Our spring Fall runs Sept. to Nov. Typicly includes: Microgreens, arugula, onions, turnips, carrots, peas, baby greens, bok choy, head lettuce, sweet potatoes, white potatoes, cabbage, broccoli, kale etc...
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a partnership between share members and a farmer in order to produce a high quality product to share with a community of people who care about food and how it is produced. It is a great way for families to enjoy seasonal food from local farms, live a more sustainable life, and learn about the natural systems around them.
A CSA share is exactly what it means: a member shares in the bounty of harvest, community on the farm, and some of the risk a farmer takes in their dependence on weather and natural pest managements. By buying a share before the harvest season begins, a member is helping the farmer to buy seed and supplies. In return, the member receives a consistent supply of fresh, local produce throughout the season.