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  • What is a CSA?
    CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture. It is a shared-risk approach to local food production that encourages consumers to purchase food products directly from producers in a partnership of mutual commitment and benefit. Consumers pay up-front early in the year for a 'share' of the farm. Customers or 'shareholders' support the farm by assuming some of the operating risk. They also share in its rewards with plentiful fresh-from-the-field produce throughout the season.
  • How does a 'Choice' CSA box work?
    When you arrive at the pick up location, you will notice that all of the products have a point value assigned to them. You then fill your box/basket/bag with whatever combination uses up your ponts. You will be able to choose the vegetables you want to use.
  • What do you plan on growing?
    This year, I will be planting many of the vegetables I have grown in my family garden for years. These include: green beans, beets, broccoli, carrots, cucumber, kale, leaf lettuce, cantaloupe, peas, jalapeno and bell peppers, pumpkins, radish, spinach, yellow squash, zucchini, banana squash, acorn squash, butternut squash, tomatoes and watermelon. Some new things that I have not grown before but am trying this year: basil, cilantro, dill, head lettuce, honeydew melon, mustard greens, green onions, parsley and spaghetti squash.
  • How do I get to the farm, and what are your hours?"
    Click here for detailed directions to the farm. If you would like a tour call ahead and we will gladly show you around and tell you about how we do what we do. Pick up of the CSA share will be every Tuesday from from the end of May through September. For egg or chicken pick-up please call to schedule a convenient time.
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