Moose Hill CSA | Shareholder Information
The Farm at Moose Hill offers an 18-week (early June through early October) organic CSA with three options for pick-up and two pricing tiers.
CSA Program Update
Right now, we're still planning to start our CSA program on time in late May. Arrangements will be made for a safe pick-up process for shareholders and farmers if the COVID-19 situation continues into the CSA season.
By purchasing a CSA share now, you're giving valuable support to our farmers as they continue to work to provide fresh, sustainable food for our community.
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Types of Shares
To best meet the needs of all shareholders, you can select one of two types of shares—Work Share or Farm Share.
All shareholders must be Mass Audubon members. Not a member? You can join today!
Receive fresh, organic vegetables for 18 weeks with no work required!
With this option, you commit to 8 hours of work on the farm over the course of the season and receive a $75 discount. This helps keep operating costs lower and gives you an opportunity to be in the fields, with our staff, knowing exactly where your food comes from while discovering some of the ins and outs of organic farming. Learn More >
Pick Up Times & Locations
at Moose Hill (Sharon)
CSA shares are picked up at the Barn, located on the corner of South Main Street and Moose Hill Street in Sharon (4 Moose Hill Street). You select which day you want to pick up your produce at the start of the season so we can best plan our harvest. Get directions >
- Monday, 4–7 pm
- Wednesday, 4–7 pm
- Friday, 4–7 pm
at Boston Nature Center (Mattapan)
We've partnered with Boston Nature Center, our sister wildlife sanctuary in Mattapan, to provide CSA shareholders with another pick-up option. Get directions >
- Friday, 3:30-6:30 pm
What's in Your Share
Each share can fill the weekly vegetable needs of a family of 4, or 2-4 adults, depending on how often you cook and how central vegetables are to your diet.
The season starts with leafy greens, spring onions, and radishes. A share in the height of summer may include lettuce, radish, broccoli, heirloom tomatoes, plum tomatoes, sweet peppers, hot peppers, eggplant, sweet corn, melons, squash, and potatoes. You will also have a chance to pick-your-own beans, peas, flowers, and cherry tomatoes at different times throughout the summer.
You also can purchase eggs from free-running chickens, courtesy of Chip-In Farm in Bedford along with your share.
Download our Harvest Schedule (below) to better understand the variety and distribution of the crops grown in a typical year.