Make the Farm Part of Your Maine Summer Experience.
Each week you can choose what goes into your share. Don't need spinach this week? Choose something else from our diverse number of items available. Each week has different offerings so you can decide how much adventure to put into your weekly menu.
Over Fifty Vegetable Crops
Our produce is harvested fresh and washed, ready for you to bring home and enjoy. In our short growing season we strive to bring as much diversity and quantity to your weekly share. Here's what we grow and when it's available.
Know Your Farmer
Our CSA members are connected to where their food is grown and the people who grow it. We are available each week to answer questions about different varieties or growing practices, troubleshoot cooking trials, or share our favorite meals of the week. In turn, because we know where our food is going, it strengthens our commitment to providing the best quality products and experience.
The Upic garden is almost an acre of flowers, herbs, cherry tomatoes, strawberries, edamame, and more. Available with your share each week, come pick a flower bouquet, discover a new culinary herb, or snack your way through the snap beans. "my favorite thing about coming to the farm"
Add-on great local products
We partner with farmer friends to bring you yogurt, pastured eggs, wild mushrooms and more that make your CSA experience even richer. These products are outstanding and most not available locally. More information here.
Work Wednesdays. Ever wonder what a morning on a working farm is like? Volunteer with us any Wednesday May-September from 8-1 pm. Contact us to RSVP.Member potluck. Sunday September 15 -detail the summer.Labor on Labor Day! Join us to harvest our potato crop.Farm-to-table Dinners. Fresh produce, outstanding chefs, wine and dessert, how can you go wrong -events dates TBD.
- $565 for 22 weeks
- Weekly pick-up at the farm Tuesday or Friday 2-7 pm
- 6-18 lbs produce each week
- Upic field access included with your share
- Payment plans available with deposit