Farm Shares & Community Supported Agriculture

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Locations: Lincoln & Beverly/Wenham

Locations: Lincoln & Beverly/Wenham

Locations: Cambridge, Somerville, Jamaica Plain, Dudley Town Common, Lynn

Locations: Cambridge, Somerville, Jamaica Plain, Dudley Town Common, Lynn

Location: Lincoln only

Location: Lincoln only

The Food Project provides locally grown, fresh-picked produce for purchase through our 20-week CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) share program. You can partner and support our farmers by purchasing a CSA share in advance of the harvest.

All of The Food Project's vegetables, herbs, and flowers are grown using sustainable growing methods without chemical fertilizers or pesticides.

Youth in our summer Seed Crews help grow and harvest the produce. Our mission is to create a thoughtful and productive community of youth and adults from diverse backgrounds who work together to build a sustainable food system. 

Double your SNAP Benefits!

We are pleased to be able to accept SNAP benefits as a payment option for our CSA. This payment option allows us to expand access to our weekly shares of farm-fresh produce for our customers. 

NEW this year, made possible with the Department of Transitional Assistance, for every dollar in SNAP benefits you spend on your CSA share, you'll get an extra $1 in your SNAP account, to spend anywhere you like on SNAP-eligible foods! Click here for more information

If you have questions about our farm share offerings after exploring our pages, please email csa@thefoodproject.org

Volunteer on Our Farms

Interested in volunteering? Learn more about our Serve & Grow program and come help on the farms!

Give a CSA Share Gift

Give the gift that continues to give. A CSA share gift makes a great  holiday, graduation or even wedding present! Please email csa@thefoodproject.org for more details. 

While we practice sustainable and organic growing methods, our land and produce are not certified USDA Organic. We encourage you to visit our farms, learn about our growing practices.