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The CSA season at Many Forks Farm runs for 20 weeks starting in mid-June and running through October. A farm share for the 2020 season is $575 and will typically furnish fresh vegetables for two adults who love fresh vegetables, or perhaps a family of two adults and one-two very young children. But eating habits vary so widely! Go to What is in a share to see what we are growing this coming season and get a snapshot of what you can expect from week to week. If you are new to CSA, you may want to take a look at this link: Is CSA Right for You?
Shares are distributed at the farm on Wednesdays between 4:00PM and 7:00PM.
PLEASE NOTE: If necessary as a safety precaution in regards to the COVID-19 virus, we will pre-box our CSA shares for a drive-through pickup.
Produce is selected from what is available that week. Additional crop offerings may be u-pick when in season – such as cherry tomatoes, peas, beans and raspberries. There is a cutting garden to gather herbs and flowers. You see growing crops growing first hand, get a chance to talk to the farmers, and can enjoy the beauty of the farm.
CSA farm members are invited to come to the farm on other weekdays to pick flowers & herbs in the cutting gardens, have a picnic, walk the farm trail, or show a friend around the farm.
REDUCED-PRICE SHARES available. SNAP/HIP can be used for payment. PLEASE GET IN TOUCH: email@example.com or call 413-281-1814
Each participating household is asked to volunteer for a two-hour session at some point during the season. Your volunteer time is helpful to the farm and a chance for you to experience additional aspects of the farm. CSA distribution time is a great time to volunteer. Help set up, re-stock, meet and speak with farm members. Volunteer work sessions are held from time to time that you may join in, or you are always welcome to arrange a time. Perhaps you have a special skill or talent that would be helpful to the farm – just let us know!