The 2017 CSA is full for the season and we are no longer accepting members. Please sign-up early next season to secure your spot. Thank you for your interest in our CSA. Our produce is for sale at our roadside farm stand and the Cumberland and Falmouth Farmer’s Markets.
What does CSA mean?
CSA means Community Supported Agriculture. For Winslow Farm, CSA means connecting community to food that isn’t just locally grown, but that is also nurtured in an environment cultivated by intention, knowledge, and respect for the Earth with a focus on connecting the spirit of the land to the people for whom it provides.
How does CSA work?
We farm out of a desire to grow organic, local food for ourselves and our family. Our efforts allow us to share what we grow with you.
Throughout the growing season we offer shares of our organically grown produce on a weekly basis for 22 weeks from June through October.
Half shares and full shares are available. We recommend half shares for an individual who loves vegetables or is a vegetarian. The full share provides a generous amount of vegetables for two vegetable lovers or a family of four.
The shares are pre-packed in crates. Each share will receive a tote at the beginning of the season to use for transporting their produce home from each weekly pickup. Pickup days are Saturdays 9am-5pm and Sundays 11am-4pm at the farm stand (291 Gray Rd., Falmouth, ME 04105).
Farm share prices:
Full share: $550.00
We ask those who wish to participate to make their checks payable to Winslow Farm and mailed to the farm at 291 Gray Rd., Falmouth, ME 04105.
We encourage CSA members to participate in farm activities to learn and to be involved in the process of growing food. If you’re interested in volunteering, please let us know!
Let us know if you have any further questions. Thank you.
Interested in joining our Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Program? Please fill out the contact form below and we will be in touch.
Please note we cannot refund missed pickups. We ask members to notify us in advance if they are unable to pick up their share and welcome those who are unable to pick up to have someone pick up in their stead.