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Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)
Victory Program’s ReVision Urban Farm in Dorchester and the Massachusetts Audubon Society’s Drumlin Farm in Lincoln are partners in the ReVision Urban Farm Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) project.

This collaboration creates an urban-suburban agricultural link, increasing our farms’ capacity to distribute fresh, locally grown, organic produce to individuals living throughout the greater Boston area.  We are committed to providing high quality, nutritious vegetables to all, regardless of one’s ability to pay

Where are the vegetables grown?
ReVision Urban Farm

ReVision Urban Farm and Shelter are part of the Boston-based Victory Programs, Inc.  Located in Dorchester, ReVision was founded in 1989 as a shelter for homeless, pregnant and parenting young mothers and their children.  With the conversion of three vacant lots into sustainable growing spaces, and the construction of three solar greenhouses, shelter residents and staff grow vegetables, herbs, and fruits on one acre of land.  The farm provides healthy organic produce for 22 families living in the shelter and for the local community.  The farm also provides job-training skills to young, homeless mothers. In 2005, ReVision merged with Victory Programs, a Boston-based non-profit organization that provides shelter and services to individuals and families in need.

Drumlin Farm
Drumlin Farm is a nonprofit, educational farm and wildlife sanctuary, owned and operated by the Massachusetts Audubon Society.  In addition to providing a wide range of educational opportunities for children and adults, the farm raises fifteen acres of fruit, vegetables, and cover crop, as well as a wide variety of livestock.  Through the use of organic practices, the farm demonstrates sustainable land stewardship and conservation.  Visit us at www.massaudubon.org

Become a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) member.
The CSA operates by selling shares of our farms’ harvest to families and organizations that commit to supporting us for the full length of the growing season.  You, the CSA member, pay in advance for a season's worth of fresh, sustainable grown produce.  We, the farmers, have a secure market before the season even begins and can therefore focus on growing great crops.  In other words, you buy a little piece of the farm for the growing season, and in return receive a weekly “share” of fresh, local, organic produce!

CSA 2010 Brochure Order Form

Thank you for  your interest!  

 

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