Looking for a seasonal share in local produce? Get your boxes quick with Cambridge Waterland Organics’ discounted rates!
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) connects people to farms through a contract between the Member and Farmer. The Member pays for their share at the beginning of the season helping the Farmer afford costly early-season expenses. The Member then receives a weekly share through the duration of the season.
The CSA is a chance for you to choose, know and invest in the farms that grow your food; in return you receive the freshest produce and items that can’t be found in common grocery stores. Being a CSA Member helps support your farmer, sustain local farm lands, and keeps your money circulating in the community. Save money, buy local!
As part of the Community Supported Agriculture’s (CSA) national campaign to get more people involved in local farming, Cambridge Waterland Organics are offering a 5% discount on their vegetable boxes if you sign up before March 31st. Simply apply the code CSADAY in the promo box.
Cambridge CropShare, partners with Waterland Organics CSA at Willow Farm, are also offering people the opportunity to gain first-hand experience of local, organic farming. Find out more about volunteering here.
As well as Waterland Organics, Hempsal’s Community Farm and Lanegale Nursery are also part of the Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) scheme and both offer a variety of tasty veg boxes.
Hempsals Community Farm just outside the village of Willingham, near Cambridge have 5 acres of farmland that they use for growing fruit and vegetables and keeping pigs, sheep, goats, geese, turkeys, chickens, ducks, and bees. They offer three types of full membership this year, a large share, a half share and a vegetarian share and also a mini membership.
Lanegale farm is located 2 miles East of St. Ives, 1 mile West of Bluntisham, are offers shares in vegetables, flowers, herbs and an incredible selection of chillis and mushrooms. Don’t miss out on there CSA offers!