What is a CSA?
Community Supported Agriculture, or CSA, is the formation of a personal relationship, between the farmer, and the consumer.
A CSA member pays for a entire seasons worth of vegetables before the season starts. This enables the farmer to make seed purchases, perform equipment repair, purchase supplies, and make a accurate plan to ensure a bountiful year!
By becoming a member, you are entitled to a weekly share of the garden. But you can’t have the good, without the bad. This includes a share of any crop failures. While we give everything to make every crop a success, every now and then they don’t succeed. But remember, a failure one place, usually heralds a bounty in another!
The great part of being a member, is the connection you make with the food you eat. If you opt in for the working share, that connection is deepened as you learn how the different vegetables grow, and what it takes to harvest them!
It is a great learning experience for all ages!
Each share is good for 16 weeks of farm fresh produce. June 23rd-October 6th
A share is $550, or if you want a more hands on experience, $510 for a working share (working share is 5 hours, split into two, 2.5 hour sessions. Kids more than welcome!)
1 share=enough vegetables for 2 people, or a family with small children.
Every Friday your share will be harvested fresh, and available for pick up at the farm.
Member benefits also include access to the barn yard, to visit with the animals, on pick up days.