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  • Summer, Fall
    Every day pickup:
    1236 Florence Road
    Northampton, MA 01062
    Call: (413) 586-5755
    E-mail: greenstreatcsa@gmail.com
    CSA Manager(s): John Sielski & Jim Dozmati
    May to November
    Pick up 7 days a week

Greens Treat CSA in Northampton, MA


Greens Treat CSA is run by John Sielski & Jim Dozmati.
1236 Florence Road
Northampton, MA

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3 miles from Florence, MA 01062
(413) 586-5755 preferred

E-mail greenstreatcsa@gmail.com
A little about Greens Treat CSA
Greens Treat is the former organic gardens of Green Street Cafe (1991-2012). We continue producing food with the same hand tools used by John's parents and grandparents on their respective Whately farms. One of the smallest CSA farms we offer one of the largest variety of herbs, flowers, vegetables and fruit with an individualized service for people wanting the highest quality produce - conveniently. Pick-up is available 7 days a week and easily rescheduled (10 AM email). Produce is pre-selected, washed and bagged with your name. Herbs and cut flowers are offered "buffet style". Pick-up is simple and quick which means it is easily assignable to anyone anytime. The prices are for a long (25) week season. It begins in May and ends in November.

Small Share: (Single person household) $350 ($14/wk)
Medium Share: (Two person household) $550($22/wk)
Large Share: (feeds more or allows for preserving)
$650 ($26/wk)

If you would like more information, a tour, or to reserve a share, please email or telephone. Thank you for your consideration.

Bon Appetite,
John and Jim

Fruit

Vegetables

Herbs

BasilChervilChivesCilantroDillMarjoramMintOreganoParsleySageTarragonThyme

Nursery + Flowers

Bold foods are in season now according to our Harvest Calendar. Call to find out exact availability. Every farm and every season are unique. Most farms are also residences. Unless Farmstand or Pick Your Own hours are noted, please be respectful and call ahead before going to the farm.

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