What one CSA member said about our pandemic response

Boy wearing a maroon shirt, holding a freshly harvested onion

“I could write an essay on all the incredible, creative, thoughtful ways you adapted to the pandemic. From being willing to bring groceries from Maple Corner Community Store, to pre-packed bags of our weekly share. We were so grateful to continue to get the fresh food we cherish safely and with smiles behind the masks.”

— Michelle, CSA Member

When I read Michelle’s email, it reaffirmed to me how local food matters.

As farmers, we work to grow organic veggies, herbs and flowers in a way that supports health for you, our community, and the land.

Since the pandemic first hit in 2020, supporting your health has included creating and maintaining a safe and reliable way for you to get fresh veggies.

Because when everything else feels uncertain, local food can offer grounding.

This fall, as we head into yet another uncertain season with the Delta variant, we continue to deliver fresh, local organic vegetables every week to our CSA Members in Montpelier, Maple Corner, and Worcester.

You can become a CSA Member and get reliable, safe, and consistent harvests when you sign up for a Fall Harvest Share.

And, because we believe everyone deserves to eat well no matter their income, we have subsidized shares available.

You can find the income eligibility for a subsidized share here.

If you have any questions about the share, email us and let us know.

Be well and have a delicious week!

In Good Heart,


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