Chestnut Hill Farm CSA

Chestnut Hill Farm

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Farm Stand
Farm stand is closed until mid-May.
2-6PM on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays, and 9AM-2PM on Saturdays
Our own veggies and honey, plus other great local products!
7 Chestnut Hill Road, Southborough MA 01772

Chestnut Hill Farm in Southborough, Massachusetts continues to expand on its farming heritage, building on its roots as a long-time dairy farm as it becomes a food resource for the community through its Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program and public farmstand. Want to eat clean? A CSA is a great way to do it.

Chestnut Hill Farms’ Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program is a 20-week CSA beginning in mid-June and running through October. Our market-style CSA allows participants to pick and choose from each week’s harvest, selecting a variety of vegetables of their own preference and comfortably filling  either a small or large basket. We will occasionally limit some items as needed in order to have enough for all CSA members. We have two share sizes to choose from: our large share is meant to provide a week’s worth of vegetables for 4-6 people and our small share is meant for 2-4 people. Our ‘take what you want, leave what you don’t’ approach makes for less waste and for more satisfied customers. Less waste also means more for members of our community that benefit from our weekly donations of fresh produce to the Southborough Food Pantry and other local non-profits.

We grow more than 40 varieties of vegetables, fruits, and herbs, including plenty of favorites such as carrots, potatoes, tomatoes, lettuce, cucumbers and peas. Learn more about what we grow >

Our CSA members also have access to our Pick Your Own gardens. As part of a CSA share, members may pick a weekly bouquet of flowers, peas, chili peppers, green and wax beans, cherry tomatoes, and more, depending on what is in season. In 2018, construction of our new Pavilion (with bathrooms) will limit access to certain PYO fields and we will be using additional spaces in adjacent fields to compensate for this.

Our small, rustic farmstand is open to the public seasonally starting in June and continuing through the fall. Items for sale include our own vegetables and honey, tomato puree along with other locally produced items such as jams, cheeses, eggs, humanely raised meats and more.

There will be meet the farmer opportunities on first Saturdays from June through October, running from 10AM-2PM. Watch our signs along the road for more information.

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Desiree Robertson-DuBois, the Chestnut Hill Farm Manager, oversees all aspects of the farm operations, supports community outreach and farm program development, and manages the seasonal farm staff. A graduate of Hampshire College in Amherst, MA, Desiree started vegetable farming in 1997 at the Hampshire College Farm Center. Since then, she has shared her passion for growing fresh and healthy produce through her work with a variety of farms in Massachusetts, including Simple Gifts Farm, Crabapple Farm and Holiday Brook Farm. Throughout her career, she has mentored young farmers starting their own farms and CSA programs and has successfully managed farmstands, farmers’ markets, and wholesale accounts. Inspired by her love for food, Desiree has also helped develop youth farm programs and children’s gardens.

“The Southborough community has a deep history of agriculture and has shown a true dedication to preserving farmland and open space,” says Desiree.  “I am excited to share my passion for involving community members in farming and locally grown food here at Chestnut Hill Farm. Together, we can help create a regional, sustainable food supply, support the local economy, and preserve farmland and farming traditions in Southborough and beyond.”

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