Would you love to eat freshly picked, ecologically grown, seasonal produce? Would you like to know exactly where your food is coming from and that it was grown in a manner that is safe for you and the environment? Would you like to support a small farm, and family, that is working hard to produce high quality, highly nutritious food for you and their own families?
If you'd like to become a farm CSA member, we would love to have you and would be so honored! Scroll down to find out how it works or click here to go straight to pricing & dates.
How It Works
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a mutual commitment and understanding between the farmers and the farm members.
What's In A Box?
Our boxes will change week to week depending on what is in season and ready to be harvested. We offer one size share valued at $26.
How Do I Become
Our farm members pay up front for the cost of the
What If Something Goes Wrong?
Becoming a member means that you take on the same risks that we do, as the farmers.
Spring boxes will include produce like radish, spinach, fava beans, spring peas, salad mix, little gem, cilantro, beets, dill, kale, spring onions, chard, carrots & turnips.
Summer boxes will include snap beans, tomatoes, summer squash, basil, parsley, salad mix, cucumbers, zucchini, sweet peppers, carrots, asian greens, jalapeños, beets & onions.
April 24 - July 24
LOCAL ADD ONS
We have a variety of other local products you can add on to your weekly box. These are also paid for up front before the season begins. You can choose what add ons you would like on the form of the signup page.
Our Flower Share is a great way to ensure you have fresh flowers in your home each week!
Share includes one seasonal bouquet per week.
May 15 - July 24
Share includes one dozen OR one flat each week.
Share includes one 10 oz bag of organic beans per week. You may choose whole bean or ground.
BECOME A CSA MEMBER
Share includes one loaf of locally baked, organic sourdough bread each week.
Share includes a 1lb container of mixed mushrooms per week. Mushrooms will vary throughout the season.