Why Join Our CSA

Save Money. Eat Clean. Feel Good.

Holcomb Farm is a Nonprofit CSA. CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture; and it is the best way to support your local farm, save money, improve your health, and liven up your dinners. CSA members pay wholesale prices before the season begins, giving us the ability to purchase seeds, maintain equipment, and hire staff (thank you!). In return, you enjoy a full season’s worth of healthy produce at a reduced cost.

Here at Holcomb Farm, you get the added benefit of belonging to a nonprofit CSA. Our mission is not revenue-driven. Our mission is to utilize this historic farm and serve our community. One way we do this is by providing $25,000 worth of fresh produce to food-insecure families and to families facing a health crisis each year. You can feel really good about supporting our farm. Learn more about our Fresh Access program here.

No Chemicals. No Pesticides.

Another benefit we offer (and this is a BIG one): We use no chemicals – not even organically approved ones – as we feel they are toxic to pollinators, plants and people. As a result, our vegetables are cleaner, more nutrient-dense, and, believe it or not, more tasty. There’s a reason some of the area’s best restaurants carry Holcomb Farm produce on their menus: they’re delicious!


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16 Responsesso far.

  1. Where are you located

  2. Kelley says:

    What is the cost per share, or half share for the upcoming 2018 season?

  3. Andrea Vanags says:

    Are half shares available for 3018

  4. Hi Kathy! We are located at 111 Simsbury Road in rural West Granby, Connecticut.

  5. Summer shares are $625 for a full share or $350 for a half share. You get a lot of veggies, flowers and herbs for your money. We hope you’ll join us!

  6. Hi Andrea…Yes! Half shares for the Summer 2018 season are $350 and are available in the pull-down menu under “A Nonprofit CSA” here on our website or by calling 860-844-8616. Hope to talk to you soon!

  7. Yeshiva says:

    What is the difference between the whole and half shares, aside from price?

  8. Sierra says:

    Hi, are you doing installment payment plans for shares again this year? If so, how do I register?

  9. Debra says:

    Is the 1/2 share CSA for 1/2 the season or for half the produce?? Thank you!!

  10. Jill says:

    Great question. The 1/2 shares are half the produce for the full 20 weeks.

  11. Helen says:

    Are there still shares available?

  12. Jill says:


  13. Debbie says:

    I am thinking of a half share. How much is generally included? Enough for a family of two? or four?

  14. Cyd & Tony says:

    When do the summer shares begin?

  15. Jill says:

    June 12th is the first day for on farm pickup. June 13th is the first day for box share deliveries. Thanks for checking.

  16. Jill says:

    If you don’t plan on sharing with friends/family I would imagine 1/2 share is plenty for a family of four.

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