For our CSA, we offer a 20-week CSA from mid-June through October. We offer 3 vegetable share sizes with 5 pick-up locations on Tuesday and Thursday in the greater Boston area. We grow most of the produce for the CSA ourselves as well as partner with other local farms to supplement our shares and to offer fresh, local fruit, egg, mushroom, and flower share add-ons.
All shares are pre-boxed for quick and convenient pick-up and with pick-up windows of at least 3 hours, a Warner Farm CSA truly is the easiest way to get the healthiest, farm fresh produce for your family – and better yet, at a reasonable price! Throughout the season we provided recipes and resources to help you make the most of your Warner Farm CSA share.
We offer three different vegetable share options to help you choose the right share for you!
A large share supplies the most variety and quantity and is ideal for a family of 4 or 5, or a smaller family that cooks frequently or would like to freeze or jar extra produce to enjoy through-out the year.
A medium share is ideal for a vegetable loving couple or small family. Some folks in the past have found this share is a great option to explore what a CSA is all about. It is a great learning experience for first time CSA members letting them eat healthy and support a small family farm.
A small share is suitable for a single person or a couple with a small appetite or who eat out often.
Our add-ons are a great way to get more of the local, farm fresh produce you want for your family. These shares are only available vegetable share members.
A mushroom share option is available. This add-on will be available for the full 20 weeks of our CSA. Incorporating 6-8 species of locally grown mushrooms on a rotating basis, you’ll get to experience the health benefits of fungi and expand your culinary options. Varieties will include shiitake, oyster, lions main. We are delighted to partner with Mycoterra Farm in Deerfield, MA to provide this additional choice.
Our fruit share is a great way to get a basket of fresh seasonal fruit all season long. To increase the quantity and variety of fruit in your share, you can purchase multiple fruit share. Members with multiple fruit shares will receive the same offering as single fruit shares, with added quantity and/or variety. The fruit share features strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, nectarines, peaches, and apples.
An egg share will receive a dozen eggs each week. Our eggs are from cage-free, local, happy chickens! Members can purchase multiple egg shares to receive more eggs each week. We partner with Chip-In Farm in Bedford, MA to bring you delicious eggs every week. The eggs are delivered fresh to you and are a great compliment to your fresh vegetables.
Our flower share members will receive a bouquet of handpicked, beautifully arranged flowers for 10 weeks in the heart of the growing season (mid-July through mid-Sept). We partner with Old Friends Farm in Amherst, MA to bring these beautiful flowers to you.
|Large Vegetable Share||$625|
|Medium Vegetable Share||$500|
|Small Vegetable Share||$325|
Your share must be paid in full before your first pick-up. Community-supported agriculture farm shares are pre-paid so our farm have the support we need at the beginning of the season to ensure the production of the highest quality produce all season long! We offer flexible payment options for those who require it. If you would like to discuss this option, please do not hesitate to contact us at email@example.com.
We currently offer 5 different pick-up locations in the greater Boston area.
Tuesday Pick-Up Locations
TJX Framingham: In the parking lot from 3:30 to 6:30pm
TJX Marlborough: In the parking lot from 3:30 to 6:30pm
500 Old Connecticut Path, Framingham: In the parking lot from 3:30 to 6:30pm
Thursday Pick-Up Locations
Brandeis University: In front of Spingold Theater from 2:30 to 7pm
Woburn Whole Foods: In the parking lot from 3:30 to 6:30pm
What produce is in our CSA?
We raise over 100 varieties of vegetables, including over fifteen different sweet corn varieties, over twenty types of heirloom and cherry tomatoes, carrots, peas, beans, eggplant, peppers, pumpkins, squash, radishes, spinach, mesculn mix, strawberries, asparagus, raspberries, blueberries, cucumbers, lettuce, herbs, garlic, onions, potatoes, broccoli, rainbow chard, flowers, melons and much more! To get a better sense of what to expect when check out our crop schedule.