The CSA Program

Member support through our CSA ( Community Supported Agriculture) program is what sustains our farm’s mission. Students grow and harvest the vegetables, deliver shares, and learn how to operate a small agricultural business. By becoming a member, you make that experience possible.

We offer two CSA seasons:

  • Summer Share:  10 weeks from early June to early August
  • Fall Share:  12 weeks from September to end of November

IMG_2616Summer Share Details:

Crops we are planning for the summer are:

  • Salad;  lettuce, lettuce mix, and salad greens
  • Greens:  kale, spinach, and swiss chard
  • Roots: red radishes, salad turnips, beets, garlic, onions, and potatoes
  • Summer Fruits:  cherry tomatoes, cucumbers, eggplants, peppers, tomatoes, summer squash, and zucchini
  • Other crops:  boc choy, broccoli, cabbage, green beans, and herbs

Please Note:  Like any CSA, we can not guarantee you will get all the crops listed above.  Fluctuations in weather and nature (pests, disease, etc) can affect the timing, quantity, and availability of all crops.

IMG_2326Choose the summer share that works best for you

We offer two share sizes:

  • Half share – $150
  • Full share – $250

We offer two ways to get your share:

  • Pickup at Spice Diva in Main Street Market on Friday afternoons
  • Delivery on Friday afternoons to your house or office ($20 delivery fee for summer season)

Add on a weekly egg share: either a dozen or a half dozen eggs.

Signup for a Summer CSA Share!

Please fill out the form to signup for a share:  https://goo.gl/forms/93oW4LQaPRp0PyO83

For questions or to receive more information about our CSA, please contact us:

 

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