Hartwood Farm Community Supported Agriculture program is a great way to enjoy the bounty of exciting, healthy, and delicious veggies straight from the farm!

 

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What is CSA?

In its simplest form, CSA is a partnership between farmers and their local community where both parties share the benefits and support of sustainable, local agriculture.  CSA farm customers (“members” or “shareholders”) commit early in the year to buy a farm’s harvest by purchasing a farm “share.”  Over the growing season, CSA members receive a weekly box or selection of the farm’s harvest.
Hartwood Farm CSA starts in early to mid-June and runs for 18 weeks until mid-October.  CSA members receive their shares weekly, either at an on-farm pick-up, or at a convenient farm satellite site.  Each week, Hartwood Farm members receive 8 to 12 different seasonal vegetables and herbs for a regular share (or 4 to 7 for a small share).

In its simplest form, CSA is a partnership between farmers and their local community where both parties share the benefits and support of sustainable, local agriculture.  CSA farm customers (“members” or “shareholders”) commit early in the year to buy a farm’s harvest by purchasing a farm “share.”  Over the growing season, CSA members receive a weekly box or selection of the farm’s harvest.
Hartwood Farm CSA starts in early to mid-June and runs for 18 weeks until mid-October.  CSA members receive their shares weekly, either at an on-farm pick-up, or at a convenient farm satellite site.  Each week, Hartwood Farm members receive 8 to 12 different seasonal vegetables and herbs for a regular share (or 4 to 7 for a small share).


Why Choose CSA?

CSA works great for members because there is a price discount from retail prices (members save money!), shares are often brought to more convenient locations for pick-up, and members have access to a host of added benefits like visiting the farm, meeting other local folks interested in supporting farms, getting newsletters with tailored recipes, and lots more.
CSA works great for farmers because they know in advance how many members they are serving (so they have exact numbers of what they need to grow), they have more cash on hand early in the season to buy cropping supplies, and they have the support and connections with a community of members.
We at Hartwood Farm LOVE CSA!  We enjoy working closely with a group of customers to tailor our growing efforts and energy into what our members want.  We like being able to offer a price discount to supporters; we like having more time to provide greater details on using our crops; and we like building long term relationships with our customers.  Our farmers have grown for (and run) a number of other CSAs, and bring a decade of CSA experience with them to the farm.


  • Fresh and healthy vegetables grown for their great taste and harvested at the peak of their flavor (so they taste like they came from your own garden!)
  • Knowledge of your farmers and how they grow your food.  Here at Hartwood Farm, we grow our vegetables without synthetic chemicals or genetically modified seeds and follow only farming practices approved for organic production.
  • Affordable local, naturally grown food at competitive prices.
  • Opportunities to connect to your farmers and our natural landscape by visiting the farm throughout the season; enjoying the fields, pond, and beautiful views; while connecting with the region we call home.
  • Support for a healthy community through investments in the local economy.

We welcome any and all of your feedback and ideas as we work together to improve our services as your CSA farmers and help strengthen our local food system!

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