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Organic Summer CSA

fresh vegetables, organic summer CSAWhen purchasing an organic summer CSA share, members receive a basket of fresh locally grown vegetables once a week during the growing season, and a real connection to their food and farmer.

The program season has averaged 18-21 weeks (nature allowing) from mid-June to late October. For 2021, the season is estimated to start June 6th to October 16th!

Summer CSA Details – Join Our CSA today!

Huge Lettuce, organic summer CSA

  • A half share is sized to feed a young family or a couple, priced at $525.35 which works out to $27.65/week.
  • A full share is sized to feed larger families, vegans and vegetarians, priced at $997.50/season working out to $52.50/week.
  • There is a weekly drop off at set locations of $2.75/day. On farm pick-up is free! People who opt for multiple shares only pay 1 in-town drop-off fee.

We have various Pick-Up Locations.

We are able to offer CSA boxes with full customization based on seasonal availability working with the Harvie Platform! We also offer weekly and bi-weekly pick ups for your convenience.  As well as the ability to move a share and double up on a future week so you don’t lose your box and can plan ahead for holidays.

What can I expect in my Summer CSA Box?

Each week you’ll receive a mix of in-season fresh produce. Items you could find:

  • green onions
  • radishes
  • pac choi
  • kholarabi
  • specialty salad greens
  • head lettuce
  • broccolli
  • cauliflower
  • parsley
  • carrots
  • beets
  • fennel
  • green beans
  • leek
  • tomatoes
  • corn
  • kale
  • swish chard
  • cucumbers
  • peas
  • shallots
  • onions
  • potatoes
  • zucchini
  • peppers
  • eggplants
  • rutabaga
  • turnip
  • chinese cabbage
  • celeriac
  • herbs
  • garlic
  • watermelon
  • cantelope
  • strawberries
  • rhubarb

We work hard to ensure a bountiful harvest and plant a large variety of vegetables, herbs and some fruit. Sometimes weather, disease or pests will affect the harvest and members agree to share this risk with the farmer.