CSA - Community Supported Agriculture
Community-supported agriculture (CSA model) is a system that connects the producer and consumers within the food system more closely by allowing the consumer to subscribe to the harvest of a certain farm or group of farms. In return for subscribing to a harvest, subscribers receive either a weekly or bi-weekly box of produce or other farm goods. This includes in-season fruits and vegetables and can expand to dried goods, eggs, milk, meat, etc
What We Offer
We include everything we produce in your box including veggies, herbs, fruits, mushrooms, flowers and eggs according to seasons. Mushrooms such as oyster mushrooms and lions mane are normally available in the spring and fall. Strawberries and cherries are available in June followed by apricots, plums, berries, peaches and apples. In early season, we also include dried fruits and nuts in the box.
Your weekly box is ready for pickup every Wednesday or Sunday between 4-6pm on the farm from May to September. You can always defer your box when you are away on vacations.
Do you care about where and how is your food produced? Do you enjoy cooking with fresh, seasonal and no spray ingredients? Do you embrace the challenge of learning new recipes with unfamiliar veggies? If you answer yes to the above questions, then join our CSA weekly veggie box program. Registration closes on April 30. Early birds (payment before March 15) get 10% off!
Thank you for supporting local farmers like us and look forward to meeting you.