Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)

Please note our 2018 is sold out! Thanks!

In winter, it is really hard to imagine the abundant fresh food that can and will spring forth from the dreary landscape--but that is exactly what farmers do every year. While the outside world seems most bleak, we buy potting soil and seeds and new tools.

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a way to directly share in that investment--and reward. By purchasing vegetables in advance, you help finance our winter investment. Then, from May through October, you get to enjoy the best of the farm's offerings each week.

The nitty gritty details:

Our goal is for you to find CSA easy and convenient. We offer home delivery, and every week's share will be curated to make sense in the kitchen. Before you receive your share, we'll send out storage tips and recipe ideas. We'll also let you know first when we have a bumper crop, giving you a discount off market prices if you wish to preserve in bulk.

A sample week early in the season might include: salad greens, carrots, beets, peas, and thyme. Later on, we’ll have tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, and much more!

Growing Practices

The short story is that we mostly use organic compost and many different kinds of mulch to build up the soil and build healthy plants. We use physical barriers such as a thin fabric cloth (row cover) to deter insects, as necessary. We do not use chemicals--herbicides or pesticides--and we mostly use organic and/or open-pollinated seeds (no GMO's).

The native soil on the property was tested prior to growing so we know it is safe from lead and other heavy metals. Click here for more info on our growing practices and philosophy.