CSA Farm Shares & Community Gardens
Join the local food movement and enjoy tasty, chemical-free produce by purchasing a farm share through one of our Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) programs. Or, grow your own in our Community Garden.
Many of our wildlife sanctuaries also offer food-related programs where you can also learn new techniques in the kitchen, meet your local farmers, get involved in the local food system, and much more!
Drumlin Farm offers Spring, Summer, and Fall CSA programs. Our CSA provides a mutually beneficial, season-long relationship between Drumlin Farm and our shareholders. Learn More >
Healthy farming leads to healthy people and a healthy community. This is why Moose Hill Wildlife Sanctuary in Sharon has partnered with the local, family-run Ward’s Berry Farm to offer organic vegetables to our surrounding communities. Learn More >
Looking to start a garden but need a space to do it? The Community Garden at Canoe Meadows in Pittsfield has been welcoming organic green thumbs to its 4.5-acre garden for more than 30 years. Learn More >