Calypso Farm and Ecology Center is situated on 30 acres, with over 3 acres in cultivation. Beginning in early June, we offer 16-20 weeks (weather permitting) of fresh, organically grown vegetables and herbs. We grow over 50 vegetable, herb, and flower crops, with many varieties of each.

We accept Food Stamps for CSA Shares!



2018 CSA Share Options:


Family Vegetable Share – $625:

This share includes a full array of vegetables for a family of 4+.


Economy Vegetable Share – $400:

This share includes a full array of vegetables for an individual or a couple. If you previously had the Economy share and thought it was too small, consider getting the Family Share this year!


Free Choice Share – $100 increments

This option is perfect for shareholders looking for regular, fresh produce with more flexibility. Shop from our weekly farm stand selection as often as you like, choosing the vegetables you want. Pay by “drawing down” on your credit as you shop.  Payments are made in increments of $100, and you can add money as needed throughout the season.


 Flower Share – $150:


Flower shareholders will receive a weekly flower bouquet. The bouquet season is usually 8-10 weeks starting mid-July (weather permitting).




Herb Share (Plant Sale Pass) – $50

With this pass, come 30 minutes early to Calypso’s Annual Memorial Day Plant Sale (May 28th from 9 – Noon) and choose $75 worth of herbs.  We will have a wonderful selection of herb starts that are ready to be transplanted into your garden or pots.


Storage Veggies

We’ll host an end-of-season storage vegetable sale! Your favorite storage vegetables will be available to purchase the day of the sale, which will happen sometime in the fall (carrots, onions, potatoes, cabbage, beets, leeks,rutabagas, turnips, Brussels sprouts, kale and celery). Stay tuned for more information and dates!


Becoming a Calypso CSA Shareholder

We accept cash, checks, money orders, credit cards (Visa/Mastercard/Discover) and food stamps as payment methods.


csa4What is CSA?

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) represents a simple, direct relationship between farmer and consumer. In a CSA, ‘shareholders’ pay an agreed upon price at the beginning of the season and receive a weekly supply of vegetables throughout the growing season. This marketing method benefits both the farmer and the local community because the farmer receives a pre-season payment providing financial stability when they need it most and the shareholder receives wonderfully fresh, locally grown produce each week without concerns of pesticides, preservatives, or unfair labor practices. There are currently thousands of CSAs in the United States. Each takes on the unique flavor of its own community.