With Labor Day Weekend upon us, we bid adieu to Summer and begin to turn toward the brisk days of autumn and the final hurrah of our growing season. Late fall harvest at New Harmony will include a lovely variety of cool weather crops: vibrant lettuce, kale, spinach, and many other greens, Some of the 2013 winter squash harvest frost kissed Brussel Sprouts, many varieties of potatoes, and delicious root vegetables pulled fresh from the ground with wonderful sugar contents that come as the root crops build up their nutrients for winter. We are beginning to cure our bumper crop of garlic and onions and in a few weeks we will begin to harvest and cure our wide variety of heirloom winter squashes. Wether you are planning to extend you CSA harvest season with us or you want to try our CSA to see if it is a good fit for you, now is the time to join.

Full Share (family size) – $245.00 ($275 with home delivery)
Half Share (feeds 1-2 people) – $135.00 ($165 with home delivery)
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Chef Chris Tighe from the absolutely fabulous Salt Kitchen and Rum Bar in Ipswich, MA visits our farm every Friday. He walks the fields with Erin to select our produce at their peak for his menu. Chris has become a dear farm friend and graciously allowed Erin to take a brief video on why he is such a fan of our food and our nutrient dense, biological farming practices. Click on the following link to hear Chris’s joyful riff Chef Chris Tighe On New Harmony.

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Come Visit Our Newbury Farmstand – We Are Now Open 7 Days A Week

August 13, 2014

We are very excited as our farm stand at 186 High Rd. Newbury is really coming together and our harvest is bountiful. Presently our harvest tables brim with the likes of a wide variety of these crops; heirloom tomatoes, eggplant, melons, cukes, peppers, summer squash, kale, onions, sunflowers, and much more. We also bring Thursday [...]

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Trailblazing

June 26, 2014

Hello everyone. I’m Denise. I started volunteering at New Harmony Farm in May. I’m new to farming. I’m new to gardening too. I’m sitting outside at home on my balcony right now listening to my Bob Dylan channel on Pandora and looking at my 25 containers of plants. Most are lined up in one row to [...]

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It’s Not Too Late – We are Still Taking Summer CSA Applications!

June 1, 2014

Although there was a bit of a slow start to this year’s growing season due to a very cold and snowy winter and colder than normal temperatures that continue to persist, we are happy with our spring crops ( our scallions, salad greens, lettuce, chard and kale are especially gorgeous right now) thanks to our [...]

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Learn Beautiful Ways to Help the Threatened Monarch Butterfly. Join Us Saturday, May 3rd, for Our Monarch Butterfly Celebration at New Harmony Farm, Newbury

April 24, 2014

As part of New Harmony Farm, LLC’s environmental and educational mission, we are inviting the public to our butterfly garden workshop and installation at 10 AM Saturday, May 3rd. We will be transforming our front yard septic leach field at 186 High Rd. Newbury into a wonderful Modernist Butterfly and Beneficial Insect Garden that will [...]

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Register Now for for the Second Session of “Organic and Biological Growing Through the Seasons: Setting Up Your Garden for Success” on April 26

April 18, 2014

Learn to work with Nature to grow healthy, nutrient dense plants with our workshop “Organic and Biological Growing through the Seasons: Spring – Setting Up Your Garden for Success”. Farmer Erin will instruct the basics of organic and biological gardening through lecture, discussion and a tour of our certified organic farm as we begin our [...]

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Spring Must Finally Be Here! JD and the Peepers are Back!

April 14, 2014

Long overdue, the raucous sound of those harbingers of New England spring:the frisky little Peeper Frogs filled the air last week. Their welcome chorus lets me know that the unseasonably cold weather is truly on the wane allowing our soils to dry and get our spring planting underway. Along with the Peepers our beloved JD [...]

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It All Starts with Quality Seed

March 29, 2014

One of the many joys of the “off-season for vegetable farmers is perusing the stacks of seed catalogs and making our purchases for the upcoming growing season. Quality seeds are critical to growing quality crops and so all our seed is certified organic except for the few flower, unusual herbs and heirloom vegetables that are [...]

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Our New High Tunnel in Newbury is Finally Complete!

March 28, 2014

At 96′ x 30′ building our first high tunnel was quite a learning experience. Thanks to all the farm friends and family that gathered to help us. We were able to build the structure in November and early December but then had to wait over 3 long month to have the right conditions of minimal [...]

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