22 weeks of produce from June through November
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is an innovative way to connect consumer and grower, each making a commitment to the other.
As a member, you purchase a share in the harvest in advance of the harvest. We, in turn, commit to growing a variety of vegetables for weekly delivery. From the end of June through mid November you will be provided with freshly harvested produce from our farm. The produce will vary from week to week and month to month depending on the season.
We have 7 pick-up locations for 2018
Chatham: Chatham at Farmers Market, RR Plaza South off Fairmount Avenue on Saturday
High Bridge: High Bridge Farmers’ Market & Grocery, 20 Main Street, Friday & Saturday
Maplewood: The Ethical Culture Society, 516 Prospect Street, Tuesday
Morristown: Morristown Unitarian Fellowship, 21 Normandy Heights Road, Tuesday
Montville: Pinebrook Jewish Center, 74 Changebridge Road, Tuesday
Mount Olive/Hackettstown (at the farm): 69 Stephens State Park Road, Friday
Secaucus: Secaucus Recreation Center, 1200 Koelle Blvd., Tuesday
When you fill out our Community Farm Agreement you will choose the pick up site you want.
The grower is committed to the best of her ability to provide high-quality produce, yet there are risks in agriculture which need to be shared by the whole community and may be reflected in the yields of certain crops. Each growing season offers its own challenges and conditions that are sometimes beyond the control of the farmer. Our goal is to grow diverse and abundant produce to meet the needs of our CSA members.
An Open Invitation
We invite you to volunteer and visit the farm throughout the season. As a Community Supported Agriculture Farm we rely on the support of the community through the volunteer efforts of our members and friends. The success of School Lunch Organic Farm has truly been achieved with the support of many volunteers helping us bring healthy produce to our community. We hope that throughout the season you will take the time to visit the farm and volunteer if you are able. There will be several farm gatherings to bring us together as a community. A weekly blog as well our Facebook page and Twitter will help to keep us in touch.