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CSA Membership

Partner with your local farmer and invest in sustainable agriculture through Community Supported Agriculture (CSA). In a CSA model, members purchase shares of the harvest in advance and enjoy regular installments of fresh, wholesome food throughout the season. This investment allows farmers to purchase supplies and plan efficiently for the season and members have the opportunity to engage in the production of their food. We like to involve our CSA members in the farm in as many ways as we can including the selection of annual veggie varieties, farm work days, educational tours, seasonal updates, year-end member feedback surveys, and annual member appreciation picnics. After all, we couldn't do this without you!

Coming Soon...​

Specialty Baskets

Salsa Basket: $TBA

Available July-September

Make your own fresh salsas this summer! From a classic pico de gallo to an unusually delicious strawberry salsa, and even a watermelon salsa, each basket comes with a recipe and all the fresh ingredients to make the perfect seasonal accompaniment to any meal.

Salad Basket: $TBA

Available April-October

Includes a mix of heritage baby lettuces and greens in a variety of colors, flavors, and textures, along with ​your favorite fresh-eating veggies and fruits: cukes, tomatoes, onions, carrots, snap peas, radishes, zucchinis, strawberries, and more! Each basket includes a fresh herb bouquet garni to make your own delectable dressings, or toss into broths, soups, or stews for lovely aromatic flavor!

Winter Larder Basket: $TBA

Available September-December

Savor the flavors of summer through the winter with an assortment of canned goods and preserves made from our farm-grown goodies. Baskets will include a variety of:

  • Jams and jellies - both savory and sweet

  • Pie filling

  • Tomato bruschetta

  • Pickles and relishes

  • Chutneys and tapenades

These twice-monthly baskets are themed to be more universal and "user-friendly" so as to fit into the lifestyles of busy individuals or families that can't quite make full use of a typical CSA produce share- a popular and easy way to eat your veggies!
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