Join the Metuchen CSA For Great Produce All Summer Long

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Get 100% certified organic produce, fresh from the farm, every week, at the Metuchen CSA! 
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is one way for consumers to gain access to locally grown food direct from a farmer. CSA members provide the farmer much needed capital at the beginning of the growing season. In return, they receive a share of the harvest each week during the growing season. 

Metuchen CSA works with Circle Brook Farms, which provides produce to a number of other CSAs. How does the Metuchen CSA work? Pickups begin the second Thursday of June at a member's home. The share consists of vegetables, herbs and sometimes fruit. The pickups continue for about 24 weeks, until Thanksgiving. There is also a small site fee ($5-10) for supplies at the pickup site, and each member is expected to volunteer to help setup or clean up 3 times during the season. What kind of produce will I get? Types of vegetables vary from week to week, depending on the season, success of the particular crop and the weather. 

Please see Farmer's Letter at for more information.


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