Frequently Asked Questions

What is a CSA?

CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture. It’s a way for consumers to buy local, seasonal produce directly from a farm in their own community. By buying a membership you become a member of a CSA, and as such you’re making a conscious and healthy choice about how you will eat as well as lending support to the agricultural producers in your local area.

Why would I order weeks or even months before the produce is harvested?

By signing up for your membership early, you’re helping us plan for the growing season. It’s also a way of ensuring that we have sufficient resources to seed, till, and harvest when the produce is ripe, luscious, and prime to pick.

How do I use my membership card?

Come shop the farm stand during open hours and use your debit card at check out.

How can I pay for my membership?

Online payment is easy. Choose your membership level at check out. Farm Memberships

Does Husky Meadows Farm follow sustainability guidelines?

Yes. We are a two-acre organic farm certified by Baystate Organic Certifiers, including an orchard and a bee apiary, and are totally committed to sustainable agricultural practices.

The best way to see our farm is to spend a weekend foraging, harvesting and cooking as part of our Seed & Spoon program. But in the meantime, you can learn a little bit more about us through this short video.

"The Husky Meadows CSA provides us with vegetables all season long. We love the variety, taste and quality of the veggies, and Tracy’s recipes inspire us to cook in a more diverse way. We can’t recommend it enough!“
Marleen, Falls Village

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