Community Supported Agriculture at Land’s Sake

A CSA—Community Supported Agriculture—program connects you with your food. By buying a share in the winter or early spring, you're reserving weekly pick-ups of sustainably-grown produce right here on our farm, straight from our farmers. We plant, grow, and harvest vegetables knowing the faces of the shareholders who will take them home. It's like a weekly vegetable date: from June – November, we get to see you at the same time each week, and you get to watch the farm change through the seasons. This ritual becomes a small, back-to-basics escape that also creates fewer food miles, less waste, and more transparency between you and your food. It represents a commitment to growing and consuming food grown close to home without the use of synthetic chemicals that pollute our soils and waterways. Being a Land's Sake CSA Shareholder feels—and tastes—great!

Joining Our CSA

CSA registration begins each year in December with our Early Bird Registration. This special early registration is available only to CSA Members from years past, and includes a 5% discount on each share. We will be opening the 2016 Early Bird Registration on December 16, 2015. Regular registration, which is open to all, will begin January 4, 2016.

Joining our CSA also means that you're joining the Land's Sake community. Membership is a requirement to join the program, and we have different levels to suit every individual or family. In addition to being able to join our CSA, you'll also receive special Membership benefits, in addition to supporting the farm. 

Land’s Sake Shareholders pick up their veggies at the CSA tent at 90 Wellesley Street each week on your designated pick-up day. Rather than pre-boxed shares, we display our produce and we harvest fresh for each pick-up. All shares (excluding the Late Autumn share) include pick-your-own beans, cherry tomatoes, peas, some herbs, and flowers. CSA Pickups will begin the week of June 7, 2016. We offer five types of shares:

SMALL SHARE:

  • Cost: $430
  • Twenty weeks of Land’s Sake-grown produce
  • Between 6 and 8 seasonal items per pick-up
  • Small Shareholders will receive a smaller selection and smaller quantities than Full Shares
  • Best for two people
  • Includes pick-your-own vegetables and flowers
  • Runs the week of June 7, 2016 to the week of October 18, 2016
  • Register now!

FULL SHARE:

  • Cost $680
  • Twenty weeks of Land's Sake-grown produce
  • Between 9 and 13 seasonal items per pick-up
  • Best for four people or more, or for splitting with another family
  • Includes pick-your-own vegetables and flowers
  • Runs the week of June 7, 2016 to the week of October 18, 2016
  • Register now!

BACK TO SCHOOL SHARE:

  • Cost $525
  • The last eight weeks of our Full Share and our three Late Autumn Shares (see below)
  • Best for families that are primarily out of town during the summer months
  • Includes pick-your-own vegetables and flowers
  • Runs the week of August 30, 2016 to the week of October 18, 2016, plus the three Late Share pickups: November 5, November 19, December 3.
  • Register now!

LATE AUTUMN SHARE:

  • Cost $200
  • Three generous shares of Land's Sake storage vegetables such as winter squash,
    onions, turnips, beets, carrots, popcorn and more.
  • Pickups are always on Saturdays and are on November 5, November 19, December 3.
  • Register now!

EXTENDED SHARE:

  • Cost: $845
  • A combination of our Full Share and the Late Autumn Share, for a total of twenty weeks of vegetables plus the Late Autumn share pickups
  • Includes pick-your-own vegetables and flowers
  • Runs the week of June 7, 2016 to the week of October 18, 2016, plus the three Late Share pickups on November 5, November 19, December 3.
  • Register now!

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CSA FAQs

Your questions, answered

Pick-Your-Own

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CSA Workshares

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Hunger Relief

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2016 Calendar

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Flowers

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Sponsor a CSA

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2015 CSA Report

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