Drumlin Farm CSA
What is a CSA?
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a collaboration between farmers and their customers to provide an intimate, season-long relationship between the farm and its members. CSA Members purchase farm shares in advance of the growing season, providing the farm upfront capital to cover initial costs like seeds, labor, supplies, equipment repair, etc.
The CSA model creates a direct and mutually beneficial relationship between the farm and the consumer. Members know exactly where their food comes from and receive a whole season's worth of fresh, sustainably-grown produce. Meanwhile, the farm enjoys direct, local sales of its fresh produce.
We offer two distinct CSA programs: our Summer CSA and our Winter CSA. Drumlin Farm CSA members receive a wide variety of our own sustainably grown vegetables on scheduled pick-up dates at Drumlin Farm. We also provide e-newsletters with cooking tips, recipes, updates, and information about our farm, farmers, and farming practices throughout the season.
Clover Food Lab Summer CSA Boxed Shares
Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary is partnering with Clover Food Lab again this year to provide a boxed Summer 2013 CSA share that will be available for pick up on Thursdays from 2:00 pm-8:00 p.m. from one of three Clover Food Lab locations: Clover HUB in Cambridge, Clover HSQ in Harvard Square, or Clover BUR in Burlington. We distribute full shares for 20 weeks from the beginning of June through mid-October. Space is limited to 40 full shares so please sign up here as soon as possible to guarantee your enrollment. When you sign up, be sure to click the Drumlin Farm full share option on Thursdays, and visit the retail space at the Clover HUB location to learn more about the Drumlin Farm CSA at Clover. Please note, you can only sign up for these shares through the Clover Food Lab.