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What is a CSA?

Historically, a Community Shared Agriculture (CSA) program was a way for the community to help their local farmers get ready for the upcoming season. By purchasing a CSA, the community bought-in early to later receive a share of the food produced by the farmer. If yields were high each person received more, if yields were low then each person received less. In times like these what better way to support each other than through food security?  And trust us, the yields are bountiful!

Our CSA maintains the same concept, being connected to our community through our shared reciprocity. We love the opportunity of bringing food to families on a weekly basis and the experience of helpfully interacting within our community.

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How long is the CSA?

 

Spring CSA will be offered for a total of 10 weeks. This box costs $300 and is offered from April 18th - June 20th. 

*Each box can be picked up at the farm on Thursday between 4pm - 8pm.

**Delivery is available to your home on Thursday from 4pm - 8pm

***The cost is $40 for the season within a 5 miles radius of our farm. 

What's in the box? 

Each week, you'll receive 5 - 7 of our freshest seasonal vegetables and/or berries when in season. 

             You can also add an egg share. There will only be limited options for the egg.

Customize your box: Is there a vegetable or fruit you can't eat or don't like? Please contact us and we can discuss options to substitute those items. 

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Is the CSA right for me?

Are you worried the CSA might not be the right fit for you? The CSA is a good fit for people who want to eat well and make fresh veggies part of their regular diet. 

I don't know how to store or cook fresh produce. Each week we will send out an email with the items in your box. We will also include store tips and recipes. 

What if I need to cancel my share? If for whatever reason you decide the CSA is not a good fit, we will offer a pro-rated refund. 

What if I go out of town and miss a box? If you go out of town we recommend donating your box to a neighbor, friend, or family member. If this is not an option we can add additional products to other boxes or in some cases add an additional week at the end of the CSA. 

Are your vegetables organic? This is probably the question we get most often. Our vegetables are not certified USDA organic nor do we intend to become certified organic. We do grow using organic methods. What that means is we don't use synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, or any other potential harmful substances on our farm. The methods we use to farm improve our soil, wildlife, and our health. We do plan to become Certified Naturally Grown. The main difference between CNG and USDA is CNG is peer reviewed farmers certifying our growing methods and not the government. 


 

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