Full Season Share
January 10 – December 22 – SOLD OUT
Simple. Seasonal. Delicious.
Eating well isn’t just about eating vegetables. It’s about knowing how your food is grown, where it comes from, and how fresh it is.
It’s about knowing who grows it, being able to ask your farmer questions, and knowing they harvest with you in mind.
It’s about connection: to the land, the farmers, and those you share your meals with.
The Full Season Share makes it easy to eat well.
With seasonal veggies and weekly recipes, cooking delicious meals becomes simple and enjoyable.
But more than that, as a CSA Member you’ll be part of a community rooted in health, environmental sustainability, and joyful connection through food.
You are what you eat. So eat local, eat organic, eat fresh.
Eat well with Good Heart.
The Full Season CSA gives you weekly deliveries of certified organic vegetables and herbs from January – December.
“I choose the full season share as one of many strategies to simplify my life, which is generally too complicated. I love the reliability of it and feel very grateful for all the work that sits behind our experience of bounty each week.”– Chani, CSA Member
Here’s how it works:
- Sign up for the Full Season CSA and choose to pick-up in Montpelier, Calais, or Worcester.
- You’ll receive the harvest list and suggested recipes ahead of time, and pick-up at your chosen location once a week.
- You’ll get an infusion of delicious food into your kitchen every week without having to think about it — as your farmers, we’ll do the planning, harvesting and washing. You do the cooking and eating.
“Having local fresh amazing veggies all year and supporting a local farm is important to us . It feels like one of the most important energy exchanges of these times.”– Ellia, CSA Member
Here’s a snapshot of each season:
Each week choose from a variety of roots, including carrots, beets, radishes, turnips, and sweet potatoes. Add a dose of green with spinach, kale, chard, and mesclun, harvested fresh from the greenhouse.
This share features all the best of early spring freshness: mesclun, spinach, kale, chard, baby beets, hakurei salad turnips, radishes, and fresh herbs.
From mesclun greens to juicy tomatoes, cucumbers, snap peas, carrots and more, you’ll get a vibrant and diverse harvest, plus free pick-your-own flowers.
The Fall Harvest Share features hearty greens, mesclun, a variety of roots, winter squash and farmstead seasonal preserves including sauerkraut, pesto, and elderberry syrup.
We keep coming back because the quality of the food is excellent.– Michelle, CSA Member
Choose from two share sizes
Regular Share Size
This share gives you our classic share size, with an average of 7 items per share.
Great for individuals and couples who love veggies, or families of 3 – 4 people.
Pay in Full: $1397
Payment plan: The payment plan consists of ten payments of $139.70. The first payment due on sign-up. Remaining payments are due on the first of each month, January – September. Please send all post-dated checks together.
Large Share Size
This share gives you the regular shares in Winter and Spring, and large shares in Summer and Fall.
It’s great for families who love veggies and want to get the most out of the traditional harvest seasons.
Pay in Full: $1707
Payment plan: The payment plan consists of ten payments of $170.70. The first payment due on sign-up. Remaining payments are due on the first of each month, January – September. Please send all post-dated checks together.
Pick-up Locations & Schedule
Pick-up Locations & Times
- Winter, Spring, Fall: Woodbelly Pizza on Barre St, 4:00 – 6:30
- Summer: Union Elementary School, 4:30 – 6:30
- Maple Corner Community Store, 4:30 – 6:30
- Winter, Spring: at the Town Hall, 4:00 – 6:30
- Summer, Fall: at the Farm, 4:00 – 7:00
Individual Season Dates
Winter: January 10 – March 17
Spring: March 21 – May 26
Summer: June 6 – September 22
*there is a one week break between spring and summer.
Fall: September 26 – December 22
*weekly pickups September – Thanksgiving, followed by biweekly double-share pickups.