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Farm Share Program (CSAs)

A CSA, or farmshare, is a relationship between you and a local farmer. You pay up-front during the spring, and in exchange you get a share of the harvest, all summer long. CSAs were first invented by Booker T. Whately and were popularized here in Massachusetts. They are the best economic model for small farms – and the most delicious way for you to eat! Since 2010 we’ve dedicated a portion of our restaurants to CSA pickups.

Sign up today, eat better tomorrow.

Summer Signups are On!

How it Works

Step 1: Choose a farm and day of the week.
Step 2: Pick a Clover location & a share type
Step 3: Return to Clover for your bounty

Participating Farms - Summer 2023

Next Barn Over - Tuesdays
RI Mushroom Co - Wednesdays
Crimson & Clover - Wednesdays
Siena Farms - Thursdays
Many Graces Flowers - weekly & monthly
The Forest Farmers - every 6 weeks

Share Details

Since 2009 Farmer Ray and the team have been growing healthy, delicious food in the fertile soils of the Connecticut River valley for us and the community.

  • Veggie Share (6/13. 10/23)
    • Small Veggie Share -Weekly half bushels of all the best produce, all season long. Feeds 2-4 people and includes 10-12 items each week. $625
    • Large Veggie Share – Weekly full bushels of all the best produce, all season long. Feeds 4-6 people and includes 10-12 items each week. $825


Contents vary based on the type of farm and the weather of the particular summer. For produce farms, generally you’ll get greens, alliums, radishes, etc. during the first few weeks. Maybe some strawberries if you got a share with fruit. Mid-summer you’ll see zucchini, summer squash, herbs, and more. Late summer will likely be tomatoes, eggplant, corn. And in the fall you’ll get winter squash, pumpkins, maybe cauliflower. To see sizing and photos, click on a farm in the Clover App.

We think so! Certainly the freshest, most environmentally friendly, and exciting!

Typically for produce farms, shares run from the first/second week of June to the second/third week of October, but this can vary depending on weather and share type.

If you don’t see your location listed beneath the farm, it is not dropping off at that location.

Please be sure you are clicking during a time when the Clover location is open! And be sure you’re scrolling down past the food and drinks. Because this is run through our online ordering system, you can only see items (and farmshares) when the Clover location is open for the day.

You will need to send a friend to pick it up for you. We can’t hold shares overnight due to health code – so if you do not get your share by the time we close, we will donate it or send it home with a Clover staff member.

You will be getting an email with a code to enter. Hold tight!