Sun Moon Farm is an intentionally small CSA vegetable farm in Rindge, NH. We are now accepting members for our 8th season!
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a model for connecting a community of people to the food they eat, the people that grow it, and to each other. Farmers and members share the risk and rewards of a growing season, celebrating the cycle from seed to table—we focus on growing the food and you can focus on enjoying it! Sun Moon Farm offers weekly shares of our harvest from mid-June through October to members who pay a set amount at the beginning of the season.
With this annual fee, CSA members not only buy delicious, healthy food, but also assert their power as consumers to maintain a local economy, support ecologically-responsible agricultural practices, foster rich community connections, and strengthen the viability of small-scale farming as a vocation.
Each week we offer a diverse and seasonally changing selection of our produce. Eating locally and in season brings us in touch with the abundance and adventure of possible boom and bust years for different crops, the specialness of peak-season flavors, an the unique challenges and charms of cooking appropriately for our region. Our shares offer a balance mix of salad and cooking greens, roots, herbs, and other vegetables, sometimes fruit, and often cut flowers.
Our gardens and trees are never chemically sprayed. They are maintained with manure from our animals, rotational planting, cover crops, and rest when appropriate. It is food that we feel good about, food we are proud to offer.
Members are also welcomed to deepen their community experience of CSA by visiting us at our weekly potluck dinners, or joining us in the garden for a work project.
What’s in a share?
Each week, we harvest a balanced mix of greens, roots, herbs, alliums, and other vegetables, occasionally fruit, and sometimes flowers. A share should provide the foundation for a couple of good meals for a small household. In addition to weekly vegetables and herbs, we are usually able to offer a few gallons of pear/apple cider, a good variety of cut dahlia flowers, and sometimes granola, sprouts, or sauerkraut.
Our gardens and trees are never sprayed and are maintained with manure from our animals, rotational planting, cover crops, and rest when appropriate. It is food we feel good about, food we are proud to offer.
Place and Price:
We strive to maintain a fair price that accurately reflects the real cost of the food that we grow–and at the prices we’ve set , we feel good about the value we will deliver to our members. We offer the option of paying the full price now or reserving your share with a $150 deposit and paying the remainder at or before the first pickup in June.
Local Shares $500
Local Shares can be picked up at our barn in Rindge, NH on Wednesday afternoons. Shares are usually ready by 3 pm and are available until 7pm.
Bread Shares $95
Megan wakes very early to bake fresh bread on both pickup days. Local and City customers can purchase a bread share for $95.