Community supported agriculture (csa)
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is an effective way to build direct connections between farmers and local consumers. Community members pay the farmer an annual or seasonal membership fee by a certain due date to cover cost of production. In return, the members receive a share of the harvest during the local growing season. This is a mutually beneficial arrangement that assures the community member the freshest, sustainable produce and provides viable support for the farmer. CSA members enjoy the rewards of harvest as they share in the risks of farming.
CSA Membership Types
We are re-introducing our CSA this year.
A limited number of Farm Memberships are available for $250 for a 10 week season. (Seasons will be divided into 10 week sessions.)
Winter Season Begins January 2, 2014 and will continue to March 6.
Produce will be picked up at our farm in Hastings on Thursdays from 3:00-6:30 PM.
We provide a variety of fresh, pesticide-free vegetables grown EXCLUSIVELY ON OUR FARM by our family. Membership includes a box of 6-7 different products of vegetables, citrus, and herbs.
Our Winter Season begins in January and runs into March. Join EARLY to guarantee a place for you.
Examples of vegetables grown in the past
W = Winter crop S = Spring crop
Arugula-W Beets-W Broccoli- W Carrots-W,S Cabbage-W Cantaloupe-S Cauliflower-W Celery- W Cilantro-W,S Citrus- W Collards- W Cucumber-S Datil peppers-S Eggplant-S Green peppers-S Green Beans- S Kale- W Kohlrabi- W Lettuce-W Leeks- W Mustard Greens- W Okra-S Onions-W,S Parsnips- W,S Peas-S Potatoes-S Radicchio-W Radishes-W,S Rutabagas-W Spinach-W Sweet Potatoes-W Swiss Chard- W,S Sunflowers-S Tatsoi-W Tomatoes-S Turnips-W Various herbs Watermelon- S Yellow Squash-S Zucchini-S