Growing a Foundation For Health…

Starts in the Soil

Visit Us – Brix Bounty Farm

449 Bakerville Road, Dartmouth, MA 02748

Our Roadside Stand is Open Daily ~10AM – dusk …until Mid-November

Our 2014-15 Wintertime CSA Shares are currently reserved for Summertime CSA shareholders.  We’ll open spots for new members on September 22nd if available. 

Interested in Joining our 2015 Summertime CSA? 

We plan to slowly expand our CSA over the coming seasons, in 2015 we’ll be adding 15 shares to our Summertime capacity. 

We’ll post information online in late September for new members interested in reserving their space for next season.

Upcoming Educational Events

Visit us at the Farmer’s Market in

Downtown New Bedford

Thursdays 2PM-6PM (July 3 – October 30, 2014)

 

Scarlet Nantes Carrots

Scarlet Nantes Carrots, Brix Bounty Farm 2010

Welcome to BrixBounty.com

Brix Bounty Farm, Dartmouth, MA.

Brix Bounty Farm focuses on investing in our natural capital (soils) and human capital (community) to create sustainable sources of original wealth for current & future generations.  At BrixBounty.com we offer resources and ideas for community members interested in sustainable vegetable production here on the Southcoast of Massachusetts and beyond.

Fresh Vegetables and Community Education – Perhaps you’re a member of our Community Supported Agriculture program, visit us at the New Bedford Farmers Market, or attend one of our agricultural workshops?  We hope you’ll take a few minutes to explore our website, learn something new, find an interesting link, and make a deeper connection with our local foodsystem.  We are honored to share the bounties of local agriculture with you:  healthy food, clean environment, vibrant economy, and community.

We moved our blog to the new website at www.brixbounty.com/blog.  After a deep break from blog writing, we’ll be  rekindling the blog this Summer…  Please visit the Brix Bounty Farm Blog Archive – where you’ll find entries and resources from 2008 and 2009.

Dew on Dill, July 2008

Dew Drops on Dill, July 2008