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Brookwood Community Farm strives to restore underutilized farmland for agricultural purposes, while maintaining and cultivating the ecological richness and diversity of the land. The farm is committed to involving local communities through a Community Supported Agriculture program, educational, volunteer and employment opportunities. The farm is helping ensure that all individuals have access to healthy, fresh and affordable foods through the development of new markets in under-served communities and through relationships with local hunger relief organizations.
salad mix, broccoli, lettuce, chard, kale, arugula, garlic scapes, basil, baby beets, peas, cilantro, radishes, bok choy, tomatoes, green beans, eggplant, cherry tomatoes, potatoes, peppers, watermelons, wide range of herbs, popcorn, winter squash, spinach, carrots, more greens, beets, brussel sprouts, cabbage, collards, onions and potatoes, other roots, many other vegetables, flowers, honey, maple syrup, dried beans, and more.
Members will be alerted to PYO opportunities during their regular pickup time.
Roslindale Farmers Market. The market is open from 9:00 am to 1:30 pm every Saturday, rain or shine, from June through November in Adams Park. The first day of the Farmers Market is always the first Saturday of June.
Contact [email protected] Primarily to local restaurants.
TBD in 2019 (approximately 2 days/week, 1 weekday, 1 weekend day, during CSA pickup)
Runs late May through mid November annually with pickup on farm. Signups begin in January and require farm membership. Half shares available but members encouraged to manage splitting a full share with another person. Additional fruit shares available for purchase.