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What is a CSA?

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a way for you to forge a relationship directly with the farmer who grows your food.  You share in the bounty of the season alongside the farmer.  Commitment to a CSA happens before the season begins and helps the farmer off-set some of the costs for seed and other starting costs.  As seasonal produce matures during the growing season, you will pick up what is available.

What CSA choices do you offer?

*Get local, hand-tended, and hand-harvested produce for about $30/week*
What to expect from your veggie CSA share:
Each week you will come to the farm and pick up 6-12 lbs of seasonal produce.  This size is adequate for feeding about 2-3 people. 
Additionally, there will be u-pick crops such as string beans, flowers, and more throughout the season.

We also have a weekly flower bouquet subscription:
Each week you will pick up a freshly cut flower bouquet.  All flowers are grown here on the farm.

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