CSA waitlist – open

Thank you for your interest in Fort Hill Farm CSA!  Shares still available for Spring 2018!

Please note we have changed the format of our CSA to a Harvest Card system!        Come to any of the three weekly distributions at the farm and select the veggies you like, on the days that suit you.  When you purchase a $300, $600, or $800 CSA Harvest Card in the winter you automatically receive an up to 14% discount on our farm stand prices.  Pick Your Own crops like strawberries, fresh herbs, cut flowers, and green beans are also available for sale, in season.  Each week we put out a newsletter telling you what’s available at the farm.  Skip a week, come twice in a week, or use your CSA Harvest Card at the New Milford Farmers Market.   A flexible share of fresh, quality, local, organic veggies!

Our CSA program boasts a colorful, nutritious variety of produce.

Our CSA program boasts a colorful, nutritious variety of produce.

Use this FORM to add your name to our wait list. All CSA shares are picked up at the farm in New Milford or the New Milford Farmers Market.  Full details on the share will be emailed to you when your name comes up.  Shares still available for spring 2018!

You only need to add your name to this list once, and we will contact you when a share becomes available, which you may accept or decline.

CLICK HERE FOR CSA WAITING LIST ENROLLMENT FORM

Please visit us at the New Milford, Westport, and Black Rock Farmers markets, and drop by Fort Hill Farm for our Farm Stand on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 2:30 to 6:30 pm, when we are open to all!

Please note that not all Connecticut farms offering CSA programs use organic growing practices, and you should ask the farmer of any CSA you are considering to describe their growing system.

Want to see more organic farms in Connecticut?  The primary limiting factor to getting more organic CSA farms and more organic local produce is that new farmers have a difficult time renting or owning high quality land (flat, fertile, stone free, well drained, and loamy) due to extremely high land costs and rapid development of Connecticut farm fields. There are organizations that are working to preserve Connecticut farmland, please go to www.workinglandsalliance.org to find out more.

Thank you for your support of local, organic farmers!