Cropsey Community Farm (CCF) is the first farm project of Rockland Farm Alliance. The mission of CCF is to grow nutrient dense, delicious food for our communities, and to provide a working example of a farm that thrives ecologically, economically and as a center for learning. The farm grows organic produce for a CSA and area farmers markets and hosts a variety of school and community programs.
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a farm model that enables you to August-22purchase a share of the season’s harvest in advance. In return, you will receive a weekly share of approximately 8-10 pounds of a variety of seasonal produce, often harvested just hours earlier, throughout the growing season. The members of Cropsey Community Farm CSA get to know their farmers, as well as where their food is coming from and how it is grown.
Cropsey Community Farm offers a variety of programs including:
Activities for scout groups
Volunteer opportunities for people with developmental disabilities
Private farm tours
Community Service opportunities for high school and college students
Internships for high school and college credit