We will begin taking new members for the 2018 season soon!
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COMMUNITY SUPPORTED AGRICULTURE

Each year, we invite the surrounding community to buy a share of our farm's harvest. This means that as a CSA member, you are providing us with important capital at the beginning of the season when a farm's expenses are the highest. Your investment in our business allows us to purchase the seeds, equipment, and infrastructure necessary to provide an abundant supply of food to our community. In exchange for your support, we provide a weekly share of the farm's crops for you and your family while sustainably giving back to the land. We believe that healthy food starts in the soil, so we never use chemical fertilizers, herbicides, or pesticides on our farm. We use compost, crop rotation, and cover crops to feed the microbes in our soil. They do all the real hard work for us. As a member of our CSA you will be creating employment opportunities, committing to healthy eating habits for you and your family, and advocating for small scale Rhode Island agriculture.

HOW IT WORKS

Every Tuesday, from the first week of June through the week of Thanksgiving, we invite our CSA members to the farm to pick up their share. Bins will be set up and labelled with an amount of produce to take and one of the farmers will help answer any questions (and offer recipe advice!) Some recycled bags may be available, but we encourage our members to bring reusable bags to put your share into. There will be some set amounts of produce and some choices to make along the way. The selection of produce will vary with the seasons. See the "What's in a share?" section below to learn more. There will be seasonal events of pick your own (PYO) veggies or fruit where our members are invited to the farm to pick extras. Every Sunday, we will send out a weekly newsletter that gives you an update about the farm and lets you know what vegetables to expect at CSA pickup. We also offer extra shares like flower bouquets, eggs, and herbal tea to make your CSA uniquely yours. 

There are two share sizes:

HALF (feeds 1-2)
or
FAMILY (feeds 3-4)


WHATS IN A SHARE?
Each week will vary depending on the time of the season. Here are a few examples of what might be in the share:

SPRING
Salad mix, spinach, carrots, radishes, sugar snap peas, bok choy, scallions, cilantro

SUMMER
Heirloom tomatoes, head lettuce, zucchini, cucumbers, green beans, eggplant, hot peppers, basil

FALL
Carrots, beets, arugula, butternut squash, kale, onions, swiss chard, thyme

PRICING &
PAYMENT

For 25 weeks of fresh produce:

HALF SHARE - $450.00
($18 weekly)

FAMILY SHARE - $625.00
($25 weekly)

Members are asked to send in a $100 deposit before the start of the season to hold their place as space is limited. We ask that the rest of the payment be brought to the first day of pickup. The prices we have chosen reflect the cost it takes to run a diversified vegetable farm. We are devoted to providing affordable fresh food to our community. If you are in need of financial assistance, contact us to discuss a payment plan or consider being a workshare. Visit the workshare page to learn more about working in exchange for all or part of your share.

Payment can be made in the form of CASH, CHECK, or CREDIT CARD*. Credit card payments will be taken on the first day of CSA pickup.

* A 3% fee will be applied to all credit card transactions

EXTRA SHARES

We are partnering with other small businesses in RI to offer you extra shares to add to your CSA! We believe in the power of community to help our local economy grow. These optional shares are offered weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly so please read the descriptions carefully.

FLOWER BOUQUETS

Weekly or bi-weekly

Adding a flower share is a different way of enjoying the beauty of the

seasons​. Each week, or every other week, you will receive a

bouquet of flowers grown and designed by us! These medium to large

bouquets will feature different varieties throughout the season.

Adding a flower share is a great value as we normally sell similar

bouquets for $12 each. Our flowers are also chemical free.
If you will be traveling and can't use the flowers for one of the weeks,

they also make a great gift! Flower share begins June 20th.
20 weeks, weekly Mid June - October $200 ($10 per bouquet)

10 weeks, bi-weekly, Mid June - October $100 ($10 per bouquet)

 

ICE CREAM BY MELISSA 

Monthly

With this extra share, you will enjoy a pint of Melissa's handmade

ice cream once a month. Flavors vary throughout the season and

many will use what is grown at Moonrose. Melissa only uses
high quality ingredients and sources locally whenever possible.

Sample flavors include thai basil, salted honey, strawberry lemon balm.
Choose either one pint or two pints per monthly pickup. 

6 months, one pint monthly June - October $36 ($6 per month)

6 months, two pints monthly June - October $72 ($12 per month)

HERBAL TEA BY RADIA HERBS

Monthly

Enjoy a variety of herbal teas expertly blended by farmer and

herbalist Rachel Playe. Some of the herbs used in her teas are

grown right on the same property as Moonrose Farm! Each month

you will receive two tins of herbal tea selected by Rachel. Each tin will

make about 18 cups of tea.

6 months, 2 tins monthly, June - November $96 ($16 per month)

To learn more about Radia herbs, visit their website here.

EGG SHARE FROM

HURRICANE HILL FARM

Weekly or bi-weekly

Nothing compares to farm fresh eggs. You will receive a dozen

eggs weekly or every other week alongside your CSA share from

Hurricane Hill Farm. Drake & Wright raise happy, free range hens
on the pasture next to our field!

25 weeks, weekly June - October $125 ($5 per dozen)

12 weeks, bi-weekly, June- October $60 ($5 per dozen)

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Mailing Address Rehoboth CSA pickup & Farm Stand Location:
88 Mason St

Rehoboth MA

02769

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CRANSTON CSA PICKUP ADDRESS ONLY 

 91 Valley View Drive

Cranston, RI

02921

No retail sales at this location.

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