Thanks for enquiring about a CSA with Waldingfield Farm! We are happy to announce that our 2023 season signup is now open.
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THANKS FOR ENQUIRING ABOUT A CSA WITH WALDINGFIELD FARM! WE ARE HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE THAT OUR 2023 SEASON SIGNUP IS NOW OPEN.
Payment can be made with checks, cash, or Paypal. Payment plans are also available.
Full shares are $700 if paid in full. Or, $720 with 3 payments of $240.
Half shares are $350 if paid in full. Or, $360 with 3 payments of $120.
Should another plan be needed, please feel free to call or email.
From the beginning, we have always believed that a CSA was the driving force behind our success as a small organic farm. From June through October, we provide weekly and bi-weekly pick-ups and drop-offs for our clients comprised of what we have growing in the fields that particular week.
We have pick-ups at farmers’ markets (New Haven, Sandy Hook/Newtown, Brooklyn) and, of course, we have pick-ups at our barn on East Street in Washington (entrance opposite #41 East Street driveway). Big and red, hard to miss…
Starting in early June and lasting through the end of October, the weekly offerings range in size and variety as the seasons progress. Some spring item examples may include a variety of lettuces, snap peas, cooking greens, radishes, and other early root crops. The summer months bring the bulk of the variety we grow at the farm, from summer squash and zucchini, cucumbers, onions & tomatoes (we grow the best around) as well as numerous salad greens, beans, peppers, eggplants, etc. Our fall harvest typically includes late-season summer crops and hearty fare like winter squash, potatoes, apples, kale, turnips, beets, etc. While we cannot guarantee that everything planted will survive to harvest, we do know that we offer a wide variety for your tables all season long.
Check out our Instagram page (@waldingfieldfarmct) to see examples of weekly offerings…
As most people who join CSA’s know, the money we take in helps the farm operate all season long, even when there is no produce to be harvested. It pays for our seed purchases in the winter months, labor & start-up costs in the spring, and most importantly it allows the farmers to focus on growing instead of “marketing” the harvest. Most importantly, it is your commitment to sharing the risk in what we do, and the reward is some of the best organic food in CT. So think about it. Does this work for you and your family? We understand in today’s society that many people wish to participate in the local food system and that joining a CSA is a great way to ensure that farms stay in your area. Thanks!
- Some advantages for consumers who join a CSA:
- Eat ultra-fresh food, with all the flavor and vitamin/nutritional benefits
- Get exposed to new vegetables and new ways of cooking (we send recipes)
- Get to visit the farm at least once a season (if not a farm pickup), great for kids!
- Find that children typically favor food from “their” farm
- Develop a relationship with the farmer who grows your food and learn more about how food is produced
Hope to have you all on board!