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Souhegan Soccer Farm CSA

Where fine players and community members grow organic produce

Amherst, NH —
The Souhegan Soccer Farm CSA is a community supported agriculture project and peaceful getaway located on 60 acres of fields and forest in Amherst, NH. We offer farm fresh produce grown organically without the use of commercial fertilizer and pesticides.

Each year we have a bountiful supply of salad greens, herbs, onions, garlic, corn, potatoes, tomatoes, peas, beans, strawberries, eggplant, squash, carrots, peppers, pumpkins, and flowers. Community participants are welcome every week to join us in weeding, planting, picking or distributing produce on pick-up days. Regular staff includes part-time farmers and college and high school farm interns.



Souhegan Soccer Farm CSA, Amherst, NH
2014 Souhegan Soccer Farm Registration


Become a Garden Shareholder — please register by May 1st

  • Enjoy a weekly supply of same-day fresh produce, full of flavor and nutrition.

  • Gain satisfaction knowing how and where some of your food is grown.

  • Participate in special Soccer Farm events designed for you and your family: hayrides, potlucks, and other Soccer Farm fun.

  • Access 60 acres of farm and forest for picnics, birthdays, and hikes.

  • Share with your children the excitement, knowledge, and skill necessary to produce a good crop.

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The Souhegan Soccer Farm is a CSA or Community Supported Agriculture project started about four years ago by soccer player and coach Ben Brewster. Ben saw CSA as a way to bring better overall nutrition to his players and the community. The farm helps promote a healthier lifestyle through the integration of farming, sports, and family.

Located in the fertile flood plain of the Souhegan River, the Soccer Farm is designed for a mixed use of farming, soccer, and family recreation. The farming schedule begins with bed cultivation, planting, and weeding in April, May, and June; and planting, weeding, and harvesting from June to October.

Family recreation opportunities are year round including hiking, bird watching, dog walking, playing sports and picnicking.

The Souhegan Soccer Farm invites all of the southern New Hampshire community to join us this year in promoting your health and well being through farming, soccer, and family recreation. We look forward to a great year. Come join us! 2014 Souhegan Soccer Farm Registration

For more information, email: ben@bbsoccer.com