Buy fresh, locally grown produce and help support healthy food for everyone!
One for you, one for a family in need.
If you’ve ever been interested in joining a CSA (Community Shared Agriculture), now is the time to take advantage of an incredible opportunity that will double the impact of your commitment to local food – for each Salem CSA share purchased, a generous donor will provide a vegetable share for a Salem family in need. This collaborative, non-profit approach maximizes mission impact and celebrates the power of partnership. Together, we can further our goals of growing healthy food and feeding our community.
This win-win offer is brought to you by Root and Three Sisters Garden Project.
Headquartered in Ipswich, MA, Three Sisters Garden Project offers a unique agricultural program that integrates sustainable farmland stewardship; collaborative food access programming; a comprehensive farm to school program; and food-based community engagement and education, providing an all-around boost for local agriculture. Three Sisters is committed to healthy food access for people in need by supplying produce to local food pantries throughout the North Shore. When you buy a farm share at Three Sisters, you are also helping provide that same healthy food to those who need it most, but for whom fresh produce is often unaffordable.
Register for your Three Sisters Salem share today.
Three Sisters is thrilled to offer 2018 shares running from early June through mid-October with pick up at Root. For every Salem share you buy from Three Sisters, a generous donor will provide a vegetable share to a local family in need.
Sign up HERE to take advantage of this unique opportunity.
Please note, this is a limited offer with 10 Salem shares available this year. Don’t hesitate, shares are selling fast and the season is just around the corner.
Pick up your boxed share at: Root, Shetland Park, 35 Congress Street, Suite 2350, Salem, MA 01970
on Wednesdays between 3pm-6pm.
Buy a Salem CSA share and help support healthy food for everyone. It’s a win-win!