We are beyond grateful to be entering the 5th growing season of our farm. As we open up CSA signups for another year, I am struck by how much we have learned in the past year (and in every new year for that matter). Farming has continued to surprise me. I love the work of farming and the connection it has brought me to those who eat what is grown here. We are continually thankful for our CSA members who share their lives with us and open their fridges and menus to real seasonal eating.

Our Summer CSA season starts on June 4th/5th and runs through October 29th/30th (depending on your pickup day).

To sign up for our summer CSA, click either the full or half share icons below. This will take you to the sign up form where you will choose a pickup location, possibly add an egg or kale share, and let us know how you plan on paying. We do ask for a $100 non-refundable deposit when you sign up and the remainder of the share cost at your first pickup. This deposit and early payment really helps the farm survive the spring when costs are high (seed purchases, propane for the greenhouse, payroll of employees) and there isn’t much produce to sell yet. We also want to be a farm that’s accessible for everyone so if this type of payment doesn’t work for you, please send us an email and we can come up with a payment plan.

Please read our CSA Member Commitment:

As a CSA member you agree to pick up your share on time and on your selected pickup day. If this is not possible you will send a friend, relative, or neighbor instead. If you forget and you wish to pick up your produce at the farm later that week, you need to contact us within 24 hours of your scheduled pickup time. Leftover produce is either eaten by us, farm workers, or the chickens.

Full Share - Members pick up every week and is typically good for a family of 4 or more, or for 2 people if they eat more vegetables than the typical person, or if they want to preserve some of the harvest by canning or freezing.

Half Share - Members pick up a Full Share every other week and is typically good for 1 or 2 people or those who are new to the CSA concept and want to test the waters.  Since we grow and pick all of the produce on or just before pick up day, the produce is a fresh as possible and should last for those two weeks.  Half shares also choose if they'd like to start their CSA the first or second week of June, and then continue picking up their share every other week until the end of October.