At one time, a large portion of our diet was supplied by the fertile lands which surround us. Today our food system has changed. It's common today to find imported produce in the grocery store while the local crop is in season and being shipped out of state! How crazy is that? It is our mission to reverse this trend.

The CSA program is an effort to fill the dinner tables of our members with fresh, nutritious produce while providing them an opportunity to reconnect with the seasonal nature of local food and help preserve a working family farm.

Listing last updated on Jan 15, 2014

A.T. Buzby Farm is a family farm in rural Salem County, New Jersey. We grow a variety of fresh produce for local markets.

Currently operating on 170 acres, we serve many area roadside stands with seasonal treats. We also have retail locations around the region and a CSA right here on our farm.

Andrew and Dawn Buzby established the farm in 1981 as a labor of love. This love continues today and has spread to many family members who now help on the farm.



Season:  May through September

Type:  multiple farm

Since:  2009

# of Shares:  150

Full Share:  $450/year

1/2 Share:  $250/year

Work Req?  No




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My husband and I have been participating in the Buzby CSA for 3 or 4 years now. It's a great way to get local produce that tastes delicious! The Buzby's are great people and always seem to include the extras that make the CSA so special (like strawberry shortcake and a farm tour!... [more]

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