What is a CSA?

Community Supported Agriculture is a partnership between your local farmer and you. Members purchase a "share" of the farm's anticipated fresh, high-quality produce to be delivered weekly to a convenient drop-off location near you.

 
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How to Participate

Small Share

  • 3 salad mixes of your choice of the following (heirloom lettuce, spring salad mix, baby kale, baby beet greens, or spinach).

  • 2 herbs of your choice of the following (dill fronds, fennel fronds, chervil, chives, parsley, cilantro, mint, edible flowers, or catnip).

  • 1 precut microgreen.

  • 1 minty herbal drink.

  • 1 radish bunch.

Large Share

  • 4 salad mixes of your choice of the following: heirloom lettuce, spring salad mix, baby kale, baby beet greens, or spinach.

  • 2 herbs of your choice of the following:
    dill fronds, fennel fronds, chervil, chives, parsley, cilantro, mint, edible flowers, or catnip.

  • 1 Living Microgreen.

  • 1 minty herbal drink.

  • 1 head of living lettuce.

  • 1 Radish Bunch.

  • 1 Swiss Chard Bunch.

These are some of the add-on products we currently have available (through our online store):
Spray-free strawberries: $5.50 per quart
Chicken Eggs (fed organic soy-free feed and they are free range): $5.00 per dozen
Quail Eggs (fed organic soy-free feed and they are free range): $3.00 per dozen

 

Our CSA Seasons

Spring

(March - May)

Summer

(June - August)

Winter

(December - February)

Fall

(September - November)