Each week we will bring your CSA shares right to your workplace. That means no more trying to rush to your local farm to try and pick it up before they close. To help us keep costs down for the Workplace CSA program, we are asking that there be minimum of 20 participants per location. If you are unable to meet the 20 participants, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn if there are other options availabe to you and your company.
Workplace Contact Incentive
Any person who decides to become a Workplace CSA Contact will become part of our incentive program. The contact person will be responsible for helping us with internal logistics. For this help the workplace contact will receive discounts based on the amount of participants at each location. For more info on being a contact please email us at: email@example.com
Our CSA is a 16 week program. We currently offer two options for you to choose from. The first and most popular option is our Full Share it is enough to easily feed a family of four, while our Half Share will comfortably feed a family of two.
Shares of the harvest will vary with the season. Here’s what you can expect.
- June-July: expect leaf lettuces, radish, spinach, Swiss chard, kale, summer squash, zucchini, cukes, corn, straw- berries, and blueberries.
- August-September: Sweet corn, tomatoes, pepper, eggplant, summer squash, lettuce, beans, carrots, beets, broccoli, cauliflower, onions, leeks, melons, peaches.
- October: Sweet corn, tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, broc- coli, beets, carrots, winter squash, brussel sprouts, lettuce, pumpkins, apples and peaches.
Workplace CSA Benefits
As a Davidian Brothers Workplace CSA member you will be receiving our freshest produce at near wholesale cost. Also throughout the year there will be added “bonuses” when you become a member of our CSA. These bonuses could be private tours of our farm, or maybe just a nice ice cream sitting by our petting zoo. We also hold VIP events. These events are by invite only and are exclusive to our CSA members.
Local And Fresh
Four generations of farming techniques have helped us be able to grow fresh produce that tastes great, and we try to be conscious of our environment. To help us be a more sustainable farm we use our own compost in all of our fields to help offset the use of chemical fertilizers. We also use an Integrated Pest Management (IPM) program to further this cause.
This program allows us to use many different strategies to solve all of our pest problems. In this program we scout the fields for insect and disease, only treating a problem if there is one.
We are not a spray first farm. We are a COMMONWEALTH QUALITY FARM. This is an accreditation that is acquired by, harvesting and producing right here in Massachusetts using practices that are safe, sustainable and don’t harm the environment. Commonwealth Quality-certified growers, producers, harvesters and processors not only meet stringent federal, state and local regulatory requirements, but also employ best management practices and production standards that ensure consumers receive the safest, most wholesome products available. Also we are Eco Apple certified. Eco certi- fied farmers use sustainable farming practices such as IPM to create thriving eco systems for pollinators and other beneficial insects, healthy soils, and clean air and water.
Cost and Signup
This years CSA will be from June 13th – October 2nd
Full Share (4-6 person) is $600
Half Share (2-4 person) is $450
To sign up click CSA sign up below