Welcome! The 2022 CSA Season is Open for Sign-Ups. Please note that we offer TWO pick-up locations and ask that you select one to be your primary spot. Also, if you are new to the CSA and only want to sign up for the 2022 season you can choose the “One Season Membership” option. Spring and Winter Shares are only available to Sustaining Members and are currently sold out.
2022 Summer/Fall memberships are still available.
Providence Pick-UP Sold Out. Shares Available in North Scituate.
General Details Listed Below For The Summer/Fall CSA (Read Longer Description Here)
Where and What Day? Pick-up will be held on Wednesdays at the Farm from 3pm-7pm (1012 Snake Hill Rd, N Scituate) and Thursdays from 2pm-7pm at Bell Street Chapel (5 Bell Street, Providence).
Please choose one day to be your assigned pickup day.
When? Pick-ups will begin in early June and run until late November for a total of 25 weeks.
What’s available? A wide assortment of vegetables are available (more than 40 crops and over 100 varieties). Eggs, Flowers, Mushrooms and Tea are also available upon purchase of a vegetable share.
How does it work? CSA pick-up is a Farmer’s Market set-up. Members “shop” at the pick-up, taking what they want from the stand. Some required weekly items and restrictions apply on a weekly basis.
What’s the Price? A full share is available for $800 and is sufficient for 3-6 people. Half-shares are available for $400, adequate for 1-3 people. Three-Quarter Shares are also available for $600 and feed 2-5 people. Work-shares are also available. EBT payments are accepted. If you consider yourself low income, please contact us and we can set-up a payment plan at a reduced rate.
How do I join? Sign up for the CSA
How do I pay? Send Checks for your vegetable share, made out to Big Train Farm, to 1012 Snake Hill Rd North Scituate RI 02857. Do not send payment for any other extra product shares. Checks for these items will be collected at the first pick-up. EBT (Electronic Benefit Transfers) are accepted, two week incremental payment beginning the first week of the CSA program.
What are the Extra Products?
Read about the extra products here