CSA Program

What is a CSA?
Community-supported agriculture (CSA), is a form of an alternative food distribution. A CSA consists of a local community of individuals who pledge support to a farming operation where the growers and consumers share the risks and benefits of food production. Our CSA consists of weekly or bi-weekly delivery or pick-up of local, naturally grown produce. Each box contains between 8 to 10 season items.


Why join our CSA?
All of our members enjoy:
1. 20+ weeks of healthy, local, fresh, seasonal produce
2. Hand-grown, chemical-free food
3. Supporting the local economy and hard-working farmers
4. Farm updates, newsletters and recipes
5. Weekly , bi-weekly deliveries or pickups
6. Cooking and eating your favorite produce, as well as exploring new foods
7. Knowing where your food comes from and the farmers!


What’s in our CSA boxes?

We grow a large diversity of produce that grows seasonally in our region. For or summer session, which begins in June, we offer CSA boxes that are packed with 10 seasonal items every week!  Early in the season, you can expect seasonal items like leafy greens, peas,  radishes and other tender spring vegetables .  At the peak of the summer season (around August), your boxes will be packed with heirloom tomatoes, cucumbers, melons, summer greens and much more.  During the Fall session, boxes contain many of the great items from spring and summer as well as bountiful storage crops like potatoes, carrots, parsnips and squash.

Although we only offer one box size, we do offer an every-other-week option.  This option is great if you’re looking to try out your first CSA, as well as for a family of one or that cooks 2-4 meals a week. We want to make sure our customers have time to use all their produce before their next delivery day.


Our CSA boxes include:

  • Alliums:
    Garlic
    Leeks
    Onions
    Shallots
  • Brassicas:
    Broccoli
    Brussel Sprouts
    Cabbages
    Cauliflower
    Collards
    Kale
    Kohlrabi
    Romanesco
  • Curcubits:
    Cucumbers
    Summer Squash
    Melons
    Pumpkin
    Watermelons
    Winter Squash
  • Fruits:
    Berries
    Strawberries
    Rhubarb
  • Greens:
    Arugula
    Chard
    Chinese Greens
    Chois
    Endive
    Head Lettuce
    Microgreens
    Salad Mixes
    Spinach
  • Herbs:
    Basil
    Borage
    Chives
    Cilantro
    Dill
    Fennel
    Mint
    Parsley
    Oregano
    Parsley
    Purslane
    Sage
    Sorrel
  • Legumes:
    Beans
    Peas
    Cover Crop
  • Nightshades:
    Eggplants
    Peppers
    Potatoes
    Tomatillos
    Tomatoes
  • Roots:
    Beets
    Carrots
    Celeriac
    Parsnips
    Radishes
    Rutabagas
    Scallions
    Sunchokes
    Turnips
  • Value-added Items:
    Eggs
    Honey
    Farm-raised pork
    Grass-fed beef
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