Published on April 6, 2022

Moose Hill CSA Shares

Fresh veggies at Moose Hill

I've never heard of a CSA! Should I have one?

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a great way to create a personal connection to your local farm and farmers. You will not only know where your food is grown and learn how it’s grown, but you’ll be able to taste the difference!

Mass Audubon’s Farm at Moose Hill welcomes (and encourages) anyone to try a CSA! Also sometimes referred to as a farm share, our CSA is an allocation of nutritious, high-quality vegetables and fruits that you pick up weekly right from our farm in Sharon or from our sister sanctuary, the Boston Nature Center, in Mattapan. It’s simple and straight forward, but it’s also impactful and resourceful. Participating in our CSA goes beyond just the vegetables, it’s an investment in soil health, community, local economy, health and wellness, and so much more. 

CSA members also receive a weekly newsletter full of vegetable storage tips, recipes, and growing condition updates from the farmers. Signing up can be daunting for many as they’re not sure what to do with all the food or how to make time to process it. On top of our newsletter, our farmers and other CSA members are always eager to share their knowledge! When visiting the farm to pick up your share, be sure to ask questions, take a walk through our fields, and enjoy the pick-your-own component of the CSA!

By participating in a Mass Audubon CSA, you are creating a connection to your local farm as well as taking part in our mission to protect the nature of Massachusetts for people and wildlife. We hope to have you join us for an exciting summer of seasonal eating and community connections!  

Anyone is welcome to join! Payment plans and monthly payment options are available if advance payment is not possible.

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