Thank you for your interest in the 2020 UMass Student Farm CSA program.  We are still selling shares and are moving forward with our full production plan in support of our fall CSA program during the COVID-19 outbreak.  We can assure all of our customers that our produce is grown using certified organic practices and handled with the highest level of food safety precaution as possible.  Now more than ever we recognize the importance of our work and will continue to move forward with producing food for our campus community.  We will be offering boxed shares this season with curb side pick up every Friday begining September 11th and continue through November.  Sign up today and support your student farmers in exchange for health building delicious vegetables all fall. 

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With Gratitude,

The 2020 UMass Student Farm Crew



Have Questions?  See our "What is a CSA Share" description below, or check out our Student Farm CSA FAQ

What is a CSA share?

CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture, and CSA shares are a great way to get local, affordable produce directly from a neighborhood farm. By signing up for a CSA share in the spring, you can provide a farm with up-front support and a partnership that will last all season.  Once the payment is taken care of, all you have to do is show up every week during the harvest season and pick up your food!

The Student Farm offers Fall CSA shares to the campus community every year, enabling students, faculty, and staff to purchase a share in the farm and pick up over 25 pounds of fresh organic produce every week for ten weeks (September through November).  The total retail value of the ten week share is $1455. 

$360 for a full share for students and $400 for faculty and staff full share

$175 deposit with the balance due at first pick up on September 11th. EARLY BIRD SPECIAL ONLY APPLIES TO FULL BALANCES PAID BEFORE MAY 1, 2020

Please consider becoming a Friend of the Student Farm and signing up for a $500 CSA share - your pledge will help support our very real summer student labor costs.

We are also now accepting credit card payments -simply follow the link below to sign up and choose you payment method.

Have more questions?  See our Student Farm CSA FAQ

Donate to the Farm

If you can afford to do so, please consider donating to the Student Farm in order to help us continue to run and expand our farm to better serve you.  Regardless of your contribution level, we are beyond humbled by your continued support.  Thank you very much!