What is Community Supported Agriculture?

Community members purchase a “farm share” for the growing season, which entitles them to a weekly share of the harvest throughout the season, grown by a farmer they know and trust.

Membership includes weekly produce, a weekly newsletter, recipes, and invitations to CSA workdays and farm events and the opportunity to enjoy the farm each week.

Old Fly Farm Shares

As a member of the farm, you will receive a weekly share of fresh vegetables throughout the harvest season. (June through October – 20 weeks).

A “Full Share” consists of 8-12 different items of produce a week; enough to feed a household with 2 adults.

All members have access to seasonal Pick-Your-Own crops during pick-up at the farm: Flowers, fresh herbs, cherry tomatoes and more…

Share contents change with the seasons. The Spring shares contain lettuce, cooking greens, sugar snap peas, radishes and salad turnips. Summer shares contain more diversity as we welcome the arrival of tomatoes, squash, onions, garlic and carrots. The Fall crops come in and we dig root vegetables, harvest winter squash and leeks, and prepare for a bounty of broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, and brussel sprouts.


2018 CSA update

To sign up for CSA download the form for your pickup location:

Rothschild Early Childhood Center