At Savoie Organic Farm (est. 2007) we have a well-established CSA program that has been serving our community since 2010.  We take pride in offering a wide array of vegetables that are sourced solely from our farm.  We offer two different CSA programs:  a buffet-style pick-up at our farm in Williamstown (Tuesdays), and a boxed 1/2 bushel share with pick-up at one of two area locations:  the Collingswood Farmers' Market (Saturdays), and the Headhouse Square Farmers' Market in Philadelphia (Sundays).  

Because we are a small family farm, we limit the size of our on-farm CSA to just 60 members.  This allows us to get to know our customers individually.  Carol or Barry personally answer your questions and share tips for preparing and preserving your vegetables. Our on-farm CSA provides you with the freedom to fill your own basket.  We also offer additional items for sale, such as potted herbs and larger quantities of vegetables for canning.​  Our boxed CSA program with pre-filled 1/2 bushel shares provides a convenient, grab-and-go alternative for our customers who live further from Williamstown or want a time-saving option.  Click the links below for more details.

What is a CSA?

Decide which program is right for you, and download the CSA contract(s) below. Because the on-farm summer and fall programs are separate, you will see two different links. If you wish to sign up for both programs at once, please only submit one registration form and indicate that you would like to participate in both programs. The boxed CSA program has a separate contract (link provided below). Please fill out the registration form and provide your e-mail address and preferred pick-up location. The contracts provide all the details for the programs, including dates, times, and prices.  Mail the registration form with your check or money order payable to Savoie Organic Farm to the address provided. Or, mail the registration form and choose our convenient online payment option through PayPal (see links below). 
(Note: $10 convenience fee included in PayPal price. Payment indicates agreement with terms of CSA contract. Please still fill out and mail the registration form to Savoie Organic Farm so that we know which pick-up location you prefer.)

 All customers who sign up and pay their shares in full by March 15th will be given ONE WEEK FREE--see contract for details!

​Questions?  Please call Carol or Barry at 856-629-9020.

How does the boxed CSA program work?

Sign-ups for the summer (Tuesday, on-farm) and boxed CSA programs have now closed.

How does the on-farm CSA program work?

 Photo credit: Cindy Hepner/South Jersey Times

How do I sign up?

Medium share, Fall, On-Farm

Large share, Fall, On-Farm

Why should I choose the Savoie CSA?

Small share, Fall, On-Farm

Savoie Organic Farm

At Savoie Organic Farm, we regard our CSA members as shareholders in the farm.  Members can choose among three different share (basket) sizes depending on their weekly vegetable needs:  small (1/4 bushel), medium (1/2 bushel) or large (full bushel).  We provide you with the basket at the beginning of the season.  You fill your basket each week with your choice of vegetables from the harvest.  There are limits posted for most items to ensure that everyone in the CSA program gets the opportunity to try each item. This year's 12-week summer program will begin June 11th and end Aug 27th.  Our 6-week fall program will begin Sept 17th and end Oct 22nd.  Pick-ups will occur on Tuesdays between 2:30 and 6:30 p.m.  For more details, please download our 2019 Summer and Fall CSA contracts by clicking on the blue buttons below.  Sign up for one or both CSA programs; it's up to you!  Fall sign-ups will also be accepted later in the season, although spaces will sell out by mid-summer.  All slots are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. 

A community supported agriculture (CSA) program is a partnership between local community members and their neighborhood farm.  Consumers purchase a share in the farm during the preceding fall/winter months, providing farmers with much-needed capital to cover upfront costs such as the fuel, seeds, and supplies that are vital to vegetable production.  In return, the shareholders receive freshly harvested vegetables throughout the growing season.  Traditional CSAs are NOT co-ops... all the produce is harvested directly from the host farm and is not pooled from multiple sources.  CSA programs are ideal for people who are passionate about supporting local farms, enjoy eating what's in season, and appreciate a diverse, culinary adventure.  It's a wonderful alternative to the limited selection that grocery stores provide, and it's a guarantee that you are eating produce that has been harvested at its peak of freshness and nutritional value.

Our boxed CSA program runs for 16 consecutive weeks starting on or about the week of June 10 and ending on or about the week of September 23.  We pack your 1/2 bushel box with an array of vegetables from the week’s harvest and deliver it to the drop-off location of your choice (see below for options).  You can arrive anytime during the allotted pick-up, sign the sheet, grab your box, and go!  No waiting in lines at the farmers' market or grocery store, and you take away a box that is brimming with freshly harvested organic vegetables straight from our farm. The selection varies as we progress through the season.  Please refer to the “Seasonal Harvest” information on our website for an idea of what’s available and how it changes from summer to early fall.