Published on January 10, 2020

Get Your Summer CSA Share at the BNC!

Carrying a harvest basket of veggies
→ Season runs May 29–October 2 ←

Registration is now open for 2020 Summer CSA shares! Boston Nature Center is once again teaming up with Moose Hill, our sister wildlife sanctuary in Sharon, to offer Mass Audubon members the opportunity to get approximately 18 weeks of fresh, organic vegetables.

With weekly pick-ups at the BNC on Friday afternoons, summer just couldn’t be any sweeter!

Moose Hill Wildlife Sanctuary partners with Ward’s Berry Farm to grow certified organic produce on 17 acres of sustainably farmed land. Moose Hill oversees the management, harvesting, and distribution of the crops, and also maintains the organic standards for annual certification.

How It Works

Please note that all shareholders must be Mass Audubon members. Not a member? Join today!

  • Choose the type of share you'd like—a Farm Share or a Work Share (see below).
  • Come to pick-up at the BNC each week on Fridays from 3:30-6:30 pm.
  • Fill your own bags from a set list of freshly-harvested crops at your weekly distribution.
  • Receive weekly emails with updates on what you'll receive at the next pick-up along with storage tips, recipes, and stories about our farmers and farming practices.
Early summer CSA veggies from the Farm at Moose Hill

Types of Shares


$515 until February 28 • $565 starting March 1
Receive fresh, organic vegetables every week and enjoy a chance to connect with other shareholders at pick-up—no work hours required. Register online >


$440 until February 28 • $490 starting March 1
Save $75 on the cost of your share in exchange for committing 8 hours of your time—over the full 18-week season—to either harvesting/weeding at The Farm in Sharon or helping at CSA pick-up at the BNC. Register online >


$90/dozen for 18 weeks • $45/half dozen for 18 weeks
Add eggs from Chip-In Farm to your weekly pick-up! Pay the add-on fee just once, and you'll receive either a dozen or half-dozen eggs every week as part of your regular share. (Must have a Farm Share or Work Share to add this option.)  Register by mail >

How to Register

Once you're registered, you'll receive an email confirmation from Mass Audubon. Please check that the information is correct, and be sure to read the enclosed PDF with additional information. If you have any questions, feel free to email Moose Hill.