A full share is estimated to be plenty of produce for a family of 4 that eats a moderate amount of vegetables, or an individual or couple who eats a lot of veggies, or who preserve excess for winter.
A half share is estimated to be plenty of produce for a couple or individual who eats a moderate amount of veggies, or a family who eats a small amount of veggies. It is half the amount of a full share.
How is CSA different from farmers markets/grocers?CSA members join for the year & make a one-time payment at the beginning of the year to support the farm’s operating costs.
What are some benefits of being a CSA member?A plentiful share of our farm’s weekly harvest, from about the 1st week of June through Thanksgiving. Access to the Pick-Your-Own garden to gather a fresh bouquet of cut flowers, herbs and other edibles when in season.
What is in a share?Items in the CSA share vary in quantity and availability from week to week depending on what is in season and what is ready to pick.
Will I save money being a CSA member?Yes! In 2017, our CSA Family share members received a grand total of 558 lbs. of produce! The total retail market value of this was $1,771.28 - an avg. of $3.17/lb.
Are there different kinds of shares available?Yes! We offer full shares, single shares, and work shares!
How do I get my share?Most pickups are at the farm, from our farm stand!