2021 Vegetable CSA Info (2021 sign-ups are CLOSED!!!)

We are here to grow food for you!

Our vegetable CSA aims to provide fresh, healthy and affordable food to our local community. Our shares include a weekly assortment of the best vegetables our farm has to offer throughout the season.

What is a CSA: CSA stands for community supported agriculture. Investing up-front in a seasons worth of produce helps our farm thrive and allows us to plan our crops and finances for the coming season.

When: from June7-October 4 (total of 18 weeks)

What time/Where: pick-ups will be Monday afternoons from 4-6pm at the farm

Pricing:

We aim to make our vegetables affordable and accessible while also bringing in enough money to keep this small farm business thriving. Our “pay what you can” approach is meant to keep fresh, organic, locally-grown vegetables on everyone’s table and allow our community to thrive together.

The Basic Price is what we would consider a “fair” price for our produce. This price reflects a 15%-20% discount off our retail prices at farmers’ market.

The Sustaining Price is here for those that are able to pay a little more to support our small farm business and our community. By subscribing as a sustainer you will help us continue to offer the discounted price and keep our vegetables accessible to everyone in our community.

The Discounted Price is here for those customers who would like to access locally-grown, organic vegetables but find the price of a CSA share cost prohibitive. We do not require any other information from you to access this price. We leave it up to the customer to choose the share price that best suits their financial needs.

Discounted PriceBasic PriceSustaining Price
Large Share $400$495$565
Small Share $234$292$344

What does a share include: based on our retail prices at farmers market a regular share will on average include$32 worth of vegetables/week and a half share will on average include $19 worth of vegetables/week.

As the season progresses the weekly shares will change to reflect the harvest.

Crops we grow include:

  • kale
  • chard
  • spinach
  • salad greens
  • arugula
  • lettuce
  • bok choi
  • cabbage
  • broccolini
  • head broccoli
  • culinary herbs
  • napa cabbage
  • beets
  • radishes
  • scallions
  • snap peas
  • green beans
  • carrots
  • winter squash
  • potatoes
  • onions
  • garlic
  • celeriac
  • celery
  • kohlrabi
  • cherry tomatoes
  • sandwich tomatoes
  • bell peppers
  • hot peppers
  • eggplant
  • slicing cucumbers
  • pickling cucumbers
  • zucchini
  • summer squash
  • sweet corn
  • strawberries

Examples of a June share might be-

regular share: one bunch of bok choi,one bunch of chard, one bunch of salad (haukurei) turnips, one bunch of scallions, a bunch of kohlrabi, a bag of salad greens, a head of lettuce, a bunch of cilantro, a bunch of garlic scapes and a half pint of sugar snap peas.

half share: one bunch of kale (or chard), a pint box of broccolini, a bag of salad greens, a bunch of garlic scapes and a half pint of snap peas.

In August a share would be somthing like this–

regular share: one bunch of chard, a bag of salad greens, one pound of cucumbers, one pound of zucchini, a box of cherry tomatoes, two big beef tomatoes, a cabbage, a bunch of basil, a head of lettuce and a head of broccoli.

half share: a head of lettuce, a half pound cucumber, a half pound zucchini, a box of cherry tomatoes, a big beef tomato, a bunch of basil and a head of broccoli