Download a Membership Form and follow the instructions on the form. Questions call 802-254-2531 or email
The harvest season goes for 23 weeks from late May through early November. If you will be unable to participate for part of the harvest season, contact Elizabeth (802-254-2531 or email ) about getting a prorated share.
Shares consist of a wide variety of familiar favorites and a few vegetables that may be new to you. Pick-your-own flowers, herbs, strawberries and select vegetables are included. A full CSA share costs $550. A double share costs $990. A half share costs $310. This breaks down to $23.90 per week for a full share, $43.00 per week for a double share, and $13.50 per week for a half share.
The following are our recommendations for share size based on feedback from members. However, household consumption of vegetables varies — some one-person households use more vegetables than some four-person households — so use your judgement about which size is right for you. In our experience, a full share will typically feed 2 adults or a family with young children. A double share is recommended for large families or those on a largely vegetable diet. A half share contains very small quantities of every crop that we harvest and is strongly recommended for one person.
We also offer a working member discount and subsidized shares for low-income families through the NOFA-VT Farm share program (Apply by March 31st).
Members come to the farm or to a downtown Brattleboro pick-up location once per week during CSA pick-up hours to get a share of the produce. Pick-your-own is available at the farm on any day when it is not raining.
Members picking up at the farm (111 Dutton Farm Rd., Dummerston) choose one of the following pick-up days and times: Monday 3:30-6, Thursday 3:30-6, or Saturday 10-12.
Share distribution at the Works Café (118 Main St., Brattleboro) will take place from 3:30-6 on Tuesdays.
Share distribution at The Gleanery Restaurant in Putney will take place from 3:30 – 6 on Wednesdays.
Special thanks to The Gleanery and Works Bakery Café for making this possible.
“We want local organic vegetables. We want to keep our food dollars in the local economy.”– Jim and Annette Cappy,
“I love mesclun mix, fresh flowers, all the basil I could make into pesto and all the fresh veggies.”– Ellen Martyn, CSA Member