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Join our 2018 CSA (Community Supported Agriculture). It’s a like having a subscription to the freshest greens, vegetables, herbs, fruit, and flowers!
We use sustainable methods to build healthy soils; we grow our flowers and produce from old-fashioned or unusual seeds; and we harvest them just before you get them. These practices ensure flavor, texture, and freshness that can only be achieved on local, diversified farms.
Our salad mix draws raves for its taste and longevity. Customers praise the sweetness of our carrots and strawberries. And who knew a turnip could taste so good? Our tomatoes and spinach stand up for themselves, too. New this year: microgreens – versatile tiny-leaved greens that add flavor and crunch to salads, soups, and main courses.
We craft our floral bouquets with a mix of flowers and greens to delight the eye and the heart. They’re sure to add happiness and joy to your home.
Produce CSA – $300.
Every other Wednesday from mid-May through the end of September, members get a bag of our freshest, most vibrant produce. 10 bags total..
Each bag will include a list of the contents to help identify anything that may be unfamiliar to you. Before delivery, you will receive an email newsletter with recipes that are fun to make and good to eat.
The contents will vary from week to week depending on what’s in season. Of course, farming is dependent on many natural variables, and these may affect the variety and amount in a share.
Bouquet CSA – $190.
Our bouquets highlight the colors and textures of our seasonal flower harvest. Two options available: One tall (fills one 10″ vase) OR two short (fills two 5″ vases) sleeved bouquets every other week from mid-May through the end of September. 10 tall or 20 short bouquets total.
Download our CSA 2018 Signup Form to enjoy a summer full of great things from our farm. Wednesday pickup in Lewisburg 8am-3pm; Elysburg, or at our farm near the Southern Columbia school campus, after 3pm. Available late-May, weather permitting.