across Connecticut.

CSAs have been very popular recently. Be sure to sign up early before subscriptions are filled!
Arcadian Fields