Membership Options

Share Sizes and Pick up Options

We offer the following options during the Growing Season (21 weeks from late May through October).

Our recommendations for share size are based on feedback from members. However, household consumption of vegetables varies — some one-person households use more vegetables than some four-person households — so use your judgement about which size is right for you. About 70% of our member households opt for a full share.

Full Share


21 weeks

Recommended for:
2 adults or a family with young children

Double Share


21 weeks

Recommended for:
Large families or those on a largely vegetable diet

Half Share


21 weeks

Recommended for:
One person. Includes very small quantities of every crop that we harvest.

On-farm or Downtown Veggie Pick up

Members come to the farm or to the Works Bakery Cafe in Brattleboro once per week during CSA pick-up hours to get a share of the produce. Pick-your-own is available at the farm on any day when it is not raining. At the farm we can hold shares after hours or until the following day for members who run late. At the Works Bakery Cafe members must pick up during scheduled times because the restaurant is not responsible for storing CSA shares after those hours.

Special thanks to The Works Bakery Café for making this possible.

We also offer a working member discount and subsidized shares for low-income families through the NOFA-VT Farmshare program. To apply, go to:

At the Farm

111 Dutton Farm Rd., Dummerston, VT

  • Pick-your-own (any day it's not raining).
  • We can hold shares after hours or until the following day for members who run late.
  • Choice of pickup days and times: Monday 3:30-6 or Thursday 3:30-6

The Works Café

118 Main St., Brattleboro, VT

  • Convenient Brattleboro location.
  • Pick-your-own available at the Farm.
  • Pickup day: Wednesdays 3:30-6:00
"We want local organic vegetables. We want to keep our food dollars in the local economy."
Delicious carrots, ready for pickup
Jim and Annette Cappy
CSA Members
"We love the experience of being connected to our food's 'roots'."
Ann Braden
CSA Member