General Info

The Vegetable Share is the main product offered each season. Specialty shares may vary from season to season depending on what the farms and businesses are offering.

All shares and Lewis Waite are available a la carte style–you don’t have to have a veggie share to order other options. Because of the limited number offered by the farm each season, shares may sell out.

Pick-ups are Thursdays from 5-8pm at Sunnyside Community Services.

A summary of each share is listed below, or check out the Vegetable & Fruit Shares page, or the Special Products page to find more detailed info, or to check for current open sign-ups.

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Vegetables & Fruit

We host the first signup event of the year at the Open House (usually in February) at Sunnyside Community Services. This is for the main Summer + Fall season. Join our email newsletter to be the first to know about the open house to get first dibs on sign-ups.

Any unsold shares are open on a first-come, first-serve basis through our online sign-up links after the event.


Special Products

We also have monthly Special Product shares available through the seasons. We currently offer fish, beer, kombucha, apple cider and soap. These shares are available to anybody, even if you don’t have a vegetable share.


Additional Local Products

The Lewis Waite Farm Network gives access to a cooperative of farms for other food items (meat, eggs, cheese, pantry items, etc). These items are ordered via the Lewis Waite website, and are delivered the same days as seasonal shares, typically every two weeks. They are available to anybody, even if you don’t have a seasonal share.


A Note From Sunnyside CSA

CSA’s are not for profit, and depend entirely on volunteers to function. We are always open to new suggestions and volunteers in our core group. Don’t be afraid to say hello, we are all in this together!

Read here to find out more about how a CSA works.

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