79We would love to welcome you and your family to enjoy a share in our harvest season, which runs for 22 weeks, from June through October. Once you join our CSA, you may come to the farm weekly to fill your Natural Roots tote bag with your selection of freshly picked and washed vegetables. We also offer Part-Time Shares, by which folks can come any 10 weeks out of the season, as well as Gift Cards, which can be pre-loaded to use toward vegetable purchases and other items in our farm store, giving the shopper even more flexibility as far as amounts and timing.

Distribution hours are:

Tuesdays 3:00-6:30pm

Friday's 3:00-6:30pm

Please see the Main Season page for many more details on what the CSA share options at Natural Roots entail.

2021 Main Season Shares have SOLD OUT - Sign up for our Newsletters to be notified when 2022 sign-ups open in the fall.


  • Regular Main Season Shares are $575 (Low-Income $460)
  • Large Main Season Shares are $750 (Low-Income $600)
  • Part-time 10 Week Main Season Shares are $325 (Low-Income $260)
  • Full Winter Shares are $260 (Low income $210)
  • Half Winter Shares are $140 (Low income $115)

Our low income shares are funded by donations to our farm share fund, and SNAP payments can be used for payment. These shares are limited in availability based on the donations we receive to subsidize the cost of the shares. If you would like to apply for a low income share, please indicate this when you sign up and we will provide you with the applicaton to apply for one!

Natural Roots Gift Cards are also available, which may be purchased during CSA open hours and may be used for vegetables as well as other shop items. This option is perfect for single households who might not need a full bag of vegetables each week. 

A $100 deposit is required on most shares, or a $50 deposit for low-income applicants. 


"Your farm is beautiful in every way. From the idyllic setting to the spectacular views; the animals; the gorgeous produce, of course; and most of all, the deep integrity of your intention."
-Diana Allen (Montague Center)