CSA Information


what is a csa?

CSA is Community Supported Agriculture. Simply put, it's a direct connection between the farmer and customer. The customer prepays or invests in the farm. This investment allows us to buy supplies, hire labor, etc. These customers, who we are dedicated to, receive a weekly order of fresh, seasonal fruits and vegetables. You are hiring the farmer to work for you, and your return on investment (ROI) is amazing food and better health! We offer a fresh alternative of nutrient-dense locally grown food. We’d love to grow for you!

keep in mind

We are not a grocery store, but grow the best seasonal vegetables you will find. This is a real farm and we grow as much as we can based on our geography, season and ability. We even grow through the winter, the quality in that season is unsurpassed. While ‘seasonal’ means availability of items truly comes and goes, it also means you are enjoying produce at the height of the season - at its freshest and healthiest. We do the heavy lifting during the year, and use the grocery store to supplement when things go out of season. For optimal health - eat as your ancestors did - seasonally! We’d love to be your seasonal fresh produce source. Join us!

how it works

  • Summer season is 16 weeks starting in April / May through August / September

  • Winter Season is 12 weeks from November through February.

  • You can pay all at once or in two installments.

  • We build in breaks during the season if we need them, due to weather conditions and larger farm chores.

  • You pay for a set number of deliveries during a particular season (i.e., 12 deliveries over 15 weeks, during the Winter).

  • Any changes in the delivery schedule are addressed in weekly emails and at pickups, so there are no surprises.


Below are some examples of what you can expect in your CSA each season:

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SPRING sample share

Lettuce, Spinach, Peas, Strawberries

(pick 1 for S/M, 2 for L)
Chard, Kale, Chinese Cabbage, Bok Choy, Cabbage (red/green), Broccoli, Cauliflower

(pick 1 for S/M, 2 for L)
Carrots, Beets, Radishes, Onions, Turnips

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summer sample share

Potatoes, Onions, Squash/Zucchini, Tomatoes (slicing), Tomatoes (cherry), Melons (assorted), Beans, Corn, Eggplant, Sweet Peppers


choose your pickup location at checkout!