Become a member of our Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program and receive a weekly share of our farm’s fresh, in-season organically grown produce at a Pick-up Location near you.
One of the most rewarding aspects of farming is getting to know the people who eat the wonderful food we grow, so from our very beginning in 1996 we have focused on creating a Community Supported Agriculture community.
More than simply a food delivery service, CSA creates a direct relationship between you and our farm – a partnership, if you will. It is a mutually beneficial arrangement where in exchange for your commitment to buy a share in our farm’s harvest, we commit to grow exceptionally high quality vegetables, herbs and fruit, and deliver a bountiful portion to you every week of the season.
Ultimately, we hope the food we grow will in small part contribute to you experiencing a deeper connection with nature and her cycles of creation and renewal, and most of all give you joy as you prepare and eat her nourishing gifts and come to know food as more than a commodity. It is connected to personal well-being, to relationships to family and friends, to the vitality and persistence of community and culture, and to the care and respect for the land.
Ongoing Membership with Choice Shares
Ongoing deliveries based on our Seasonal Delivery Schedules
Become a member of our farm’s CSA program and receive a share in our weekly harvest. With our Choice Shares you are able to see and make changes to pre-selected contents, either increasing or decreasing the number and types of items available from our weekly harvest. If you do not choose to change the contents, you will receive the pre-selected items. Deliveries are ongoing unless a Delivery Hold is placed or a subscription is cancelled (see our CSA Policies). The minimum value a Share can be is $25.00.Share & Option Info
Participating in our CSA program means experiencing the seasonality of your local produce. Over the course of the Season you will experience the changing nature of the harvest as different vegetables and fruits come and go in the Shares, some seemingly in the blink of an eye while others linger late into the Season.
April – November
Participation in our Main Season means experiencing the seasonal transitions of your local produce from Spring to Summer to Fall. These seasons provide a steady supply of favorites like kale, lettuce, carrots, beets, and summer squash; while adding an ongoing diversity of seasonal fruits and veggies that we are able to grow on our farm, like strawberries, raspberries, apples, various peppers, and dry-farmed tomatoes.
December – March
Participating in our Winter Season keeps dedicated members in touch with the Farm and receiving fresh, locally grown veggies during a period when many other farms are on hiatus. Winter is primarily a time of rest and recuperation on the Farm, and a part of our sustainable farming methods is to plant many of our fields with cover crops to recharge them over winter for our next Main Season. This means that produce variety and quantity are more limited than during the Main Season.