Shares in Sport Hill Farm's Organic Summer CSA Now Available

CTbites Team

Shares in Sport Hill Farm's Organic Summer CSA Now Available ORGANIC SUMMER CSA are Now Available at Wakeman Town Farm!  

Interested in getting farm fresh produce while supporting our local farming community?

This is your chance to share in the local harvest from the verdant Easton fields of our favorite farm gal, Patti Popp. Many of you know already know and love Patti and her delicious, local organic produce from her stall at the Westport Farmers' Market. This is your chance to become a member in her organic, summer CSA program without having to drive up to Easton to retrieve your weekly goodies! Pick up your fresh-picked produce every Friday at Westport's Wakeman Town Farm. Register to Reserve Your Share! Deadline to register is March 31.

The Details:

Pickup is every Friday at Wakeman Town Farm 134 Cross Hwy, Westport 

Stop by WTF any time between the hours of 1:00p.m.­7:00p.m. to retrieve your bounty and see what's happening at the farm!

Start & End Dates

Sport Hill Farm organic CSA usually starts up the first week in June (weather depending) and runs 20 weeks from that point 'til about mid-October for a 21-week span. Patti will send you an email in June to welcome you, give you a preview of what veggies to expect and let you know the official start date. 

Cost for 21-week CSA (includes delivery fee & boxes) 


One-half of the cost ($300) is due with application to ensure a spot by March 30.

Final Payment needs to be received by May 1 in order to qualify for CSA.

Please make checks payable to Sport Hill Farm, 596 Sport Hill Road Easton, Connecticut 06612 

Register to Reserve Your Share! Deadline to register is March 31.
Shares fill fast and are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Click the blue link to register and to learn more about why CSAs are becoming so popular.
Sample Share (from last season):
CSA pick-up  Week 5:   (2) Heads Green Romain  (1) bag beet greens (1) Summer Squash (1) Zucchini   (1) bag broccoli  (1) head escarole  (1) bunch garlic scapes
CSA pick-up  Week 12:  ½ dz Sweet corn  (2) Summer squash  (1) eggplant  (1) cucumber  (2) sweet bell peppers  (1) pint cherry tomatoes (1) bunch swiss chard  (5) garlic bulbs

CSA Basics: Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) programs are partnerships between an individual farm and a community of supporters, providing a direct link between the production and consumption of food. CSA members make a commitment to support the farm throughout the season, and assume the risks and bounty of growing food along with the farmer or grower. Each CSA farm offers shares to the public for a fixed fee before the season begins. CSA members register and pay, then pick up their weekly shares at a pre-determined location on a set date and time

Please call 203-557-9195 or email us at 
Thank you for supporting small local farms! Together, we can change the food culture in our own backyards.