We're planning the fourth season of our popular CSA at The Smithy. The Smithy CSA gives members access to a wide variety of produce, herbs, mushrooms and flowers grown on our local farms (most of which follow organic practices), including Wild Carrot Farm, Arethusa Gardens, Earth's Palate, Deeply Rooted Farms, Ox Hollow Farm, Starberry Farm, Sloane Farm, Sunny Meadow Farm and others. 

Customers who purchase a large or small share can shop for local produce at a discount at their convenience, and support our local farms at a time when farmers need it most! Produce availability is updated on the homepage of our website weekly.  

The Smithy CSA offers two sizes for families large and small. The CSA provides shoppers with flexibility and convenience… pick up your produce at your convenience when you shop for all your locally sourced groceries and goods!

To sign up, simply scroll down and click on the sign up or come into the store and we’ll set up your CSA membership for you. We’ll keep your card on file for you, and provide your balance any time!


The Smithy CSA Program

Support the local economy and small sustainable farms by participating in our 2019 CSA
May through December

SHARE LEVELS

 $270 receives a $300 value (for a 10% discount)
$510 receives a $600 value (for a 15% discount)

 

OUR FARMS

Wild Carrot Farm of Bantam, CT
USDA Certified Organic

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Anderson Acres, Warren CT | Arethusa Gardens, Litchfield CT
Earth's Palate, Warren CT | NWCT Food Hub, CT Farms | Ox Hollow Farm, Roxbury CT
Sloane Farm, Washington CT | Sunny Meadow Farm, Bridgewater CT

 

Members enjoy a discount on a vast variety of fresh produce and cut flowers from May through December.

Purchases are deducted from your Smithy CSA shares card. 

Produce availability is updated on the website weekly.

Pick up your produce at your convenience when you shop for all your goods and groceries.

Call or email us to place an order and we’ll prepare your requests, or
come in to see what's fresh and choose what looks best to you!

Have questions?  Visit the CSA FAQ page or contact us.