Community Supported Agriculture

Your Food Deserves Better. 

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What is a CSA?

CSA's originated in Japan in the 1960's - to help others have a better understanding of where their food came from. The United States adapted this concept in the 1980's. 

Essentially members of a farmers local community purchase a share in order to guarantee farm fresh products on a pre-determined timeframe. It is a passion of ours to not only provide local families with high quality products, but also teach them how their food should be raised/grown. 

 

We look forward to helping you gain a lasting relationship with one of your local farmers, become a member of our CSA here

What to Expect

When you sign up for our Community Support Agriculture (CSA) share you can expect to receive the bounties that we harvest from our gardens each and every week starting early June through late October. (20 weeks) In addition to your produce, you can look forward to pasture raised, GMO free chicken every other week (10 in total) and farm fresh eggs the weeks you do not get chicken. 

Our intention is to provide our customers with a weekly basket of items that will supply your family with several meals throughout the week. 

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Farm Pickup Only

Our CSA shares are available for pick up only. 

Every Sunday from 12 - 4 (normal market hours).