Mill City Grows CSA Farm Share Program

Receive fresh, seasonal produce all season long through the Mill City Grows CSA Farm Share Program!

What is a CSA?

CSA stands for Community Suppored Agriculture. When you join a CSA Farm Share Program, you purchase a “share” — or portion — of a farmer’s crops in advance. Doing this provides up-front financial support to the farmer who is growing your food and guarantees you a share of the fresh crops he/she is growing. A Mill City Grows CSA is a mix of our own crops and crops grown by our local partner farms and farmers.

How do I receive my CSA Farm Share?

You can pick up your CSA at Mill City Grows Headquarters in Lowell, MA, or you can pay a little extra for Mill City Grows to deliver it right to your door. We deliver to Lowell, Dracut, Tewksbury, and Tyngsboro.

Can I use my SNAP/EBT to pay for my CSA?

Yes you can! Get money back on your EBT card each month when you sign up to receive our CSA Farm Share. To learn more, please contact James Tierney at James[at]millcitygrows[dot]org or call 978-455-2620.

For more information on the Mill City Grows CSA Farm Share Program, please contact James Tierney at james[at]millcitygrows[dot]org. You may also call or text James at 508-251-9044.

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