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Yellow Stonehouse farm is a 80-acre property located near the Westfield/Southampton town line. The Manhan River divides the farm creating a beautiful environment for growing vegetables and flowers, while living harmoniously with the wildlife. They will be cultivating 17 acres of vegetables and flowers for CSA shareholders using organic farming practice that cover the entire growing season. They now have SNAP/HIP CSA membership available! Please contact Connie at the farm for more information.
A limited number of shares are available starting at $275 to $650 for a full share covering the season of early June through October with a payment plan available. There are also a Harvest share that starts in September and lasts into February for returning students and teachers, and a Winter Share that starts in November and goes into February. All full shares include seasonal pick your own garden access, including seasonal vegetables, cutting flowers, herbs and berries. Members are encouraged to use picnic areas located alongside the Manhan River (in season by appointment). Yellow Stonehouse Farm grows an abundant and wide variety of crops.
Yellow Stonehouse Farm has over 60 acres of meadows, woods, fields and vernal pools that members are encouraged to explore. Populated by a diverse range of wildlife including many birds, beavers, deer, otters, the occasional bear, bob-cat and moose members have many opportunities to enjoy a beautiful natural and unspoiled habitat.
Please sign this Pledge after you have read it thoroughly and return it with the requested information. If you have any questions about membership or the farm, please feel free to call John or Connie at the farm 413 562-2164 or email email@example.com
Joining Yellow Stonehouse Farm
Becoming a CSA member of YSF enables local community members to “share in the harvest” by enrolling as a member before the harvest and paying an up-front fee that covers annual expenses such as seed, plants, compost, fences, high tunnels, and trellises. In return, members enjoy a share of fresh locally grown organic produce and additional Pick-Your-Own (PYO) vegetables, flowers and herbs that are available. Yellow Stonehouse Farm shareholders become partners with the farmer in growing food for the community.
SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE: At Yellow Stonehouse Farm we are committed to growing food in ways that care for and protect the total ecosystem: its flora and fauna, cropland, hedgerows, woods, rivers, and streams. We care for all aspects of the farm and the species, some endangered, that live on it. Through balanced crop rotations, strict composting and cover cropping, we can preserve and protect important land for future generations. We do not spray chemical fertilizers, herbicides, or insecticides, and use sustainable organic practices as required for Organic Certification by the United States Department of Agriculture.