Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)
There are so many reasons to join a Community Supported Agriculture program.
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a subscription-based program that enables members to pay in advance to receive a weekly share of a farm’s produce for an entire season. Along with enjoying fresh and delicious local food, being a CSA member is an excellent way to support and get to know your local farmer. Want to learn more? Take a look at our blog post.
Our CSA Programs
CSA shares are harvested at the height of ripeness. Enjoy incredibly flavorful, nutrient-dense food, while following nature’s cycles with a seasonal diet. Every farm has its own unique CSA program. Hyde Park Farmers’ Market is fortunate to have several farmers who offer a CSA:
The Eaton Farm
The Eaton Farm offers a flexible, market-style Produce CSA that enables you to choose your own responsibly-grown share items through a simple point system. Enjoy 20 weeks of fresh, delicious, in-season vegetables (and optional eggs!) delivered to HPFM weekly. In addition, Eaton Farm also provides a Meat CSA, which is a great way to source pastured proteins. Learn more.
Hazelfield Farm offers a gourmet CSA delivered every Sunday to Hyde Park for 30 weeks. With over 20 years of experience, you can expect the highest quality vegetables, fruit, grains and herbs. Hazelfield Farm practices sustainable farming and specializes in heirloom varieties. Learn more.
Elmwood Stock Farm
Farm Beach Bethel
Hazelfield farm is a family and a farm with a passion for growing unique flowers and foliage. Their CSA Flower Club offers fresh-cut arrangements. Available in different weekly groupings and for a 10% discount off the market price. Flowers and colors vary as the season changes. Learn More.
It’s difficult to replicate the peace of mind that comes from knowing where and how your food is grown—not to mention who is growing it. Hyde Park Farmers’ Market strives to bring our patrons the best tasting, most healthy food in our region. Our growers strictly adhere to regenerative and humane practices. Produce is grown without the use of synthetic herbicides, pesticides, fertilizers or GMO seed. Livestock and poultry are pasture raised (and finished) without antibiotics or growth hormones.