As a member, you'll enjoy purely seasonal, organic produce. Much of it is heirloom, none of it is genetically modified. Your early packages may include spinach, lettuces, carrots, chard, radishes, peas, and more. As the season progresses, you'll be tasting eggplant, peppers, tomatoes, beans, cabbage, broccoli, beets, cauliflower, scallions, sweet onions, cucumbers, summer squash, melons, kale, herbs, and many other fresh flavors. Towards the end of the season, we'll load you up on storage crops so you can continue enjoying shallots, winter squash, onions, garlic, and Brussels sprouts.
HOW DOES OUR CSA WORK?
It's pretty straightforward. You pay us this winter for the upcoming season's veggie share. We offer three sizes: Small (1-2 people- $300), Half (2-3 people- $400), and Whole (3-5 people- $600).
When the first harvest comes (early to mid-June), we prepare weekly bags of produce for you to pick up at the farm during the designated pick-up hours. The package will be enough for a full week. When we have surplus veggies, you will be able to choose extras from the "free-choice" table. This allows you to take more of what you love and leave behind what you don't love. Each week, you'll return your bag and we'll replace it with a new one, full of fresh veggies. This goes on for 18-20 weeks.
We harvest on Wednesdays and Thursdays. You pick up on Thursdays or Saturdays. So, your vegetables will be as fresh as possible. You will also receive weekly email updates about the farm, the shares, and fresh ideas for how to use some of the produce.
WHAT'S OUR CSA ALL ABOUT?
The CSA program is an agreement between the you as the member and us as the farmers. You pay us in the winter for the next summer's vegetables; we supply you with an abundance of fresh vegetables for 18-20 weeks. We grow about 2 acres of produce for over 100 families. Without compromise, everything we produce is completely chemical-free, so you can rest assured that you're eating pure veggies. Our fields are also piled high with compost made on the farm from leaves, garden scraps, and manure. Soil health is always our top priority. And that soil produces beautiful, healthy vegetables for you.