CSA

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To Learn more about our Spring, Summer, Fall, and Full Season CSA Shares, click here.

Why Community Supported Agriculture?

  • CSAs are the best way to buy the freshest local food at a discount.  Good Heart CSA members receive a 10% discount off our retail prices.
  • CSAs offer eaters a way to connect to their food and directly support their local farmer, which in turn helps grow a sense of community and connection to the land.
  • CSA creates a shared commitment between farmers and eaters.  When you become a CSA member, you help the farm by paying for a share of vegetables up-front in the spring, when capitol is most needed on the farm.  We, the farmers, then commit to you by working to feed you and your family each week for the summer and early fall months.  When our relationship begins, we together make a commitment to build a stronger community based on food and a personal connection to the earth.
WHY CHOOSE GOOD HEART?
  • CSA is what we do.  CSA is our number one priority, and rather than bring our prettiest produce to the farmers market or ship it through wholesalers, we give our members the first pick and highest quality of our harvest.
  • We grow more than vegetables.  To us, the core of a farm is community, and we strive to grow a community that feeds the bodies, minds, and spirits of all its members.
  • Our tagline, “local food for everyone”, says it all.  Our mission is to make local food accessible to everyone, no matter what your income is.  We hold two annual fundraisers and partner with the NOFA-Vermont Farm Share Program in order to subsidize CSA shares for our neighbors who otherwise would not be able to afford them.  We donate produce to the Worcester Food Shelf weekly through the summer growing season, and encourage those who are able to purchase a “donation” share for the Food Shelf or similar organization that distributes food to those in need.  In this way, we all act together to increase local food access.

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Learn more about our Spring, Summer, Fall, and Full Season CSA Shares here {click!}