A Four Season CSA Farm: Oxford’s Gazy Brothers

Gazy Brothers Farm is a fourth generation family farm in Oxford offering a CSA for every season. The farm employs integrated pest management (IPM) growing practices, which means they use a sustainable approach to managing pests. They offer different pick ups and deliveries for each community they serve (see below), so please contact the farm directly for that information. Most communities have a farmers’ market where Gazy Brothers is a vendor and in-season pickups will be located there. Before the market season begins, shares will be dropped at your home.

Locations: New Canaan, Darien, Fairfield, Westport, Greenwich, Monroe, Stratford, Bridgeport, Norwalk, Shelton, Danbury, Stamford, Trumbull and Westport

Click here to download the Gazy Brothers 2011 CSA registration form.

Gazy’s Spring CSA fills up quickly and the deadline to register is February 28. This CSA runs from April 2- June 12, offering 10 weeks of fresh greens, cherry tomatoes, and much more. The cost for one box of 5-6 veggies per week for 10 weeks is $200.

Gazy’s Summer CSA runs from June 27- September 18, giving you 12 weeks of summertime fruits and/or veggies. Vegetable Share Options: 1 box of 7-8 veggies a week for 12 weeks is $250. 2 boxes of veggies per week for 12 weeks is $425. Fruit Share: 8-12 pieces of fruit per week for 12+ weeks is $100. Deadline: May 30. While the farm does not grow most fruits, they are sourced from neighboring farms in Glastonbury including peaches and nectarines from Belltown Hills Orchard, apples and pears from Bussa Orchard, and plums from Berrutti’s Orchard.

Fall/Winter Program (October 3-December 11): Enjoy the last harvests of the season, like hearty root veggies and greens. Note that it may not be consecutive weeks due to weather conditions. 1 box of 5-6 veggies and apples for 10 weeks is $200. Deadline to register: September 1.

Web Site: www.gazybrothersfarm.net

For inquiries, please email: csa@gazybrothersfarm.net (excellent email response)

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