Trustees of Reservations Offer Late Season Farm Shares at Moraine Farm in Beverly

Contact Information

Gretta Anderson
CSA Manager, Moraine Farm
ganderson@ttor.org
978.969.1738

Media Inquiries Only:
Kristi Perry
Public Relations Manager
781.784.0567 x7003
kperry@ttor.org

Beverly, MAJuly 19th, 2011 – The Trustees of Reservations (The Trustees) today announced the latest offering from their Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program at Moraine Farm: the Late Season Farm Share. Late-season farm shares include 13 weeks of fresh, locally grown veggies beginning the first week of August and running through the month of October. Veggies to be expected in the share include broccoli, beets, Brussel sprouts, carrots, cucumbers, eggplant, herbs, onions, leeks, potatoes, summer squash, tomatoes, winter squash, watermelon, and much more! Pick your own cherry tomatoes, husk cherries, and tomatillos. Shareholders can choose to pick up their share on Monday, Wednesday, or Friday between the hours of 2PM and 7PM at the farm, located at 735 Cabot Street, Beverly. Full shares cost $300 for Trustees members and $350 for Trustees non members (which includes a family level membership, a $67 value). For more information visit our website at www.thetrustees.org/morainefarm where you can read more about the farm, the CSA, and sign up online. Registration for the Late Season Share ends July 27th so sign up now!

More about The Trustees of Reservations
The Trustees are 100,000 members like you who love the outdoors and the distinctive charms of New England, and believe in celebrating and protecting them for current and future generations. Founded by open space visionary Charles Eliot in 1891, The Trustees “hold in trust,” and care for, 105 spectacular “reservations” located on more than 26,000 acres in 75 communities throughout Massachusetts. All Trustees reservations are open for the public to enjoy and range from working farms and historic homesteads – several of which are National Historic Landmarks – to formal gardens, barrier beaches, open meadows, woodland trails, and mountain vistas.