Autumn Harvest Farm CSA


Information About CSAs

      CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture.  Members of the community become members of the farm by purchasing a “share of the farm harvest”.  Members benefit by receiving fresh, pesticide free vegetables grown by people you know.  The farmer benefits by having a predictable early income available to purchase seeds and supplies.  The farmer can also spend more time farming instead of looking for places to sell their produce as they know in advance how much they need to grow for the season.  This allows more concentration on the actual farm work leading to better crops.

      CSA’s help keep local small farms farming and help preserve local farm land.

      CSA members have a relationship with the people growing their food and can see the techniques used to produce it.  If you want to see the farm for a visit you are more than welcome, please call ahead so that we can be sure someone is available to show you around.

      We grow a large variety of vegetables and in season you will see them arrive in all their fresh deliciousness.  At the beginning of your share will be lots of greens, both lettuces and cooking greens, radishes and salad turnips.  Then towards the end of June and into July you will see the wide variety of summer veggies begin like tomatoes, cukes, squashes, broccoli and more.  Then into August we see fresh sweet corn, melons, eggplant, peppers, onions and so much more.  Then into September we see the beginning of storage veggies, like winter squash, potatoes, beets, carrots, cabbages & kale.  That is a snapshot of your share, but there will be some surprises too.

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2017 Summer CSA

We will be offering 3 options this year:

      Individual — $225 – 5-6 items
      Couple — $385 – 8-9 items
      Family — $550 – 12-15 items

The season will run for 17 weeks, from June to October with pickup at Autumn Harvest Farm.

New with this CSA:  You can come any day that works for you each week and it can change from one week to the next depending on your schedule.  Just show up and check your name off the list then pick out your items from the list on the board.  (Depending on whats in the garden this could change daily.)

Eggs and bread will be offered each week as one of the choices so you can pick them only when/if you want them.

At the beginning of the season when the choice is less you will get the lower amount of items and it will increase as things become more bountiful.

We are also having many pick your own items, especially the labor intensive ones like beans, peas, cherry tomatoes and strawberries. This will help us keep our costs down and allow you to get involved on the farm.

We hope to offer PYO flowers and herbs for a fee or as one of the choices.

This is all the basic information on the CSA.  If you'd like to sign up, simply fill out the registration form below and mail a check or money order per instructions. Alternatively, print out the registration, fill it out, and mail it in with your payment.

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Autumn Harvest Farm
CSA Registration Form

1.  Please complete the following form to reserve your spot in our CSA.

      » Click here to download a pdf version of this form.

2.  Mail your payment to:
        Suzanne LeBlanc
        Autumn Harvest Farm
        77 Johnson Lane
        Grafton, NH  03240

3.  Your registration is not complete until we receive your payment

Your Name (required):

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Size Option (Individual, Couple, Family):

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77 Johnson Lane

Grafton, NH  03240


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