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Community Supported Agriculture


What is CSA?

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is when you, the consumer, have a direct relationship with your food and local farmers.

CSA members purchase a “share” of our farm’s annual harvest upfront, helping us establish a solid financial foundation for the season.

As a member, you receive your weekly share of freshly harvested veggies throughout the season at a convenient pick-up location.

How It Works


A weekly share of the season's freshest vegetables, as well as u-pick options from the farm, including herbs and flowers!

See details below for share options & prices, as well as what's in season!


Pick-up options are:


Thursday's at the West Stockbridge Farmers Market  (3-6pm)

Friday's at the Farm

(2-5 pm)

Saturday's at the Farm

(9 am - 12 pm)


CSA pick-ups begin at the very end of May or the first week of June.

Shares are available each week throughout summer and into fall,

lasting 23-25 weeks of the season.


To sign up for our CSA, 


If you have any questions, please email us at

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Share Options


 23-25 weeks of food

 6-8 items each week

The FULL u-pick selection of

 items, including flowers, herbs, beans, peas, cherry tomatoes.

Full shares are best for families, and also for couples who like to do a lot of cooking. Great size for vegans and vegetarians!



 23-25 weeks of food

Half-size amounts of the 6-8 items

A LIMITED u-pick selection, including smaller flower bouquets, and limited amounts of herbs, beans, peas, cherry tomatoes.

Half shares are great for single people, or for couples who eat out or travel quite a bit. 



  Includes U-PICK crops available during the season including: herbs, flowers, peas, beans, cherry tomatoes.

This share is geared toward those who grow some of their own food, or prefer shopping at farmers market. Access the farm without having to sign-up for a traditional share!



Visit our fields and pick a bouquet of flowers every week during the summer!

This share also allows you to access the farm without having to sign up for a traditional share.



Community Supported Agriculture


Why is CSA important?

CSA members commit to sharing the inherent risks and bounties of a farm from season-to-season. By signing up early, in the fall and winter months, your membership allows us to plan properly, purchase new seed,  and invest in equipment at a time of year when resources and funds are low.


Being a part of Colfax Farm, and our CSA, is a way to invest in the local food system and strengthen your relationships in our local community.

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Early Season

Lettuce, Salad Mix, Kale, Spinach, Arugula, Scallions, Collard Greens, Swiss Chard, Turnips, Peas, Radishes, Herbs, and more

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Tomatoes, Summer Squash, Eggplant, Cucumbers, Peppers, Carrots, Beets, Onions, Potatoes, Beans, Herbs, Flowers, and more

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Late Season

Winter Squash, Rutabaga, Turnips, Parsnips, Carrots,

Garlic, Leeks, Cabbage, Brussel Sprouts, Radishes, Celeriac, and more

What's In Season?

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