Our CSA philosophy:
Its food with a cause! Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) members are supporting our community our farm, and our effort re-localize and regionalize our food shed and economy!
When you purchase a CSA share or Market Credit, you are investing in our farm and the local food community. Each preseason CSA purchase is seen as an operating loan for which you are repaid with produce. CSA members receive 10 – 15% “interest” (produce over the cash value of the share)
2017 traditional (CSA) shares.
- Weekly Pick Up: Saturdays 10 am – 2 pm. (if you are unavailable on a Saturday, you can pick up Wednesday with advanced notice)
- “Market Style”, we post a board with the weeks share of the harvest and you pick it out of the produce cooler. There are always options so you can pick what you like!
- Full Share $400– pickups run from Saturday the 10th of June, to Saturday the 7th of October.
- 4 Pack $100- Good for any four weeks of shares. We will send you a punch card and you can come get the weeks share whenever you would like through the season. It makes a great gift for your foodie friends and family. Or its a good way to find out what a CSA is all about! 4-packs can be purchased online as well as at the farm until the first week of September!
- Day Pass $25- Good for one CSA pickup. The day pass gets you one CSA share. The day pass can be purchased on site any Saturday!
You can purchase through the website with a card or paypal or you can call Derek or Kamise at 303-525-1116 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
If weekly Pickup isn’t your thing, check out or market credit.
The weekly share varies depending on season. A typical early share (June-July) would consist of things like, head and leaf lettuce, chives, green garlic, bock choy, turnips, salad turnips, baby beets, kale, chard, scallions, peas, Napa cabbage, radishes, fava beans, fresh beans, cabbage, broccoli.
Later season (Aug.- Oct.) we have many of the same items as well as summer squash, tomatoes, beets, okra, eggplant, peppers, onions, flowers, corn, tomatillos, potatoes, celery, celeriac, cabbage, broccoli, pumpkins and winter squash, dry garlic and more!
We grow over 80 types of veggies and many varieties of these.