We are a family owned and operated farm. We have been growing produce for many years and have participated in Farmer's Markets. We use sustainable gardening methods to insure we are not only providing you with the most naturally grown product, but also by caring and protecting our soil resources that provide us with healthy, nutritious produce full of flavor. We practice crop rotation, cover crops and composting. We started a CSA in 2008. We grow many different varieties of vegetables for a broad arrangement of colors & flavors. We start all of our transplants from seed using our own soil mixture. Our high tunnel and cold frame allow us to extend the season to bring you produce for an extended period of time, earlier and later. We have even had great success growing ginger and turmeric in the tunnels. In 2016 we started a new system of aquaponics to grow lettuce. The fish provide the nutrients for the lettuce which is an all natural way of producing lettuce.
Open enrollment for new members will begin November 1, 2017 for the 2018 growing season. Contact us for an application or go to our website for a copy of our application.
Season: June through September
Type: single farm
# of Shares: 55
Share Prices: $550/season. Produce only -runs from May 23, 2018 to September 22, 2018. Please contact us for an application.
Work Req? Yes: 3
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Schedule and Location:
Countryside Conservancy Farmer's Market at Howe Meadow on Saturdays from 9-12 starting April 21 through October 27.
Move to indoors at Old Trail School November through April on Saturday's 9-12.
My friend and I have split a share of Baker's CSA for the last several years and are pleased with both the items we receive and the positive attitude the Baker family takes toward their business.... [more]
We have been part of the Baker's CSA for the past 4 years. We have absolutely fallen in love with them, their farm and their produce. We count down the days until our next pick-up.... [more]
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This CSA is a class act. Joining it would make sense simply for the health, economic, and environmental benefits; however, we found the experience to be enriching in many other ways that we hadn't anticipated.... [more]