Winter CSA – thanks for your interest!
7-9 item share
pick up every Wednesday, November 9 through December 28, 3:30pm-6:30pm
We’re excited to offer a third year of Winter CSA to extend availability of local, seasonal veggies! The Winter CSA is an excellent option for passionate, local-food-loving CSA members. Each weekly share will be a combination of produce sourced from multiple small farms (including our own). Grower profiles of the local farmers who may provide produce for this season’s Winter CSA are below. We are growing a complementary roster of winter storage veggies and hardy greens including, but not limited to:
Beets, Butternut Squash, Cabbage, Carrots, Fennel, Garlic, Kale, Kohlrabi, Lettuce, Onions, Potatoes, Spinach, Sweet Potatoes, Turnips, Winter Radishes
Please read through the Winter CSA Member Agreement before signing up!
Good Work Farm is a small, diversified, draft-powered farm in Nazareth growing vegetables, fruit, herbs, and flowers. Anton Shannon and Lisa Miskelly use sustainable growing practices to produce fresh, healthy, and local vegetables. They are committed to growing high quality vegetables using sustainable cultural practices to build fertile soil and resilient community.
Hunter Hill CSA is a small, family farm run by Dan and Katy Hunter in Forks Township. Dan and Katy care deeply about no-till, regenerative agriculture that enriches the soil, traps more carbon dioxide, and makes heaps of nutritious, chemical-free produce and flowers.
Terra Fauna Farm is a small farm located in Northampton and run by Heather and Greg Edelman. They are committed to the challenge of farming using methods that are respectful to the soil, animals, community and ecosystem they inhabit. Terra Fauna vegetables are grown in a sustainable way using only organic methods.
Taproot Farm George Brittenburg and Ola Creston founded Taproot Farm in 2009 in Shoemakersville, Pennsylvania. Farming was a natural fit for George and Ola, who have spent their entire adult lives fighting for social and environmental justice issues. In 2014 the family purchased the pristine farmland they had been renting for many years and in 2016 expanded their land to include a new blueberry farm just a mile down the road. Taproot Farm has been Certified Organic since the Spring of 2017, and has been in organic production since the beginning.