Welcome to New Field Farm’s online market CSA
NEW CROP HAWAIIAN BABY GINGER Now available at the farm $12/LB.
Call 603-878-2063 or email email@example.com
Here you can join our online market CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) and order fresh vegetables and blueberries, grown on our farm at 258 Cutter Road in Temple, New Hampshire. What’s different about our CSA? Instead of us deciding what you get each week, members order the item and the amount they want from the list of what’s available. You choose, not us.
Your order can be picked up at the farm on Fridays beginning at 4:30 or at the Union Mill in Peterborough from 5 to 8, also on Fridays. Our season runs from mid-late June to the end of October/early November.
For the details on JOINING OUR CSA and OPENING AN ACCOUNT and other matters please click on the Q’s and A’s. For some information about our farm go to Our Growers.
We’ve been using organic methods since we began and are longtime members of NOFA (Northeast Organic Farming Association).
Here’s a full list of what we plan to grow this year, nature willing: fresh ginger, four kinds of lettuce, salad mix, greenhouse tomatoes, field tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, carrots, three varieties of beets, five varieties of potatoes, garlic, three varieties of onions, scallions, leeks, zucchini, golden zucchini, cousa (a mid-eastern summer squash), cucumbers, rainbow chard, spinach, basil, parsley, arugula, broccoli, red and green cabbage, cauliflower, celeriac, kale, shell peas, snap peas, green beans, baby bok choy, and blueberries.
For more information please call 878-2063 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
For ordering please click on The Market.
THIS FARMING SEASON IS DEDICATED TO BILL BECKWITH OF SCHOOLHOUSE FARM IN WARREN, MAINE. IT WAS ON HIS AND MY SISTER’S FARM IN CONNECTICUT, AND THEN IN THE MID-70S AT THEIR FARM IN MAINE, THAT I LEARNED TO LOVE WORKING OUTDOORS, GROWING CROPS, AND BEING ON A FARM. BILL WAS A COMPLICATED, COMPELLING PERSON AND I’M GRATEFUL TO HAVE KNOWN AND WORKED WITH HIM. AFTER A LIFETIME OF HARD WORK, AND IN RECENT MONTHS BRAVELY FACING CANCER, MAY HE TRULY REST, AND IN PEACE.