Bertrand Farm, Inc.

Bertrand Farm is an educational farm working to connect people to their food as a means of promoting health and sustainability in agriculture . We have year round programing. Our CSA runs during the growing season and includes members(and families) in all stages of production, from ordering seed to harvesting and preserving. Non-working memberships are available as well but do not include the educational component. Meat shares in pasture raised with organic grains in pork, chicken and turkey are also available. Contracts and details are available on our website. Other educational programing includes Summer Farm Camp for children ages 4-13yrs, Farm to school field days for local schools, beginner farming education, cooking and gardening classes and internships in organic agriculture and experiential teaching.

Listing last updated on Feb 18, 2014

Bertrand Farm is an educational farm. Our mission is to connect people to their food in a way that honors nature and promotes healthy and sustainable agricultural. We have programing for all ages: Farm Camps for youth 4-13yrs, a CSA program for adults(families), Farm-to-School Programing, farming and gardening education and cooking and preserving . Our programs also include cooking and preserving classes.



Season:  April through September

Type:  single farm

Since:  2001

# of Shares:  60

Full Share:  $400./per season May -October/plus 3 hours work per week. Non-work membership for season june - October1, $500. add $100 for delivery

1/2 Share:  $275.

Work Req?  Yes: 0


Schedule and Location:

We will be selling any overflow from our CSA at our farm stand

Schedule and Location:

We sell produce when we have overflow from our CSA on Wednesdays and Saturdays through the growing season.



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