About Our CSA
As organic growers, we strive to improve the health of our soils, select varieties for optimal flavor and nutrition, and support a sustainable farm ecosystem.
CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture, an operational model of a farm where customers pay for a share of the harvest upfront, then receive produce dividends as they become available.
In New England, investments of CSA members during the colder off-season months enable a farm to cover necessary expenses like seed purchases and equipment repairs in advance of the growing season.
HOW IT WORKS:
We offer a Full Year Share that includes 24 weeks of vegetable pickups, usually from mid-June through November. Members also have the option of dividing the season in two parts, and may choose to just participate in the Early Season Share (mid-June through the end of August), or the Late Season Share (which runs from September through the end of November). In addition, we offer a Pick-Your-Own Share, Flower Share, Egg Share, Pork Share and Lamb Share.
All shares are limited.
WHAT DOES A CSA SHARE AT CLARK FARM YIELD?
• Certified organically-grown vegetables and berries, harvested at peak nutritional value
• The opportunity to learn how your food is grown and know the farmer who is growing it
• Support of sustainable agriculture and the local economy, including over 30 jobs for adults and young people
• Spring CSA Potluck, Fall Pig Roast
• A weekly e-newsletter containing seasonal recipes, as well as an update on the crops and notice of upcoming events
• Opportunity to help ensure Clark Farm's future