The Garlic Farm is selling limited shares for its Community Supported Agriculture program.
Under the CSA system, members of the public pay $455 in advance for weekly pick-up of a variety of in season, farm-grown vegetables.
Farm owner Gary Cirullo said 60 to 70 families generally participate and he is accepting at least 20 additional members this year. Participants tend to come back but if some don't renew their membership, it will create additional openings.
Despite its name, garlic only takes up about 3 of the 22 farmed acres.
"We do a lot of vegetables," Cirullo said.
For more details on how to express interest in the CSA, check out the farm's web site.