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What is CSA?

Community Supported Agriculture is a system by which customers enjoy weekly pickups of fresh produce throughout the growing season after paying a discounted price before the season begins. Read a complete explanation at www.localharvest.org/csa/

How It Works

CSA shares include an assortment of vegetables picked up at the farm hours (or even minutes) after they are harvested. Pickups are Tuesdays or Fridays, from noon to 7pm, and run June through October (20 weeks total).

A whole share provides a generous amount of produce for 2 to 4 people, and a half share is sized for 1 or 2 people, depending on diet. Weekly pickups consist of ten to twenty different vegetables, according to what is in season. Half share members choose any 6 of these items (or multiple servings of the same item), and whole share members choose 12. We grow many heirloom and popular varieties of over 40 different vegetables. Also part of your CSA membership is the opportunity to cut your own flowers and herbs from the farm throughout the season.


Share Prices

Veggie CSA  
Paid in full by first pickup

Whole Share
$675
Half Share
$450

*We ask that veggie shares are not split between more than one household

Egg share (a dozen eggs at each weekly pickup) - $120

Broiler shares, whole and half hogs, and Thanksgiving turkeys are also available - see "Products" menu for more information.


Become a Member

Vegetable CSA Shares are SOLD OUT for the 2017 season.