We Invite You to Invest in Health!

2016 Brix Bounty CSA FlyerJoin Our 2018 Summertime

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Program

Looking For Our 2018 Brix Bounty CSA Registration Form

We suggest you review information linked below.

Brix Bounty Farm Summertime CSA

~21 Week Season:  June 5/8 – Oct 23/26

Tuesdays or Fridays Pickup – 2PM-7PM

at the farm

at 449 Bakerville Road, Dartmouth, MA

Full Size Share $800-$750, Partial Size Share $650-$600

Optional Deep Nutrition Share $100 – $50

Invest in Your Health… Join the 2018 Brix Bounty Farm Summertime CSA.  21 weeks of farm fresh vegetables grown with an emphasis on nutrition, quality, & flavor; vegetables grown with respect for the earth and future generations; vegetables grown without synthetic fungicides, herbicides, or pesticides.  Growing a Foundation for Health Starts in the Soil.

What is in a Vegetable Share (vegetables grouped by family)

Alliums:  Garlic, Leeks, Onions, Scallions, Shallots

Chenopods:  Beets, Spinach, Swiss Chard             Greens                  Herbs:  Basil, Cilantro, Dill, Parsley, Sage

Brassicas:  Arugula, Asian Greens, Broccoli, Cabbage, Chinese Cabbage, Kale, Kohlrabi, Radishes, Pac Choi, Turnips

Cucurbits:  Cucumbers, Melons, Sugar Pumpkins, Summer Squash and Zucchini, Winter Squash, Watermelon

Legumes:  String Beans and Sugar Snap Peas                           Umbels:  Carrots, Celery, Celeriac, Fennel

Nightshades:  Eggplant, Tomatoes (Cherry, Heirloom, Paste, & Slicing), Hot and Sweet Peppers

In 2014, we started planting no spray, non-GMO sweet corn for our shareholders and plan to once again include sweet corn a couple of times in 2018.  Our shares are grown and produced entirely by us on our farm on Bakerville Road.

How do we join?  We suggest you:

1)  Review the CSA Information

2)  Read the CSA Pick Up Details

3)  Complete a CSA Registration Form

4)  Mail to Brix Bounty Farm, 1 Seth Davis Way, Dartmouth, MA 02748.

If you have questions, please contact the farm.

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) allows consumers to develop deeper connection to where their food is grown.    Through this relationship, we hope you’ll come to think of Brix Bounty Farm as your farm.

2018 will be our 9th season offering CSA shares at Brix Bounty Farm.  Before starting Brix Bounty Farm, I’ve grown vegetables for CSA programs while farming at Waltham Fields Community Farm (Waltham, MA) and Hawthorne Valley Farm (Harlemville, NY).  Our CSA at Brix Bounty Farm is a central part of our farm; in 2018 we’ll be actively cropping a little more than 7 acres for our 100 member Summertime CSA, Farmstand, Farmers Market, and our Wintertime CSA.

See our Grower’s Statement and What is Brix? for more about our farming methods.

Coming in November 2018 – Our Wintertime CSA Share (Fresh Greens, Roots, and Storage Crops) offering ~12 distributions through May 2019.

Tomatoes

Heirloom Tomatoes, July 2010 Brix Bounty Farm