We provide you with 6-10 items per week for 17 or 20 weeks, from June to October. Choose to pickup directly from the farm, or from our Westboro pickup location. You’ll get an interesting and varied selection of seasonal produce, ready and reserved just for you.
Our weekly pickups provide the most value for your dollar – save 5-10% off our store price. It also gives you the option of picking up closer to home, ensures you get first dibs on new crops, and it’s a quick and easy way to shop for vegetables; anyone in the household can do it.
Like the name suggests this is our most flexible CSA option, and functions just like opening an account. Simply pay any amount you like prior to the growing season and shop from our farmstore at your convenience. You can use your flexbox credit to purchase any of our available products.
A flexbox makes it easy to shop our products without worrying about stopping at the bank before visiting. It also makes it easy to share the food budget, or to support a friend or family member. In recognition for providing us with operating funds, we will top off your payment by 5%. We ask that you pay a minimum of $250 and that you use up your entire credit during the same calendar year.
Policies for Weekly Pickup
*You are responsible to arrange pickup of your produce, by anyone you like, during specified times.
*If you miss your pickup, your produce will be re-allocated. We will donate it to someone in need, feed it to our animals, or compost it.
*Each member can claim one ”make-up box” for a missed pickup per season.
*Please bring bags or a container to take your vegetables home.
*There are no substitutions possible. We do our best to provide an interesting variety of produce which evolves over the course of the season. You should be prepared to adapt your eating habits to include new vegetables and to prepare your meals with seasonal harvests in mind.
Payment instructions will be emailed upon registration. We accept cash, check, and etransfers.
Please note there will be no refunds awarded after April 1st. At this point, funds are invested into the growing season.