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Donate money to support a subsidized share. Hoosac Harvest is a volunteer-driven organization and all funds raised go towards supporting subsidized farm shares and minimal operating costs.

Online donations coming soon!

To make a tax deductible donation by check:

Make payable and send to: Berkshire Grown with “Hoosac Harvest” in the memo P.O. Box 983 Great Barrington, stomach MA 01230.

Don’t need a tax deduction? Send your check made out to Hoosac Harvest to PO Box 981 North Adams, MA 01247.

Other Ways to Help

  • Participate in the gleaning program. Let us know your idea or participate in the grow-a-row or gleaning programs. Learn more about our programs.
  • Support local farms. Purchase at local farmers markets, buy from a farmer directly and participate in local conversations around securing our farm land. Learn more about the local farms in the Berkshires by visiting Berkshire Grown, Farm Fresh, or Local Harvest.

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