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Frequently Asked Questions

What's included in my box?

Every box will have a diverse assortment of roots, salad greens, cooking greens, hot crops, and herbs depending on the season.  Here is a list of some of the vegetables that we expect to grow this season: head lettuce, radishes, salad mixes, spinach,

turnips, scallions, sweet

onions, baby bok choy,

broccoli rabe, kale, swiss

chard, fresh herbs, culinary

herbs, summer squash,

cucumbers, peppers,

tomatoes, eggplant, beets,

carrots, cabbage, arugula,

broccolini, zucchini,

cauliflower, potatoes, napa

cabbage, and more!


Signing up for a CSA is signing up for a partnership with the farm. Farming doesn't come with any guarantees, so if the farm experiences a crop loss what comes in the box share might change. 

Are there subsidized shares available?

Yes! We work with Hoosac Harvest to subsidize 40-60% of the cost of our vegetable CSA Shares for customers who qualify as low income. Hoosac Harvest requires proof of income to qualify. Our partner CHP also offers subsidized shares through their Nutrition Club for members of the Berkshire Fallon Health Collaborative with specific health/ nutrition needs. You can learn more about their program here. We also offer sliding scale CSA pricing and accept SNAP.

How does payment work?

Select a CSA membership in our online store and follow the instructions in the item description closely. You will receive the link to fill out the registration form after check out! Check out our page about payment plans and pricing to learn more.

What happened to paying a deposit to register?​

We are no longer accepting a deposit to register, but have lots of options to make paying for the share affordable. If you cannot pay the cost of the share upfront, we offer a payment plan that allows you to pay for the share in three installments. Use the discount code 3PAYPLAN at checkout to pay 1/3 now, 1/3 by March 1, and 1/3 by June 1. If this option doesn't work for you please email us before registering to discuss other options!

What should I pay on the sliding scale?

Below is a short list of guidelines to assist you as you navigate the question of how much you can afford. Learn more about payment options here.

Consider paying more on the scale if you: Own the home you live in, have investments, retirement accounts, inherited money, travel recreationally, work part-time by choice, have access to family money and resources in times of need, have a relatively high degree of earning power due to level of education (or gender and racial privilege, class background, etc.) Even if you are not currently exercising your earning power, we ask you to recognize this as a choice.

Consider paying less on the scale if you: Are supporting children or have other dependents, have significant debt, have medical expenses not covered by insurance, have tuition/educational expenses, receive public assistance, have immigration related expenses, are a senior citizen.

The sliding scale payment model is an alternative to a charity model. It is an opportunity to look inward and take stock of our levels of financial privileges and resources. It's intent is to give the opportunity to facilitate a small piece of local economic justice. While we do ask you to reflect on where you fall on the scale, please don’t stress about it. Pay what feels right.

*Thank you to Soul Fire Farm, Rock Steady Farm, and many others for their dedication to developing sliding scale models and for their willingness to share their resources with other farmers.*

How does pickup work?

After you pay for a CSA in the online

store, you will get the link to register and

select a pickup location and timeCSA

pickup will happen every week, rain or

shine! We do not allow changes to the

CSA pickup schedule once the season is

underway, so if you are going to miss a

pickup we suggest that you have a friend

pickup your box! There will not be a

second chance to pick-up. Any boxes

left behind will be donated.

What if I can't pickup one week? 

CSA members cannot be refunded for individual weeks because they have paid in advance, essentially investing in a portion of the farm's produce for the season. If you are going to miss a week we suggest having a friend pickup for you! They just need to grab the box with your last name.

Is Full Well Farm organic?

While Full Well Farm is not "certified organic," we use organic, no-till practices that generally go above and beyond what that certification calls for. We only use organic approved soil amendments, including organic compost and alfalfa meal and utilize no-spray pest management practices, including crop rotation and row cover, to protect our crops from insects without the use of pesticides. 

How will I get farm updates?

When you register for one of our CSAs your email will be added to our farm newsletter! Each week you will receive farm updates, event notifications, recipe ideas, photos from the farm, and gardening tips.



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Sliding Scale guide
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