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.
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.