What is a CSA?

CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture.

Customers pay in full at the start of the season in exchange for a weekly portion of the farm’s vegetables for the duration of the growing season.

CSAs cut down the overhead for farmers, giving customers access to the freshest product with the least mark-up of any buying arrangement by eliminating the middle man (grocery stores!). Farmers receive their capital at the beginning of the season, when we need it most.


Week 1 half share 2016

Why Joining a CSA is GREAT

Eat Healthy, Seasonally, and Locally

  • Freshly harvested vegetables are the cornerstone of a healthy diet. Cooking your own food keeps you in charge of how much fat, salt, and sugar go into what you and your family eat every day.
  • Experience the bounty that is available in our region during the season when it grows.

Build Local Community

  • Support small, local farms instead of industrial agriculture and national box stores.
  • Join with a group of like-minded people who are committed to the health of our region.

Protect Our Environment

  • Reduce your food miles! That means less CO2 emissions from transporting and refrigerating produce across long distances.
  • Supporting sustainable farming practices protects groundwater and rivers from pesticide and fertilizer pollution.

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Is a CSA Share Right For You?

There are many reasons why people love having a CSA share and an equal number of reasons why people do not. Here’s a short list to help you decide if getting a share with our farm is right for you:

If you…

  • want to eat more produce or already include vegetables as an important part of your diet
  • enjoy improvising and/or making creative substitutions when cooking
  • put food up by canning, freezing, dehydrating, or fermenting
  • love all kinds of vegetables and/or are always up for trying something new
  • want to eat fresh, chemical-free, locally grown food without breaking the bank

…we think you’d enjoy our CSA.

If you…

  • mostly eat out and/or don’t have time for cooking
  • enjoy or feel more comfortable cooking with an exact recipe
  • dislike many vegetables and/or are a “picky” eater
  • go out of town a lot

…we think you’d enjoy the farmer’s market.

What’s In a Weekly Share?

Spring Sample
lettuce, snap peas, hakurei turnips, new potatoes, radishes, spinach, arugula


Week 4 full share 2016

Summer Sample
yellow wax beans, carrots, sweet peppers, tomatoes, zucchini/squash, cucumbers, swiss chard


Week 13 half share 2016

Fall Sample
beets, onions, bok choi, winter squash, kale, watermelon radishes, cabbage


Week 15 full share 2016

What’s available seasonally
Even the best laid plans are subject to change.

Spring Summer Fall
Vegetables
arugula
beets
broccoli
cabbage
carrots
celery
chinese greens
collards
green onions
kale
leeks
lettuce
mustard greens
onions
peas
radishes
salad greens
salad mix
spinach
swiss chard
turnips

Herbs
chives
thyme
cilantro
rosemary
parsley
mint
oregano
sage

Vegetables
beets
carrots
chinese greens
cucumber
eggplant
garlic
green beans
hot peppers
kale
leeks
lettuce
okra
onions
peas
potatoes
salad mix
summer squash
sweet peppers
swiss chard
tomatillos
tomatoes
zucchini

Fruits
watermelons

Herbs
basil
chives
thyme
rosemary
mint
oregano
sage

Vegetables
arugula
beets
broccoli
carrots
chinese greens
collards
eggplant
green onions
kale
kohlrabi
leeks
lettuce
mustard greens
onions
potatoes
radishes
salad mix
spinach
sweet peppers
sweet potatoes
swiss chard
tomatoes
turnips
winter squash

Herbs
chives
thyme
cilantro
rosemary
parsley
mint
oregano
sage

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