Circle Brook Farm (formerly Starbrite Farm) is a diversified, certified organic, vegetable farm. We grow virtually every type of produce that is possible in our climate- from arugula to zucchini. Included in the planting list are many heirloom varieties such as the Rattlesnake pole bean, Costata Romanesco squash, heirloom melons, and many varieties of heirloom tomatoes. We also grow many unique varieties such as Japanese salad turnips, ground cherries (cape gooseberries), white sweet potatoes, sugarsnap peas, multi-colored carrots as well as oakleaf and other types of lettuce you will never find in the supermarket. We sell our vegetables at Farmer's markets- Montclair, Saturday morning; Hoboken, Tuesday afternoon and Denville, Sunday morning. We also have a CSA program with pickup sites in Jersey City, Montclair, Morristown, Staten Island, Westfield and at the farm in Andover NJ. In addition to our own vegetables, herbs, and melons we offer a fruit share with eco-grown from another local farm.
We are currently seeking new pickup locations in North NJ for the 2016 season. To be feasible a site will need to have a minimum of 25 members. We offer a free share for every 25 shares; to be used to compensate the hosting member, core group members, or to be donated to a local food pantry or soup kitchen. We offer a 24 week season beginning in Mid -June and lasting into November. We provide a wide variety of good quality organic vegetables and herbs. References available.
Season: June through November
Type: single farm
# of Shares: 800
Full Share: $650 for a 24 week season
Work Req? No
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Schedule and Location:
Montclair NJ, Walnut St. Train Stn., Saturdays 8-2pm
Hoboken NJ, Washington St., Tuesdays 3- 7:30 pm
Denville NJ, Upper Bloomfield Ave. Sundays 8:30-1:00pm
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I been to most farmers markets in Northern NJ. I keep coming back to CBF. Recently, I had their eggs and paid strict attention to their quality. I buy vital eggs in the store during the winter months.... [more]