World PEAS Cooperative - New Entry Sustainable Farming Project


Lowell, Massachusetts
Family Farm

World PEAS Cooperative - New Entry Sustainable Farming Project

2014 SEASON REGISTRATION NOW OPEN! The World PEAS Food Hub ("People Enhancing Agricultural Sustainability") is a network of immigrant and other farmers affiliated with the New Entry Sustainable Farming Project, a non-profit partnership of Tufts University and Community Teamwork, Inc.

World PEAS CSA is unique because is it a multi-producer program. This means that instead of the produce all coming from one single farm, the produce delivered is grown by over 30 beginning, immigrant, and refugee farmers, as well as a variety of local orchards and berry farms.

Many World PEAS farmers grow crops on less than 1 acre of land, and many have limited English language skills, adequate transportation, or computer literacy- all of which are needed to be able to develop an individual CSA. World PEAS CSA aggregates produce to remove these barriers to connecting directly with their consumers.

Listing last updated on Nov 20, 2013

Register today for your 2014 World PEAS CSA for a share as diverse as the farmers who grow it!

Please contact us if you would like us to deliver shares to your town!



Season:  June through October

Type:  multiple farm

Since:  2006

# of Shares:  500

Full Share:  $805 Large share provides enough fresh, local vegetables AND fruit over 20 weeks to supply a family of four or five (June to October).

1/2 Share:  $540 Small share provides enough fresh, local vegetables AND fruit over 20 weeks to supply two adults (June to October).

Work Req?  No




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I was a farmer that participated in World Peas last year. This CSA is run incredibly professionally. When I made drops to the walk in cooler I was overwhelmed by the variety and freshness of the produce being offered.


We're only a few weeks in, but so far it's been great - overflowing boxes of veggies and fruit - last week had blueberries and peaches!


I got a WorldPeas farm share this summer (2008) and it was fantastic! It is four months of really terrific vegetables. I have learned to cook things that I've never seen in the grocery store and have had a wonderful variety of vegetables.... [more]

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