Hartsbrook Harvest Shares

Join our CSA

Our Hartsbrook Harvest Shares program, our CSA,  enables Hartsbrook to support community organizations dedicated to food assistance and food justice while connecting students and summer programs with food-growing initiatives. Thank you for your support!

Our students learn about healthy food choices, fighting food insecurity, and working for social justice – locally and globally!

QUESTIONS?  csa@hartsbrook.org

Welcome to our Third Season

We are excited to be continuing our food growing initiative again this year: making healthy, nutritious food available to even more folks, while supporting our goal of increasing food accessibility for all. Please sign up now to receive your 2022 CSA share.
Hartsbrook donates a portion of each week’s harvest to the following local area organizations:

The Gray House: A social service agency in the North End of Springfield which, amongst other services, provides food assistance to their neighbors facing hardships to meet their immediate and transitional needs.

Abundance Farm: A Northampton-based organization whose mission is to promote food justice and local food security, build healthy communities, and provide outdoor education experiences for children.

To sign up:

  • Email  csa@hartsbrook.org to reserve your share
  • Mail your check/drop it at the front desk (write “CSA” in the memo)

Every share will include:

  • Twenty weeks of organic, fresh vegetables (approx. 8 – 15 lbs)
    Beans, beets, chard, broccoli, kale, cabbage, onions, potatoes, leeks, carrots, squash, cucumbers, peppers, tomatoes, herbs
  • Flowers when available

The Details:

  • Cost of the share is $350 – $550 for the season (sliding scale)
  • Pickup at Hartsbrook, starting in mid June
  • Pickup on Wednesdays, 3-6 pm
  • We are offering a limited number of shares, so reserve early

Healthy Food is a Right for Everyone! 

“The Earth is what we all have in common.”
― Wendell Berry

“Our lives begin to end the day we become silent
about things that matter.” 

 — Martin Luther King Jr.