Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)

Every season, ReVision Urban Farm distributes produce each season to members of our Farm Share/Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program in the greater-Boston area. Individuals and families who wish to purchase a CSA are encouraged to sign-up each spring before the harvest season begins.

We are now accepting members for our 2020 growing season at the $550 Full Share or $200 Franklin Field Share (Available to low-income families living in Dorchester and Mattapan) Levels. Payment plans are available. Deposits are due by April 17. Payment plan installments are due April 17, June 5, and July 3.

Please click here to download a PDF of our 2019 CSA application or here to order online.

Deliveries are made on Wednesday afternoons to our Blue Hill Avenue Farm Stand and on Saturday to Roslindale Farmer’s Market. A share is about a week’s worth of vegetables for 4-5 people who also eat meat, and 2-3 people who are vegetarian.

Our 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. We distribute food for 18 weeks from mid-June to October. Payment plans and low-income rates are available.