top of page
september veg.JPEG

Climate Resilient, 
High Quality, 
Community Focused


With love, we aim to bring you the highest quality produce grown in the most sustainable way we know how. 



Astarte Farm is a wholesale fruit and vegetable grower, delivering no-till, certified organic produce to Western Massachusetts. 



2024 CSA shares are SOLD OUT!  Follow the link below to join our waitlist, learn more or make a  payment. Thank you so much for your continued support of no-till farming practices and local food!



Learn about the benefits of no-till farming, and how Astarte Farm is pushing the envelope on what it means to "grow sustainably". 

Astarte Community NEWS:


Now Hiring: 2024 Weeder Crew!

At Astarte, our weeder crew functions as a work trade: the crew joins us Tuesdays from 1-3pm starting June 18th through the end of August. Weeder crew members will receive an 11-week CSA share which works the same as our regular CSA - one box of veggies per week plus season pick-your-own so you can savor the delicious veggies and fruits of your labor!

Weeder crew members will be expected to arrive on time, be ready to work outdoors in all weather, and maintain a steady pace throughout assigned tasks for the two hours. The primary work to be done is weeding vegetable beds but tasks may also include some planting, harvesting, mulching, and other field tasks. 

Applications due by May 31st with crew spaces filled on a first come, first served basis. You can expect to hear back from us by June 3rd at the latest - see you on June 18th, can't wait!


No-Till Gardening for a Resilient Future

A workshop with Gardening for the Future!

If you have been wanting to dive deeper into the miracles and mechanics of no-till farming and climate-resilient gardening, this class is for you! If you are feeling overwhelmed in the face of climate change and want to find a way to feel connected to others and to the earth, this class is for you!


The class will be taught through our partnership with Gardening for the Future, an educational gardening company, run by friend-of-the-farm Rose! Rose teaches people the skills they need to grow food in the face of climate change through the lens of building social and environmental resilience in this ever-changing world. Astarte CSA members get priority registration!


WHEN: One class monthly from February through October at Astarte Farm in Hadley, MA. If you are interested in joining this class after it has begun, you can join for a prorated cost!


WHAT: Participants will learn everything from garden planning and seed ordering, to seed saving and putting a garden to bed for the year. 

Find more info about the class and other offerings here. And don't hesitate to reach out to Rose at with any questions! 

Together, we can cultivate more resilient ecosystems and communities in the face of climate change. 

bottom of page