We filled all of our 2022 season spots so quickly that we didn't even have time to update this page or offer it to the general public. See below for information about our CSA and consider getting on the waiting list for 2023.
Our CSA program provides members exclusive access to the freshest produce available. All produce included in the weekly order is grown by us, using organic practices, and picked and packed fresh. Contact us today to sign up for the 2021 season.
What is a CSA?
It is sometimes called a vegetable co-op, a weekly box, or produce subscription. It stands for “Community Supported Agriculture”. We use this term because community is important to us and we know that it is important to you. Small farms often operate on a small amount of capital and are subject to many other risk factors such as inclement weather, flooding, drought, insect infestations, and disease.
Becoming a part of a CSA means that you are becoming part of the farm. You are investing in a local small farm family and impacting the community. You are sharing in the risk and reward that the farmers are living with every day. You will be blessed with the bounty of the season and enable community minded farmers to pay it forward to those in need.
The benefits of this partnership go beyond simply having weekly fresh veggies (you could get that through the mail). You are…
Keeping dollars in the local economy.
Seeing where and how your food is grown.
Visiting the farm and the farmer.
Connecting to the seasons through food.
Being a creative and adventurous cook.
Feeling better because ALL our produce is chemical free and grown using organic practices.
Each week for 15 weeks we pack a bag just for you of the freshest produce for just $350. This is the best way to receive the type of produce that we supply. There are no chemicals or tricks to falsify ripeness or prolong freshness. Many of the varieties that we specialize in cannot be shipped because of their delicate nature. You will receive an email informing you of what is being harvested that week and what you can expect in your bag.
1 bag lettuce
3 medium tomatoes
3 bell peppers
2 squash or zucchini
1 sugar baby watermelon
6 ears sweet corn
Add-ons and Options
Often we will have a surplus of a particular crop or variety. If you see in the email something that you are interested in that is not coming in your bag, just let us know and we will be sure to include it. Last season we had many customers who ordered bulk tomatoes or green beans for canning.
We also specialize in delicious homemade jams. Last season we canned over 30 varieties! We will keep you updated on what is happening in the kitchen.
If you know the nutritional value of local honey, you understand that it is a great way to fight allergies. We are proud to partner with RJ Honey and offer their honey in all sizes. They are just around the corner from the farm, so many of his bees visit us and are our best pollinators. In fact, they have brought us 2 bee boxes that are located directly adjacent to our growing areas.