Pricing & Payment Options



Community drives everything we do at Full Well Farm. Our business model is rooted in social justice and the belief that everybody has the right to high quality produce, no matter their income. 

We offer subsidized CSA shares through several community partners, sliding scale vegetable CSA pricing, and flexible payment options including SNAP payments, to make our vegetable CSAs as accessible as possible.



We collaborate with several community partners to offer

subsidized CSA shares for members who qualify.


With the help of Hoosac Harvest, we can offer vegetable

CSA shares that are subsidized 40-60% 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 how to sign up

for their program here.



During the registration process, you’ll be able to select the payment level that best aligns with your income and access to resources: Lower, Middle, Upper, or Contributor. We also offer subsidized shares that are even further discounted than our Lower Income option.

If you want to use SNAP/ HIP benefits to pay for your share, we suggest selecting the Lower Income option. If you’re not sure where you fit, or this model is unfamiliar to you, we offer some guidelines to consider

on our FAQ page

The “Middle Income/Wealth” payment level reflects the market value of the share, and we calculate what goes into each week’s share to hit that mark. 

Subsidized shares are discounted 40-60%, Lower Income/Wealth level is discounted 20%, Upper Income/Wealth level is +20%, and Contributor Income/Wealth level is + 30%. 

*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.*



Payment in full is requested whenever possible. However, we are happy to offer an installment plan for those who need it. We ask for a $50 deposit after registering to reserve your spot and that your balance is paid in full no later than May 1st. If you need to extend a payment plan beyond May 1st for budgeting purposes we can also accommodate that! Please just let us know what works for you when registering.

If you would like to pay by check, submit your registration information and select a pay by check option. Then, mail your check made out to Full Well Farm, 313 East Road, Apt A, Adams, MA 01220. 

If you would like to pay online, we will send you a Quickbooks invoice that you can use with all major credit cards. Paying online will cost an additional 3% to cover processing fees. 

If you would like to pay using SNAP/EBT and HIP, please select the "Pay by SNAP/HIP" option when registering. We will email you to fill out the necessary paperwork to deduct the cost of the CSA share automatically from your SNAP account each week during the season. No deposit is needed for SNAP/HIP customers.