2020 SEASON REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!
The New Entry Food Hub aggregates produce from 30+ beginning and New American farmers regionally. We also work with local orchards, specialty growers, and value added producers to add diversity to the share.This produce serves over 200 CSA shareholders, senior centers, food banks, institutions, and other low-income individuals.
New Entry Food Hub aims to build long term economic self-reliance and food security among beginning farmers in eastern Massachusetts, and to expand access of healthy and culturally appropriate foods in underserved areas through production of locally-grown foods. Many New Entry farmers grow crops on less than 5 acres of land, and many have limited English language skills, transportation, or computer literacy- all of which are needed to be able to develop an individual CSA. New Entry CSA aggregates produce to remove these barriers to connecting directly with their consumers. New Entry also partners with community organizations to improve food access in under-resourced communities.
New Entry Food Hub is a program of the New Entry Sustainable Farming Project, a non-profit initiative of Tufts University.
Register today for your 2020 New Entry CSA, for a share as diverse as the farmers who grow it! Visit our online storefront now and sign up for a 10 or 20 week share or our customizable option.
Season: June through October
Type: multiple farm
# of Shares: 500
Share Prices: $ 370 for 10 week Summer or Fall share $675 for 20 week full season share CSA, Your Way- $200 increments
Work Req? No
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!
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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]