Vegetable CSA


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We grow a wide variety of certified organic vegetables and berries, including, but not limited to: asparagus, arugula, broccoli, brussels sprouts, blueberries, blackberries, beets, beans, bok choy, cabbage, cherry tomatoes, chinese cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, celery, celeriac, cilantro, corn, cucumbers, dill, eggplant, ginger, garlic, kale, leeks, lettuce, lettuce mix, melons, onions, potatoes, parsnips, parsley, peppers, radishes, sweet potatoes, swiss chard, salad mix, scallions, shallots, spinach, summer squash, strawberries, turnips, tomatoes, winter squash, zucchini, & more!

Sign up for our vegetable CSA and pick up at one of the following locations:

  • Keene Farmers Market: Tuesday 4-7pm or Saturday 9-1pm (Market Style)
  • Farm stand located at 188 Upper Walpole Road in Walpole: Traditional box style pick up on Thursday afternoon
  • Four Winds Farm in Peterborough: Traditional box style pick up on Thursday afternoon

Market Style (Keene Farmers Market): Pick out what you’d like each week at the Keene Farmers Market. Market style pick ups are available for 26 weeks (May – October). Once you’ve utilized all of your credit, you receive a 20% – 25% discount on all future sales for the remainder of that season.

Traditional CSA (Walpole Farm Stand & Four Winds Farm) receive 17 weeks (May, June, July, & August) of fresh, seasonal, organic produce boxed and ready for pick up. Choose your pick up location when signing up.


HALF $325 // FULL $650

Send payment via check or cash through mail, or pay via credit card below. Please note there is a 3% service charge for credit card payments.

Mail payments to:

Abenaki Springs Farm, 188 Upper Walpole Road, Walpole NH 03608

Half Share

2021 Summer Produce Half Share. Perfect for the individual who wants to try our CSA. $335 includes the 3% processing fee.


Full Share

2021 Summer Produce Full Share. Perfect for a single vegetable lover or a family household. $670 includes the 3% processing fee.


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