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World PEAS CSA DeliveryNew Entry Food Hub

The New Entry Food Hub CSA is a program of the New Entry Sustainable Farming Project (New Entry), an initiative of Tufts University’s Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy and additional partners.

New Entry helps beginning, immigrant, and refugee farmers gain business and farm production skills and access to land, markets and other resources necessary to start a viable farm business. Learn more here.

Become a New Entry CSA Member

New Entry Food Hub offers a 10-week share for the summer and a 10-week share from late summer to late October.

All shares can also be gifted or donated, and SNAP benefits are accepted. See the New Entry CSA website for details.

Plus, this year the CSA is teaming up with Tufts Dining to provide recipes directly from Tufts chefs!

Picking up your share at Tufts

Medford/Somerville Campus

Tuesdays, starting June 18th at the Dewick-MacPhie Dining Center

Boston Health Sciences Campus

Thursdays from 11:30am - 7pm, starting June 20th in Jaharis (Near the Office of Student Affairs, 1st floor, rear exit to Tyler St.)

Why Purchase a CSA share?

Purchasing a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) share is an easy way to support local food while enjoying fresh, delicious produce.

CSA shares provide financial support to farmers before the growing season begins, allowing them to purchase the supplies they need to grow crops. Every week, you will receive a box of sustainably-grown seasonal produce. CSA shares are a wonderful way to eat seasonally and try fruits and veggies that you might not see in a grocery store.

New Entry Food Hub welcomes new members with pro-rated pricing for shares that have already started up to two weeks into the season. Have questions? New Entry Food Hub can help answer them.

If you are studying at one of our other campuses or don't live in the area, explore other CSA options or find a farm near you on Local Harvest.