This year we are offering a sliding scale model for our CSA. This is a trust based model. You do not need to provide your economic details. We trust you are best able to assess your finances. We want you to decide what to pay based on your situation.
Things to consider when thinking about paying more: Do you own your own home? Do you have investments and savings? Do you have more resources or a high earning power/potential?
Reasons you may need to pay less: Do you have medical debts? Are you helping to support others? Are you on a fixed income or receiving state benefits?
10 weeks of veggies starting March 2024. Full shares choose 6-8 veggies each week.
10 weeks of veggies starting March 2024. Half shares choose 4 veggies each week.
Want to give a gift of love straight from the earth to your table? You pick the amount and we will send you a beautiful gift certificate.
We do offer solidarity shares through our Giving Garden to community members who live within 1 mile of the farm. We are very happy to be able to connect with our community in this unique way. Email Farmer Liz for more info.
398 North Putnam Grove Rd, Oak Hill
Free yoga class for all CSA members Wednesdays 430-530pm
7:00 am-12:00 pm
210 Sams Ave, NSB (Near Old Fort Park)
CSA means Community Supported Agriculture. It is a way to build community and invest in your local land stewards.
When you join a CSA, you are purchasing a “share” in a local farm. This means you are helping to pay for a portion of the farm’s expenses, and in exchange, receive a share of the farm’s bounty.
A CSA member is directly helping a farm by paying before the season begins. This helps farmers pay for seeds, supplies, and staffing.
You purchase a farm "share"
for a 10 week season and make a commitment to share with the farmer both the bounty of the land and some of the risk.
You pay the farmer at the beginning of the season and in return, each week you will pick up delicious produce picked just for you. Our CSA is a "free choice" style. You can choose what produce you would like each week. That means you are in charge of your meal plans and you can adjust your order each week as you need.
By joining our CSA you invest in the local economy and help keep our land productive, as well as, responsibly managed.
You can choose what produce you would like each week. Full shares will pick between 6-8 items each week. Half shares will pick 4 items each week. Here is a sample list of the produce we are growing for our Winter CSA
We love growing unique varieties like purple green beans, white carrots, yellow tomatoes. This website may help you decipher fruits and veggies that may be new to you.