Drumlin Farm Winter CSA
Winter CSA Information
How Much You’ll Get
The winter CSA feeds a family of four or 2–4 adults, depending on how often you cook and how central vegetables are to your diet. Winter CSA shareholders receive a variety of winter storage crops: sweet potatoes, potatoes, onions, winter squash, parsnips, beets, radish, kohlrabi, cabbage, celeriac, and turnips.
In October and November, shareholders also receive a share of our late fall field harvests, including Brussels sprouts, kale collard greens, Swiss chard, radishes, and lettuce—just in time for Thanksgiving meal planning!
Optional Add-ons (Price and availability varies)
We partner with other Massachusetts farms and growers to offer our Winter CSA members optional additions to the vegetables they receive from our fields. Past add-ons include apples, cider, beans, and cranberries.
Cut greens will be available for purchase on a first-come, first served basis. The type of greens available varies based on field and greenhouse conditions but may include spinach, tatsoi, arugula, and mesclun.
Drumlin's Own Egg Shares
New this year, we are offering egg shares from our farm. Our hens are raised on pasture in our Egg Mobiles (mobile chicken coops) or in our poultry house. Shares are limited and available on a first come, first served basis.
Mass Audubon Membership
We ask that all CSA shareholders be members of Mass Audubon. If you are currently not a member, you can sign up now or when you register for the CSA program. Learn more about Mass Audubon membership benefits.