Arrowhead Farm

Arrowhead Farm is celebrating its 329th year of same family ownership by offering the first Community Supported Agriculture group in town. The CSA at Arrowhead is one of the only CSAs in the area with product grown or produced on the farm by the owners and staff at Arrowhead. Visit our website at http://www.arrowheadfamilyfarm.com for more information.

Arrowhead is one of the oldest continually operated family farms in the nation. Come visit for our 329th year and experience a true New England family farm. Farm tours, hayrides, cattle, goats, pigs and chickens are part of the farm. Come see how fresh food is produced on a pre-organic basis. No pesticides are ever used at Arrowhead.

Bring the family, enjoy a walk through this wonderful farm that borders Maudslay State Park and the Merrimac River. Bring a picnic and watch the staff as they pick your fresh food, or feed the farm's animals.

Listing last updated on Mar 6, 2012

The CSA at Arrowhead offers fresh, on-farm produced vegetables, fruits, berries, meats and eggs for its member families. No pesticides or chemical fertilizers are used at Arrowhead. Meat is produced without antibiotics or hormones. The animals are feed locally produced grass, hay and forage; supplemented with grains. Check our website at http://www.arrowheadfamilyfarm.com for more information, directions, and hours of operation.



Season:  April through December

Type:  single farm

Since:  2008

# of Shares:  300

Full Share:  Full Summer Vegetable - $685, add on shares available

1/2 Share:  Small Summer Vegetable - $535 Trial Share - $45 for one week

Work Req?  No


Schedule and Location:

The Tannery Marketplace in Newburyport
May thru October Sundays 9 am to 1 pm
December thru April, two Sundays a month 10 am to 2 pm



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I have friends who have belonged to CSAs in other states but this was my first experience. It was everything I was hoping for and more! What I loved about the CSA at Arrowhead was (1) getting a fabulous variety of fresh veggies each week from June to November (and really flexible pick-up times) (2) meeting a terrific farmer, Dick Chase, and his wife, Paula, and a bunch of wonderful staff people (3) having the opportunity to attend very information Twilight Meetings where a whole bunch of CSA members (and their kids!... [more]


We were late to the game for finding a CSA. This was our first year, and we were new to the process. I was thrilled they still had shares available, and have been very happy with the produce each week! My husband and I are eating healthier than ever, and I'm putting up produce for winter, and making baby food for our 6 month old son too. Can't beat farm fresh green beans for a baby :)

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