We send out emails most weeks offering up Preorder Bags of produce from our farm. We call these our Season's Best Bags.
If you are not on our email list and would like to be please email:
398 North Putnam Grove Rd, Oak Hill
7:00 am-12:00 pm
210 Sams Ave, NSB (Near Old Fort Park)
CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture. Our CSA offers the unique opportunity for local farmers and their community to join forces into a mutually beneficial relationship. It is a popular way for consumers to buy top quality, local, seasonal produce directly from farmers.
You purchase a farm share for a growing 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 CSA and in return, each week you will receive a basket full of fresh picked, peak of ripeness, delicious, organic vegetables grown by a farmer you personally know and trust. In addition to your incredible produce, you will also receive a weekly e-newsletter with recipes, farm updates, and other useful tidbits.
You get to reconnect with your food source, support your local economy, and foster environmental education in your community. By joining our CSA you invest in the local economy and help keep our land productive, as well as, responsibly managed.
You bet they do! Members can volunteer for 4 hours during the CSA program and receive a $25 discount. Not only are you connecting with your food source, but you are saving money, too!
CSA Members also receive 20% off any additional vegetables they purchase from us at market.
We’ve gathered just a few of the many reasons why a CSA might be right for you!
Your basket will be filled with the freshest vegetables so it just depends what is in season at the time. Here is an example of one week's whole share basket, but keep in mind that the vegeatbles change depending on the season!
Click on a file to download & discover what is in season in our area throughout the year.
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.