Greater Westfield Chamber of Commerce

Yellow Stonehouse Farm, Westfield’s first USDA certified Organic CSA, Accepting Membership Applications for 2016 Summer Season

Yellow Stonehouse Farm, a 79-acre property located in both Westfield & Southampton Massachusetts and surrounded by a Natural Heritage & Endangered Species Landscape, is accepting applications for a limited number of 2016 Summer CSA Shares.

Offered on a first come first served basis, the Summer CSA share covers 20+ weeks during the growing season early June through late October including Pick-Your-Own flowers such as Bee Balm, Phlox, Sun flowers & Zinnias, plus use picnic areas and walking trails located in the Manahan River basin (members only in season by reservation). For more information, please see our 2016 Membership Application at 

Yellow Stonehouse Farm grows a wide variety of certified organic crops in generous quantities including familiar favorites such as Asparagus, Beans, Brussel Sprouts on the stalk, Cherry tomatoes, Corn, Cucumbers, Kale, Lettuce, Peppers, Snap peas and Squash, plus more unusual offerings such as Asian Eggplant, Bok Choy, Culinary Herbs such as Garlic – both scapes and bulbs, culinary and medicinal herbs Ginger and Turmeric, Husk cherries, Heirloom Tomatoes, Kaleidoscope Sprouts, Sun-chokes, Watermelon and Sunflowers.

The farm uses USDA Certified Organic agricultural practices and is committed to providing families with healthy locally grown organic products.  USDA organic certification is the only system of food labeling that is subjected to independent review, assuring consumers that toxic, synthetic pesticides used in conventional agriculture are replaced by management practices focused on soil biology, crop diversity, and plant health.  This eliminates harmful chemicals in the production and handling of food denoted certified organic – pesticides and herbicides that contaminate water, soil and air, harm farmworkers, and kills bees, butterflies, birds, fish and valuable wildlife.

A member of CISA (Community Involvement in Sustaining Agriculture) and NOFA (Northeast Organic Farming Association).

For more information, please contact farm owners Connie or John at 413-562-2164 or via email at

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