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What is a CSA?

CSA, or community supported agriculture is just that, a farm supported by its community. By participating in a CSA subscription farmers have access to income when their greatest expenses occur, before the season begins. It allows the farmer to focus on growing quality produce for its customer’s rather than focusing their energy on marketing or sales. CSA's are organized in many different ways with multiple payment structures, depending on the needs of the farmer.


What We Offer:

We offer a 20-30 week CSA and give our members a variety of vegetables and fruits in either a full or half share. We ask for a minimum of 50% deposit at the time you reserve your share. The remaining 50% is due at the first pick up.

To purchase a share please click here.

Why Eat Locally?

Eating local has so many benefits both to you and the local community. Locally grown food is obviously fresher, often harvested within just a day or two before you get it but it also has more flavor. When you know your farmer you can be sure of how your food was grown and know that your food dollars are going to have a greater impact on the local economy. 

Environmental Sustainability

Farmers, more than anything else, are stewards of the soil. As stewards we must make the responsibility of sustainability our number one priority. What this means to me is simple, it is my job to make sure that each year my land is healthier and more productive than the year before while using fewer inputs. Making this my priority means that there are times where I must sacrifice production potential during a season to ensure the future health of the eco-system.

What We Grow:

  • Tomatoes

  • Peas

  • Green Beans

  • Eggplant

  • Peppers, Sweet and Hot

  • Tomatillos

  • Broccolli

  • Cauliflower

  • Brussel Sprouts

  • Kale

  • Cabbage

  • Summer Squash

  • Winter Squash

  • Melons

  • Watermelon

  • Corn

  • Salad Mix

  • Head Lettuce

  • Variety of mixed greens

  • Beets

  • Radish

  • Kohlrabi

  • Rutabaga

  • Turnips

  • Leeks

  • Onions

  • Celery

  • Spinach

  • Carrots

  • Swiss Chard

  • Pumpkins

  • Herbs

  • Flowers

  • Apples

  • Pears

  • Apricots

  • Honey

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