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What is a CSA?
CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture. Becoming part of our CSA means that you, a member of our community, are making a choice to support our farm and to commit to healthy, local eating. You do this by purchasing a “share”, essentially paying up front for a season’s worth of vegetables. Your payment comes in the early spring when we need it most because we are busy purchasing all of the supplies we need to grow your food.

As a member of our CSA you will build a relationship with our farm and receive delicious and healthy vegetables, herbs and flowers at a discount from market prices. We will do our best to help you get the most out of your membership through newsletters, recipes and lots of opportunities to chat with us, your farmers! Our favorite part of the CSA is getting to build relationships with such wonderful people!

Want to learn more?  Click on the CSA Brochure link here for full details.

Ready to sign up?  Print off a paper application here or fill in the electronic form below.

2 comments

  1. Shannan McNair says:

    I am surprised that eggplant, celeriac and salad turnips are on the low list. I hope you will still have some of these 🙂

    • firmlyrooted says:

      I too was very surprised! We will still be growing a large volume of eggplant and will have the turnips weekly. You’ll be more then welcome to swap something for either of those if you’d like to see them frequently.
      We did decide to cut celeriac as it has never performed all that well for us it was so highly disliked!

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