Harvest Moon Organic Farm: A CSA and Market Farm


At Harvest Moon Organic Farm we strive to bring our members the best quality of locally and sustainably grown produce. Our growing methods include bio-intensive and natural growing techniques, and we are now certified organic as of the summer of 2015. 

When: Pick-ups are weekly, Saturdays from 4-6pm, from June 4th through November 19th between 4 and 6pm

Where: Duke Farms, In front of the White barn. Address: 1112 Dukes Parkway West, Hillsborough, NJ 08844

Price: Full Shares are $700 and include 8-12 items

           Half Shares are $375 and include 4-5 items


Some Vegetables we’re Growing This Year:

Kale      Swiss Chard       Salad Mix     Carrots      Beans       Beets

Potatoes    Heirloom Tomatoes

Ginger    Garlic  Turmeric


How to Pay:

1.   Check Mailed to: Harvest Moon Farm LLC, mailing address: Harvest Moon Organic Farm, 601 Rt. 206, Suite 26-328, Hillsborough NJ 08844

2.   Credit Card: Email us(HarvestMoonFarmCSA@gmail.com) to make an appointment and visit us at the White Barn; directions are below

3.   Fill out the Form: Just let us know your name, contact information and whether or not you want a full or half share (this will not pay for your share).

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Directions for Pickup: Use entrance to Duke at 1112 Dukes Parkway West. Drive towards the Visitor’s Center at Duke Farms, make a right at the circle and go past the Community Gardens toward the White Barn. Parking is available within the barn yard.


2016 Pamphlet 


What is a CSA?

The term CSA means “Community Supported Agriculture.” It is a production and distribution model for farmers and community members. Individuals become CSA members by buying “shares” of the farm produce at the beginning of the growing season and then receive the produce on a weekly basis. The shares that have sold provide the farmer the capital needed to purchase the seed and supplies to start their growing season, and in turn provides the community with fresh, local and sustainable vegetables, often at prices comparable or lower than those found in a supermarket.  This model asks the CSA members to share the trials, tribulations, risks and rewards of the season with their farmer.


Frequently Asked Questions


1.     Is it too late to sign up for a membership?

No, we are still accepting members.


2.     Can I get a refund?

We will also not be allowing refunds during the season.


3.     Can I change the pick-up date or skip a week of pick-ups?

If you are going on vacation or have another scheduling conflict and need to change the date of the pick-up or skip a week, let us know in advance. However, no permanent changes to pick-up dates will be made.


4.     Do I get a choice of what goes in my bag?

You will get a selection of vegetables that were harvested for that week. Since our CSA is relatively small, if you have preferences for certain vegetables that we grow, we can try to make accommodations. 


5.     Can someone else pick up my share?

Yes, you can arrange for someone else to pick up your share, just let us know ahead of time.


6.     Do we have a “pick-your-own” section?

No, we do not have any “pick-your-own” fruit, vegetable or flower sections of our farm available at this time.


7.     Can I volunteer?

Absolutely! Contact us by email and we can work out a day and time for you or your group to join us on the farm. 


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