CSA Program

Buy Local, Buy Fresh, Buy from the Farmer!

2021  Community Supported Agriculture Program Registration Is now open!

18 weeks beginning June 17, 2021 to October 14, 2021

 

There are two share options – a large and a small, both run for 18 weeks between June 17 and October 14. 

 

Full shares cost $750  and half shares cost $400. Both share options will provide families with a variety of fresh, locally grown produce at a great savings.

Program Details

Pick up day every Thursday from 10am to 6pm.  Another person can pick up your share under your name if you are unable to make this time frame. Pick up is located at Connors Farm, 30 Valley Road, Danvers, MA.   Shares must be picked up on Thursdays.  We do not hold shares for the next day or the next week. 

CSA includes fruits, vegetables, herbs and more.

A FULL CSA share typically feeds a large family of 4-5 people.

A HALF CSA share typically feeds a small family of 2-3 people.

Full share customers will receive (4) tickets to our fall farm fun and maze and (10) summer passes.

Half share customers will receive (2) tickets to our fall farm fun and maze and (5) summer passes.

REGISTER FOR CSA 2021

Full Share $750.00

Half Share $400.00

CROP AVAILABLITY CHART

June to October

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$750

Feeds a large family of 4-5 people

18 Weeks June to October

(4) tickets to our fall daytime maze

(10) summer passes

$400

Feeds a large family of 2-3 people

18 Weeks June to October

(2) tickets to our fall daytime maze

(5) summer passes

What are the benefits of CSA?

CSA (community supported agriculture) is a program designed to help farms sell their crops in advance to ensure the viability of their operation. This program benefits the farmer, the supporter and the general public. The program enables the farmer to receive enough money up front in order to help finance their farming operations. It also helps the farmer market his/her crops and help eliminate any uncertainties. It benefits the supporter by ensuring that they will receive in most cases a better value for their money that they fronted. Also, the supporter is guaranteed the freshest, safest and best tasting produce available anywhere. Finally, it benefits the general public by protecting the existence of local farms. By supporting local agriculture, you are keeping the local farms viable, which means that you are helping to preserve green space as well as reducing the carbon footprint.

 

We care about the environment and food safety-

All of the fruits and vegetables that are grown on our farm are IPM (Integrated Pest Management). We have practiced IPM on our farm for over a decade and consider it to be the safest method of producing crops. We also were one of the first farms in the state to sign up with the "Partners With Nature" program. IPM ensures the consumer safe produce while also protecting the environment. Our IPM consultant carefully monitors pest activity in our various crops by using pheromone and sticky traps to determine exactly when to spray. When our consultant determines that the insect levels are above a certain threshold, we will then spray, using only the safest materials available. Our consultant also monitors disease and nutrient levels by using soil tests and tissue culture analysis. As a result of this practice, we are not over fertilizing our crops, thus minimizing the potential risk of polluting ground water.

 

What do we grow?

Although we raise most of our crops, we also partner with other local farms to ensure that our members receive the best selection of produce.  Please know that we do not raise any genetically modified crops on our farm. 

This year, we have a wide variety of fruits and vegetables to offer our members. Please know that we try to choose the varieties that have the best possible flavor. We have  peaches (yellow), peaches (white), apples, lettuce, swiss chard, herbs (all types), sweet corn, beefsteak tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, heirloom tomatoes, plum tomatoes, peppers (all types), eggplant (all types), yellow squash, zucchini, winter squashes (all types), beets, carrots, onions, scallions, potatoes, radishes, patty pan squash, pumpkins (all types), spinach, melons (all types), peas, beans, pole beans, leeks, cabbage, brussel sprouts, cauliflower, broccoli, cucumbers, pickling cucumbers, and celery.