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  • The CSA (community supported agriculture) model immediately creates a supportive relationship between us, the farmers, and our members that is unique to how food can be purchased. We have a direct connection to the people that are benefiting from our food, and who are supporting our business. In a climate where we are less informed about where our food comes from, this type of relationship is vital. In a short time, trust and commitment between farmer and member can grow immeasurably.

  • The funds received ahead of the season allow the farm to operate in the months that no income is generated through sales and enables the farm to buy seeds and equipment. Being a small organic farm is challenging, so the CSA model allows the business of growing food much more sustainable. The farm supports the families and, in turn, the families support the farm.

  • Our CSA provides our members the choice to pick up their share on the farm, where they get to experience the farm, farmers, and the beautiful surrounding landscape first hand. Our on-site pick up includes a farm stand, self-serve eggs, House of Ferments krauts and kombucha, and a petting zoo for kids of all ages!

  • It is affordable! Each week our shares are abundant! We offer our produce below farmer’s market and organic grocery store prices. Feed a family of two for $25/week and a family of four for just $40/week!

  • In addition to the traditional vegetable share offered by most programs, our CSA is able to offer meat, grain, homemade goodies, herbs, and flowers.


  • Families get to try new produce and recipes! They take home new foods in addition to the common staples each week.

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