Membership Details

Membership is good for the farmer, the land, and your health.

Learn more: 
1. What’s a Share?
2. Happy Members
3. Debit-Style CSA
4. Sample Shares
5. Crops
– Ready to Join? Return to Membership Page
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What’s a Share?

Membership is buying a ‘share’ of the farm’s harvest; it’s an investment we will grow into your salads, ratatouille, smoothies, and pizza toppings.  Membership guarantees you the freshest of the fresh.  Members choose  share items from the weekly harvest. Joining early helps your farmer plan and prepare for the season ahead and provides the capital to purchase seeds and materials to grow, grow, grow.

Happy Members:

-are open to trying new vegetables, or trying the usual vegetables in novel ways;
– enjoy eating with the seasons. Check out the recipe page for ideas;
-are interested in increasing fruit and veggie intake;
-understand the nature of farming and the risks involved such as weather, pests, and other causes of crop loss;
-communicate with their farmer: questions, comments, feedback, and changing pick-up time.

Debit-Style CSA

When you purchase a small or full summer CSA share, you open a ‘debit account’ with the farm. You can use those dollars to customize your weekly share with any available items, and you don’t lose out when you go on vacation.

Ready to Join? Return to Membership Main Page

 

Sample Shares:

Crops:

A variety of fruit, vegetables, herbs, eggs, and flowers will be available for members during the main season.

We do not extensively irrigate. This means that some crops take longer to grow. We do not grow for farmers markets in part to avoid the rush to have the first of the season. We are growing at Nature’s Pace.

Weather, wildlife, and other factors may impact crop planning, planting, and harvesting. Shares may be supplemented with items from partner farms with sustainable practices. Without further ado, our cast of characters:

Arugula
Basil
Beans
Beets
Carrots
Chard
Cherry tomatoes
Cilantro
Collard greens
Eggplant
Garlic
Kale
Lettuce
Onions
Parsley
Peppers
Potatoes
Radishes
Salad greens
Spinach
Summer squash
Sunflowers
Sunflower shoots
Tomatoes
Winter squash
Zucchini