The Walden Woods Project Farm is accepting new CSA members for the 2022 season!

(A CSA is a form of Community Supported Agriculture whereby a CSA member pays a flat fee for a specified “share” of produce that is received on a weekly basis throughout the growing season.)

The Walden Woods Project Farm:

…is a nonprofit, USDA certified organic farm in Concord, MA.

…supports The Walden Woods Project’s commitment to preserving local agriculture and reducing our carbon footprint through organic farming.

…funds from CSA memberships support conservation of the public lands and trails we steward in Walden Woods, located in Concord and Lincoln.

The Walden Woods Project Farm CSA:

…will run for 16 weeks from July-October.

…will fill CSA shares with organic vegetables fresh from the fields.

…can be purchased in a full share or half share. Full shares include enough vegetables per week for 4 average vegetable eaters, or 2 vegetable aficionados. Half shares include enough vegetables per week for 2 average vegetable eaters. The farm stand will be open on pick up/delivery days if shareholders wish to purchase fruits and dry goods to add to their share.

…can be delivered to residents of Concord or Lincoln for a delivery fee of $10 a week. Our apologies to residents of surrounding towns, however we do not have the capability to deliver to other towns at this time. If you would like your share to be delivered, please select a delivery option below! Customers will pay the entirety of their delivery fees for the season when purchasing their share.

…will include a weekly CSA electronic newsletter to let you know what to expect in your share.

To purchase a share, click on your choice below:

Frequently Asked Questions…

What is a CSA?

CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture. This has become a popular way for customers to purchase fresh produce directly from local farms. The farm share signs the customer up for a weekly allotment of the farm’s harvest over the designated season. Our season will run for 16 weeks from July – October.

What makes The Walden Woods Project Farm’s CSA different?

The Walden Woods Project Farm is a small, organic vegetable farm located on Route 2 eastbound in Concord, MA. We are the only organic farm CSA in the area offering delivery to Concord and Lincoln residents! All sales proceeds from The Walden Woods Project Farm directly support our nonprofit organization’s conservation and agricultural mission.

What can I expect in my share?

Each week, your share will include farm fresh, organic vegetables grown at The Walden Woods Project Farm. Your weekly share will vary depending on what is available at that point in the season. Each week, you will receive an email letting you know what will be in your share that week.

How does delivery work?

Weekly deliveries will occur on Thursdays. After purchasing your share, we will be in touch with you to select your delivery time slot. Your share will be delivered during this time slot, weekly.

How does pick up work?

Weekly pick ups will occur on Thursdays. During pick up, shareholders may purchase items from The Walden Woods Project farm stand to add to their share.

What if I am on vacation?

If you are a delivery shareholder, you can designate your share to a friend or family member in Concord or Lincoln, MA. Your share will be delivered to your designee. If you are a pick up shareholder, you may also designate your share to a friend or family member. They can come to the farm stand and pick up your share while you are away.

Comments from 2021 CSA Participants:

“The Walden Woods CSA was incredible! Great variety of lots of different fresh veggies. Very knowledgeable staff. An excellent experience overall! A great reason to eat locally & be inspired by Walden Woods!”

“The best vegetables, organic and local, that I have ever tasted. The farmers are really nice.”

“The Walden Woods Project has created a mini Eden of organic vegetables and flowers on an unlikely spot of land along Route 2 in Concord. Their new CSA allows you to support this great cause while enjoying the bounty of these fields’ delicious fruits and vegetables.”