Community Supported Agriculture

Applefield Farm


Rte. 117 (Great Rd.)
Stow, MA
United States

Applefield Farm

Applefield Farm is a 25 acre diversified farm. We specialize in a variety of seasonal vegetables, fruits, and flowers. Our delicious fruits and vegetables and beautiful flowers make us happy, and we enjoying sharing that with our customers. We are open from April until late October. We are committed to quality produce and are now offering a variety of natural foods.

First Root Farm


Lexington Road
Concord, MA, 01742
United States


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Kenney Farm


88 Virginia Road
Concord, MA, 01742
United States

Aerial of Kenney FarmKenney Farm is located in historic Concord, Massachusetts. Since 1885, the farm has been a family-owned and operated grower of wholesale produce. The focus of our operation has been to grow top quality produce in large quantities for distribution to the Boston wholesale markets. We have grown several types of vegetables through many years of farming. Read More »

Cape Ann Fresh Catch Fish CSA


PO Box 831
Gloucester, MA, 01930
United States

Community Supported Fishery (CSF). This type of cooperative not only helps the local fishing industry but also, makes it easier to carry out sustainable fishing practices.

Cape Ann Fresh Catch has sold all shares for this season. The next season starts in May.

For more information, see their website, call: (978) 283-2504, or email:

World PEAS Cooperative and CSA


9 Central St., Suite 402
Lowell, MA, 01852
United States

The NESFP (New Entry Sustainable Farming Project) helped form the World PEAS Coop in 2005 with the goal to help immigrant and refugee farmers sell more of their produce to new audiences at higher prices. By forming a coop, small, beginning farmers are able to combine their products with other small farmers and support themselves more easily. Additionally, for some immigrants and refugees whose limited English language skills or work schedules make direct sales difficult, participating in the World PEAS Coop helps them to sell more efficiently than working on their own. Read More »

Waltham Fields Community Farm


240 Beaver Street
Waltham, MA, 02452
United States

Waltham Fields Community Farm is a non-profit organization supporting farmland preservation, hunger relief, and education.

The farm offers educational programs to local young people in order to teach them about sustainable farming and local food. They also distribute free and low-cost produce to an economically and ethnically diverse population of Waltham residents. In addition, Waltham Fields hosts public community events on the farm such as concerts to help spread their educational goals further.

Waltham Fields Community Farm offers CSA shares as well.

Land's Sake


27 Crescent Street
Weston, MA, 02493
United States

Land's Sake is a non-profit organization that runs a certified organic farm dedicated to teaching responsible stewardship through farming, landscape and outreach. They will be offering CSA memberships this year. They also offer a number of educational activities as well as Pick-Your-Own fruit and retail of their produce.

Harvest Co-Op


581 Massachusetts Ave Central Square
Cambridge, MA, 02139
United States

Harvest Co-op Markets are community-owned markets open to the public. Harvest specializes in organic, natural, and wholesome food choices. You will find fresh, local produce in season, fresh fish right off the pier, local cheeses, naturally raised meat, an award-winning bulk spice section, bulk products, unique wines and beer, and more.

Heirloom Harvest Community Farm and CSA


30 Hopkinton Road (Route 135)
Westborough, MA, 01581
United States

Heirloom Harvest is a certified organic community supported agriculture farm. For an annual fee, members receive weekly fresh produce from the farm over the 22 week season. The farm also donates a portion of their profits to charity and are dedicated to integrating volunteers. The farm is surrounded on 3 sides by fields for the benefit of uncommon bird species like bobolinks and meadowlarks.

The Farm School


Sentinel Elm Farm 488 Moore Hill Road
Athol, MA, 01331
United States

The Farm School is a family farm turned educational center where people can come and learn what it means to be a practical, sustainable farmer. Several programs are offered both for young people and adults.

The farm also has a Community Supported Agriculture option offering fresh organic produce for members with pick-ups in Boston and Watertown.

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