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An affordable farm share at Crimson & Clover Farm

Crimson & Clover Farm is located on Spring Street in Florence, Massachusetts, leasing 50 acres on our Northampton Community Farm. They offer Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) farm shares and have a store open to the public. Grow Food Northampton subsidizes the share for SNAP clients who pay with their benefits. Healthy Incentives Program (HIP) reimbursements are available.

The share runs from June through October/November, has flexible pick-up hours, pick-your-own herbs and flowers, and a kids play area. If you have SNAP and want to join the community at Crimson & Clover, this program is for you!

Learn more and Sign up for our SNAP Share program

Visit Crimson & Clover’s website or call (413) 570-0337

“We wouldn’t have been able to afford this without Grow Food Northampton’s financial support.  Thank you!”

Myanna O., mother of four

“My husband said he ate the healthiest he had ever eaten in his life.”

Affordable Farm Share Holder

“Thank you Grow Northampton for lowering my food budget, and a big thanks to all the farmers who offer top quality organic vegetables week after week without the use of pesticides. We are eating much better for much less money and I have truly been blessed to be one of the shareholders. “

Affordable Farm Share Holder

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