Flaherty's Family Farm
"A Family Growing Tradition..."

2022 CSA Program at Flaherty's Farm


What is a CSA?

A community supported agriculture program or "CSA" consists of a community of individuals who pledge to support a local farm operation. This allows for early season capital for the farmer, and CSA's are a great way for the community to ensure viable and sustanable farms while enjoying fresh, healthy and safe food.

How does a CSA at Flaherty's Farm work?

Flaherty's Family Farm offers a unique CSA program whereby customers prepay for our farm products and receive a discount for their early support. Throughout the growing season, participants shop at the farm store and greenhouse on a self select basis. This means that our customers make their own choices of products we sell and grow including flowers, seedings, vegetables, fruits, meat, free range eggs, syrup, honey, and much more!

Maine Senior Farmshare Program:

Flaherty's Family Farm partners each season with the State of Maine to provide eligible low-income Maine seniors the opportunity to receive a share (worth $50) of quality, fresh, local produce at no cost during the growing season.

To participate in the Maine Senior FarmShare Program you must:

Be a Maine resident

Be 60 years old or older (55 years old or older for Native Americans)

Meet the 2022 Income Guidelines Maximum of:

$23,828.00 per year for a one-person household; or
Maximum of $32,227.00 per year for a two-person household

Please call or email our retail store for more information on our CSA and Farmshare program