Jones Farm CSA – Community Supported Agriculture
We have opened our CSA for the 2017 season.
How to Begin
Click on the CSA Background Form and the Membership Form below. Read all information whether you are new to a CSA or a returning member. This information should answer most of your questions and inform you how it works.
Please click on and read the CSA Background Form to find out how it works.
We are happy to continue with Cape Ann
Fresh Catch to you!
Check out their website, discuss it with your family and determine whether a fish share is right for you.
These Gloucester fisherman are bringing the freshest fish to you at the Jones Farm drop-off center on an every other week basis. Unless your at a pier, you cannot get fresher fish.
Jones Farm will continue with Cape Ann Fresh Catch (CAFC). For those unfamiliar with CAFC, they’re a Community Supported Fishery. Similar to a CSA, CAFC distributes seafood instead of vegetables.
Cape Ann Fresh Catch www.capeannfreshcatch.org will deliver their seafood shares to Jones Farm.
CAFC has set up an email account specifically for Jones Farm and Chelmsford residents. You can email them directly to express ineterest in joining the program. firstname.lastname@example.org CAFC will have your email address and then be better able to answer any of your questions and to gauge interest in making Jones Farm a delivery site.
As with all Community Supported Food Programs, there is an economic viability threshold that has to be met. CAFC needs at least 40 shares to make bi-weekly delivery site viable for them.
Again, please email CAFC directly at
or visit their website
to learn more about their program.