Farms & Food

Chestnut Hill Farm CSA

Chestnut Hill Farm CSA

Chestnut Hill’s Community Supported Agriculture

Chestnut Hill Farm in Southborough, Massachusetts continues to expand on its farming heritage, building on its roots as a long-time dairy farm as it becomes a food resource for the community through its Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program and public farmstand.

Meat CSA

Launched in 2016, the Trustees meat CSA runs from fall to spring and offers sustainably-raised, grass-fed and pastured meats from Trustees farms. Meat CSA shares include beef, pork, chicken, and lamb, as well as an add-on option for eggs. This share totals 45lbs of Trustees Grown, 100% grass-fed beef and lamb, pastured pork and chicken, and goat by request. There is one pickup per month.

Vegetable CSA

Chestnut Hill Farms’ Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program lasts 20 weeks and begins in mid-June and runs through October. We grow more than 40 varieties of vegetables, fruits, and herbs, including plenty of favorites such as carrots, potatoes, tomatoes, lettuce, cucumbers and peas. Choose between a large share (a week’s worth of veggies for 4-6 people) or a small share (meant for 2-4).

Our market-style CSA allows participants to pick and choose from each week’s harvest, selecting a variety of vegetables of their own preference and comfortably filling either a small or large basket. Our “take what you want, leave what you don’t” approach decreases waste. Any fresh, leftover produce is donated to the Southborough Food Pantry and other local non-profits.

Pick-your-own crops are available throughout the season and include peas, chili peppers, green and wax beans, cherry tomatoes, flowers, and more, depending on what is in season.