Clatter Valley Farm

(203) 994-1285


Farm Location: 125 Town Farm Road
Mailing Address:  108 Squire Hill Road
New Milford, Connecticut 06776 ClatterValleyCSA@yahoo.com       
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Program Options

CSA MEMBERSHIP

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is for those committed members who pay a membership fee for a weekly supply of seasonal produce from our farm. This helps cover our operation costs for seed, fertilizer, fuel, equipment, labor, greenhouse supplies, etc. We plan and work throughout the year to provide our members with an equal shares of produce on a weekly basis. The share of produce is available for pick-up every week during the growing season. 


Jeremys Sister Jenny Schulz Harrowing The Fields
WHAT ARE MY OPTIONS?

Weekly subscription program:

You will receive on average 5 to 7 different types of vegetables each week for 15 weeks. Generally a full  share is the right amount for a family of four (2 adults & 2 children), or two vegetable loving adults. Half shares and fruit shares are also available.

NEW THIS YEAR:

Prebuy program:

You pick your dollar amount and prebuy and we will give you an extra 15% to use at our stand whenever and however you wish.  Example: Prebuy $100 (minimum) and you will have $115 to use on any of our produce.... You decide what you want and when you want it!  There will be a card at the stand that tracks your purchases and your available credit.  All Prebuy orders must be received by 5/31/17.

You must choose either the weekly subscription plan OR the Prebuy program for the entire season.   


SOME OF THE CROPS GROWN WILL INCLUDE:
(but are not limited to)


Beans, beets, chard, cabbage, cole crops, carrots, sweet corn, cucumber, muskmelon, eggplant, lettuce, special salad mix, onion, peas, peppers, potato, squash, radish, rutabaga, spinach, tomato (heirloom and conventional varieties), and winter squash.


Rows of Vegetables at Clatter Valley Farm CSA


ADVANTAGES FOR SHARE MEMBERS:

* Eat fresh, locally grown produce, full of flavor and vitamins
* Exposure to new vegetables, try new recipes and canning options
* Knowing your all-natural vegetables are grown by farmers who are conscious of their impact on the land
* Weekly visits to the farm; enjoying the garden, animals, picnics and many hiking trails
* Find your children will typically favor food from "their" farm  (even eating veggies they've never been a fan of or tried)
* Develop a relationship with the farm family who c
an teach about gardening
* Supporting you local farmer ensures that farming will continue in your community








Clatter Valley Farm CSA

(203) 994-1285

Stand Location:   322 Kent Road, New Milford, Connecticut 06776 @ Scott's Landscaping & Nursery
Farm Location:   125 Town Farm Road, New Milford, Connecticut 06776
Mailing Address:  108 Squire Hill Road, New Milford, Connecticut 06776
ClatterValleyCSA@yahoo.com

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