Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)
CSAs are a way that customers can help support farmers' early in the season when income is low and expenses are at their highest. Our CSA is a flexible credit system in which customers select the amount of money they want to pay in the beginning of the season. We keep track of your balance at market as you shop for veggies throughout the season. You pick out what veggies you want and if you don't use your entire share, it rolls over to the following year. Sign up by May 1 and receive 10% of your share in market credit. For example, pay $100 and receive $110 worth of veggie credit.
To sign up, mail us a check with your name and the market you shop at. Or find us at winter market to pay with cash or check.
Maine Senior Farmshare
The Maine Senior Farmshare is a program through USDA that provides qualified seniors with $50 worth of veggies to use throughout the season. You can shop at any of our markets or farmstand, pick which veggies you want and when you want them.
To participate in this program, you must:
Be a Maine resident
Be 60 years old or older (55 years old or older for Native Americans)
Meet the 2021 Income Guidelines:
Maximum of $23,606/per year for a one-person household; or
Maximum of $31,894/per year for a two-person household
To sign up, first make sure you meet the above requirements. We receive authorization from USDA in April to start signing seniors up. Check back then for further instructions!
WIC is a supplemental nutrition program through USDA for women, infants and children. Our farm accepts WIC checks at market and at our farmstead. To find out if you qualify, visit Maine's WIC page here.
EBT/SNAP and Maine Harvest Bucks
We start our winter preorder in December when temperatures get too cold for the veggies to sit out at market. Join our email list here and we will send you updates and order forms when the preorder season arrives.