Bodhichitta Farms

Bodhichitta: to cultivate with an open heart.

Our farm offers a partnership in CSA harvests. The spring 2014 share starts in Late winter, around the first of March and continues to the end of May. There are 14 baskets planned. In addition to the winter season, we will have our fifth summer CSA available for next year.

In the spring and summer seasons we cultivate a number of garden beds which are filled with a variety of wholesome, all natural food. Farmer Chris has made a nice batch of maple syrup. The front greenhouse is getting seeded and the back greenhouse set up for tomato and other crops.

Farmer/Naturopath Whitney is planning a varied basket of vegetables for the season. She is picking from different vegetable families to create a variety with thought. There will be greens, roots, and herbs in addition to High Hill Orchard Fruit (summer season).

We are excited about locally connecting with the community. There are scheduled drops in Prospect and New Haven. Please join us or email direct for a registration form!


Listing last updated on Nov 4, 2014

Vegetables grown for tastiness and loving your body!

The farm produces a variety of veges for seasonal CSA's. They are grown by farmer Whitney. She is a naturopath who has directed her health passion into the harvest for you. The baskets go out weekly for a 14 week spring season and then for a 18 week summer season.

Since 1998 farmer Chris' maple syrup has gone by the name "Prospect's Purest". He produces during sugar season in the spring. Check our website or email

Season:  July through September

Type:  multiple farm

Since:  2009

# of Shares:  50

Full Share:  $495.00 From July 1st to the end of Sep 14 weeks

Work Req?  No

Schedule and Location:

CitySeed Edgewood Park (New Haven) Sunday 10am to 2pm, Prospect Wednesday 5 to 6pm

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The plants grown at Bodhichitta Farms are beautiful and delicious! Walking through the greenhouse or high tunnel, or looking out over the outdoor beds is inspiring.... [more]

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