To our share members, thank you for your partnership in our Summer CSA season!
We are taking memberships for the 2021Summer CSA season.
Download the 2021 Summer CSA Application here, print it and return it to the farm with payment.
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a fantastic opportunity for farmers and local consumers to join forces. The idea is simple. Your household or family becomes a shareholder in our farm by making a commitment to buy from us before the start of the growing season. We will then fill our greenhouse and fields with crops grown specifically for you that are freshly harvested each week. This concept brings together community members, farmers and agricultural land in a mutual support program based on this annual commitment to one another. This commitment helps to sustain the land and ensure the survival of farms for today and future generations. Members will receive a wide variety of sustainable and naturally grown food that is harvested at the peak of ripeness, flavor and vitamin and mineral content. Shareholders visit the farm once a week and pick up a mix and match selection of that week's bounty. Weekly full share distributions equal approximately one large bag of produce, enough for a family of two-four. In addition to the share we harvest for you, all share holders have access to our Pick-Your-Own-Garden, featuring green beans, culinary herbs, many kinds of tomatoes, in season vegetables, cut flowers and pumpkins. Our Summer CSA season runs from June-October. Our Late Fall/Winter Share runs from November-mid December. Last season was a great success and we look forward again to providing you with freshly harvested, chemical and pesticide free produce in exchange for your support of our sustainable growing method. We gladly accept: SNAP, HIP, CREDIT, DEBIT, and EBT towards farm stand purchases as well as CSA Memberships.
Cost: $600 Full Share $375 Half-Share $225 Quarter Share
Pick-up Days: Fridays 3-6pm, Saturdays 9-noon.
Cost: $300 Full Share $175 Half-Share
Pick-up Days: at your convenience
A typical CSA Season looks something like this: