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Community Supported Agriculture comes to East Blue Hill!

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What is a CSA?

CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture. It is a pre-paid, weekly subscription to fresh produce from your neighborhood farm. By paying upfront at the beginning of the season, you are supporting a small, local farm who is dedicated to your community.

 

Members will receive fresh, seasonal 

produce, for 16 weeks, from June through 

October.  Our CSA is Free Choice, which allows members to choose which vegetables they would like each week. 

 

How it works: During peak summer season, there may be 15-20 vegetable varieties available and members will have their pick of up to 12 items (for a Full Share) and 6 (for the Half Share) of their choosing. This also includes doubling up on more of their favorites! (Examples of "items" are: 1lb of carrots, 1 bunch of kale, 3 sweet peppers, etc.) 

Keep scrolling for examples of what a share may look like

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abouT your membership

What do Members Receive?

In exchange for your up-front support, Clayfield Farm will provide members with freshly picked, sustainably grown and nutrient dense produce, weekly from June through October. Options to purchase extra vegetables and flower bouquets will be available as. Members will also be added to our email list and receive weekly farm happenings, information and photos.

What is Expected of Members?

Members are asked to make a financial commitment to the farm. Members will arrive at the pick-up location (TBD) each week sometime between 3-6pm. Shares must be picked up each week. Shares cannot be held unless the farm is given proper notice beforehand (phone call, text or email).

 

Agreement

I wish to become a member of the CSA at Clayfield Farm by sharing in the costs of the farm. I understand that the farm is committed to growing vegetables, herbs, and flowers using sustainable methods. I am aware of what is expected of me as a CSA Member. I am aware of all the risks involved in the success of the farm and I understand that there may be some crop failures due to pests, disease, or weather conditions. I am aware that depending on weather or natural disasters, the exact start and end date of the season may change. I may also receive more or less produce depending on these conditions.

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All the Details

Share Types and Costs

Full Share- 16 weeks: $530

(Great for a small family or a vegetable enthusiast)

Breaks down to be $33/week

 

Half Share- 16 weeks: $290

(Great for 1-2 people)

Breaks down to $18/week

Example Share

(Changes with the season)

Full Share members can expect up to 12 items weekly (averaging $33). One "item" could be 1lb of carrots, 1 bunch of radish or two heads of garlic, etc.

Half Share will consist of up to 6 items.

Pick-up Date and Location

 

 

Pick-up will be every Thursday from 3-6pm

(June 10th-Sept 30th)

Location: Founders Hall

Address: 1282 Morgan Bay Rd. East Blue Hill

Clayfield Community Karma Fund

Interested in bringing a CSA share to someone in need?

Anyone reading this has the option to donate toward the Clayfield Community Karma Fund. The fund will give those who might not be able to afford it access to fresh local food. With your donations, we will offer community member(s) a free or discounted share. Members can donate on their sign-up form. Non-members can contact us or send a check to Clayfield Farm P.O. Box 17, East Blue Hill, ME 04629.

If you cannot afford a share, we'd love to work with you. Email us to find out more.

Please Note...

This year we are accepting only limited CSA memberships, which we foresee filling up. Signup forms are sent out on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Email Gina to inquire about reserving yours today.
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