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The 2017 Heritage Grain Share

1/2 share
$185/Year
  • An Annual distribution of the best grains grown by MA and New England Farmers
  • Designed to be a year’s worth of grains, beans and flours for 1-2 people!
  • You can select exactly which grains you would like and how much you’d like of each. You will receive 40-50lbs at the distribution in January/February of your selections. This will give you about 1lb per week for the year.
  • Over 22 choices to mix and match from! Select from 5 types of heritage and ancient wheats, 3 types of oats(rolled, steel cut, and whole), 4 types of heirloom beans, popcorn, rye, heirloom cornmeal, masa corn, 3 types of wheat flours, spelt, and more.
  • Customize Between Christmas and New years online with your unique customizing link you’ll receive approximately on Christmas morning!
  • Pick up your share in:
  • Western Ma the last Saturday in January 2018 at Brookfield Farm
  • The Boston area the first Saturday in February 2018 at Codman Community Farm In Lincoln.
  • The New York Area the second Saturday in February!
  • Select your exact pick up time at our website’s pick up scheduling page!

The 2017 Heritage Grain Share

Whole Share
$365/year
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  • An Annual distribution of the best grains grown by MA and New England Farmers
  • Designed to be a year’s worth of grains, beans and flours for 3-4 people!
  • You can select exactly which grains you would like and how much you’d like of each. You will receive 80-100lbs at the distribution in January/February of your selections. This will give you about 1lb per week for the year.
  • Over 22 choices to mix and match from! Select from 5 types of heritage and ancient wheats, 3 types of oats(rolled, steel cut, and whole), 4 types of heirloom beans, popcorn, rye, heirloom cornmeal, masa corn, 3 types of wheat flours, spelt, and more.
  • Customize Between Christmas and New years online with your unique customizing link you’ll receive approximately on Christmas morning!
  • Pick up your share in:
  • Western Ma the last Saturday in January 2018 at Brookfield Farm
  • The Boston area the first Saturday in February 2018 at Codman Community Farm In Lincoln.
  • The New York Area the second Saturday in February!
  • Select your exact pick up time at our website’s pick up scheduling page!

Meet the Farmers

Meet Matt Williams Our Farmer for Oats, Spelt, and Rye!

Our farm is located in the bread basket of the Northeast – Linneus, Maine in Aroostook County. Locals and Maine afficianados know this unspoiled region as “The County.” It’s where thousands of acres of farmland that sits beneath the most glorious, clear skies one can...

The Heritage Grain Share

A new model for Community Supported Agriculture!

While vegetable “Farm Shares” or CSA’s began in the 1980’s and have blossomed into a profusion of opportunities for farmer’s and consumers alike to buy the highest quality vegetables, many of us have asked what about the rest of our foods like Grains, Meats, fruit, or preserves?

In 2008 I decided to tackle one of the missing pieces of our burgeoning local food system to make more opportunities available to farmers and consumers. The Heritage Grain Share was born and we’ve been growing, grinding, popping and cooking up a storm ever since!

 

 

 

With 5 types heritage and ancient wheat, 5 types of heirloom beans, popcorn, oats(rolled, steel cut, and whole), cornmeal, 7 stone ground flour options, and more, this share is completely unlike anything you can get at the grocery store!

Wheat

  • Red Lammas
  • Redeemer
  • Oberkulmer Spelt (Farro Grande)
  • Emmer (Farro Medio)
  • Einkorn (Farro piccolo)

Beans

  • Black Turlte
  • Jacob’s Cattle
  • Red Kidney
  • Soldier
  • Yellow Eye

Corn

  • Nothstine Dent(corn meal or masa)
  • Popcorn
  • Plymouth Flint(cornmeal or masa)

Oats

  • Steel Cut
  • Rolled(not steamed)
  • Whole Oat Groats(Berries)

Rice(available in “The Rice Share”)

Buckwheat flour

Rye

Each year we provide our members with the highest quality heirloom and heritage, organically grown grains, flours and beans from our farms. We take great pride in creating a community based model where we have long lasting relationships with our members and our farmers. Connecting the two is our mission!

Organic?

About 2/3rds of our crops are certified organic and most of the rest grown with organic methods. At customizing time all organic crops are labeled and you can choose an entirely organic share if you like.

Grown on small sustainable farms, our shares are fresher, tastier and healthier than anything you can find in a store! Supporting our local farms is environmentally sustainable, keeps our food dollars circulating in the the local economy(instead of overseas corporate bank accounts) and enriches the lives of the farmers and consumers by creating a connection between the two!

Grown on Small Sustainable Farms

Fresh Whole Grains are Tastier, Healthier, and Keep Indefinitely

Select Fresh Ground Flours or Whole Grains or mix and match!

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