We got choices...because we know we're all a little different.

 

What is COMMUNITY SUPPORTED AGRICULTURE (CSA)?

 

Consists of a group of individuals and families who pledge support to a farm operation in exchange for a share in the harvest. 

Members pay in advance to cover the anticipated costs of the planting, maintenance and harvesting.

 

 

COMMUNITY SUPPORTED AGRICULTURE:

 

Brings staple vegtables fresh and local days after being harvested.

 

Introduces new and unique varieties of vegetables that may not be widely available, thus increasing healthy eating and cooking.

 

Fosters mutual respect and support between the consumers and farmers.

 

Provides members an opportunity to take an active and ecologically friendly role in the production and distribution of high-quality sustainably grown produce.

 

Gives members the enjoyment of eating the healthiest, freshest and most locally grown food possible during the natural cycle of the growing season.

 

Offers a more sustainable alternative in an age when food travels an average of 1,300 miles to reach our tables.

 

 

WINTER CSA INFO

 

Here is a list of the veggies you can expect from our farm over the winter...

 

  • Potatoes and lots of em! We grow many varities of potatoes...blue ones...red ones...fingerlings...you name it...we got it.

  • Beets-Red-Gold-Chioggia-White

  • Carrots- Orange-Rainbow-Purple

  • Onions

  • Shallots

  • Leeks

  • Garlic-limited this year 

  • Sweet Potatoes

  • Winter Squash-Acorn-Butternut-Spagehiti

  • Cabbage

  • Kohlrabi

  • Celeriac

  • Parsnips

  • Rutabaga

  • Turnips

  • Winter radishes-daikon-beauty heart-green meat-black spanish

  • Scorzena

  • Dried beans-Black-White-Kidney-Pinto

  • Corn Meal from our OP Non GMO Dent Corn

  • Salad Mix (till supply lasts in the fall and then starts up again in early March)

  • Mustard Greens/Arugula ((till supply lasts in the fall and then starts up again in early March)

  • Spinach (till supply lasts in the fall and then starts up again in early March)

  • Kale (till supply lasts in the fall and then starts up again in early March)

  • Swiss Chard (till supply lasts in the fall and then starts up again in early March)

  • Peppers (till Thanksgiving or supplies last)

  • Tomatoes (till Thanksgiving or supplies last)

  • Brussels Sprouts (till Thanksgiving or supplies last)

  • Canned Goods

 

 

 

How do I sign up?

 

Two options.

 

You can choose the box method in which you can pick any four weeks from November thru March.

We only do a CSA every other week those months ...so you have these dates to choose from

Nov 5 & 19

Dec 3 & 17

Jan 7& 21

Feb 11& 25

Mar 17 & 31

 

Or you can choose our Market Share, which allows you to pick up produce from any of our winter stands. You choose what you want, when you want it. You can save up to 10%! 

 

Go to our sign up page here

 

 

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