Hunter Hill Winter CSA

Winter CSA – open only to current CSA members

$240/8 pick-ups
7-9 item share
pick up every Wednesday, November 17th through January 5th

We’re excited to offer a second 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!

Winter CSA Member Agreement

    First Name*

    Last Name*

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    Email*

    Phone*

    Pick Up Location*

    Pick Up Day*

    I have read and understand the CSA Member Agreement.*

    Payment Option*
    We are accepting cash or checks, both of which can be dropped off at our farm by appointment or during main season regularly scheduled CSA pick ups.

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    GROWER PROFILES

    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.

    Monocacy Farm Project is a 10-acre farm situated on 53 acres in Bethlehem. It is owned by The School Sisters St. Francis and is managed by Eli Stogsdill as an organic and natural agriculture demonstration and production farm. The project includes community gardens, educational programs for children and adults, and vegetable production dedicated to supporting low-income families, soup kitchens, and homeless shelters.

    Rodale Institute is growing the organic movement through research, farmer training, and consumer education. Dan Kemper and Jesse Barrett grow Certified Organic produce in Kutztown for the Rodale Farm ASC program.

    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.

    The Good Farm is a Certified Organic CSA farm on 18 acres of land in beautiful northwestern Lehigh County, near the base of the Blue Mountain. The Good Farm is owned and operated by John and Aimee Good, with their children Celia and Lyle Good. Previously, John and Aimee Good owned and operated Quiet Creek Farm at The Rodale Institute for 11 years, also a certified organic 200+ member CSA.

    Willow Haven Farm is a small, family farm located in New Tripoli. The farm is operated by Reuben and Tessa DeMaster and their children. The DeMasters are dedicated to growing organic vegetables for the Lehigh Valley, and are committed to following the strict requirements of the National Organic Program and have done so for over 10 years.

    Wonder Garden is a Certified Organic family farm located in Hellertown. It is owned by Yiting Hu and Mei Xiang. As organic growers, they believe farming should work in harmony with nature, not kill it.