10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday through Saturday
Pumpkins 75 cents per pound, on the vine. Pesticide free. Family-friendly place has no scary characters.
"This is the perfect place for kids under 12," saysowner Mike Massino.
Also Has Tractor pull ride ($3), farmstand, roasted corn ($2) and baked goods.
Plenty of fall vegetables, such as lettuces and potatoes.
SHARES $500 (includes 15 hours of volunteer work on the farm, Memorial Day weekend-Halloween); $450 (20 weeks, includes 25 hours per season volunteer time); free (requires 100 hours per season of volunteer time)
DISTRIBUTION At the farm
ON THE MENU Warm weather and cool weather crops, 50 varieties of produce, including seven different types of tomatoes, leafy greens, lettuce, produce for ethnic cooking; no genetically modified plants, 20 percent heirloom (tomatoes, eggplants, peppers, squash, pumpkins); 12 types of Asian produce; eggplants, pumpkins, peppers, figs, broccolini, raspberries, apples from upstate, snow peas, carrots, escarole, Portobello mushrooms, Tuscan kale, beets, Swiss chard, dandelion, spinach, onion, potatoes, edible nasturtium, borage, zucchini and pumpkin flowers; cucuzza, known as baseball bat squash; three varieties of beets, four varieties of onions, 12 varieties of lettuce; plums and blueberries
ABOUT THE FARM This is its sixth year as a CSA and 11th year as a farm. In addition to the volunteer opportunities, the farm offers tours, cooking classes and information on composting, recycling, beneficial insects, birds and animals. Visitors also learn about the use of solar power on the farm and water collection using rain barrels. Meat and poultry are also offered through D'Artagnan in New Jersey.
9 a.m.-6 p.m. daily until November