Beginning June 23, Temple Hillel B'nai Torah will host a farmers' market in the parking lot at 120 Corey St, in West Roxbury.
The Corey Street Market is a collaboration effort between the temple, the Theodore Parker Unitarian Universalist Church, West Roxbury Main Streets and Silverbrook Farm in Dartmouth, MA.
This is a CSA or consumer supported agriculture, which means you buy a share or half-share. The CSA hopes to sign up 50 families to purchase shares. A half-share costs $20.50 (for 2 people) and a full share (feeds 4 people) costs $33.50 per week for 19 weeks. What you receive varies every week - you could get arugula, spinach, cukes, tomatoes, dill, and probably things you've never heard of!
Click to learn more about Silverbrook Farm and the CSA. Click on 'Join the Summer CSA' button and you will find the Corey Street Market.
"This is a wonderful farm - sustainable agricultural practices, beautiful quality, good prices, and LOCAL! We hope to arrange visits to the farm in the fall and to use this partnership with West Roxbury Main Streets and the Theodore Parker Unitarian Universalist Church to create wonderful synergies in our community!" wrote Benita Block of Temple Hillel B'nai Torah.