Crimson and Clover Farm

215 Spring Street
Florence, MA 01062
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215 Spring Street Florence MA 01062
Wholesale: Wholesale
Contact: Jen Smith & Nate Frigard
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About

Crimson & Clover Farm is a community-based farm located on the beautiful Northampton Community Farm in Florence, Massachusetts. We grow a wide variety of high quality fresh vegetables, fruits and flowers for a Community Supported Agriculture program and for the Tuesday and Saturday markets in Northampton.

We offer two CSA share sizes available for pick up at the farm. All CSA members will receive a variety of fresh, delicious vegetables grown using only organic methods through our 20 week season beginning in June and running through late October. Share pick-up is available on the farm Tuesday 2:30-6:30, Thursday 2:30-6:30, or Saturday from 10-2. Crimson and Clover Farm also partners with Grow Food Northampton to offer subsidized CSA SNAP Shares. If you have SNAP benefits you can apply them to a season’s worth of fresh, local fruits and vegetables AND have their value doubled!

What We Grow

Vegetables

Tomatoes

Our Customers

Farmers' Markets

Community Supported Agriculture

Summer, Fall
Tuesday pickup:

Spring Street
Florence, MA 01062

Call: (413) 570-0337
E-mail: farmers@crimsonandcloverfarm.com
CSA Manager(s): Jen Smith & Nate Frigard
See full CSA details in our farm description.

Summer, Fall
Thursday pickup:

Spring Street
Florence, MA 01062

Call: (413) 570-0337
E-mail: farmers@crimsonandcloverfarm.com
CSA Manager(s): Jen Smith & Nate Frigard
See full CSA details in our farm description.

Summer, Fall
Saturday pickup:

Spring Street
Florence, MA 01062

Call: (413) 570-0337
E-mail: farmers@crimsonandcloverfarm.com
CSA Manager(s): Jen Smith & Nate Frigard
See full CSA details in our farm description.

 

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