CSA stands for Community-supported agriculture. It is a way for consumers to buy local, seasonal food directly from a farmer. the farm offers a certain number of shares to the community. Each share includes receiving a “box” of seasonal produce throughout the farming season. Each week you will be eating fresh produce thats in season while supporting the local food system. You will become exposed to new varieties of vegetables and have a better understanding of the seasons and what grows in your area.



Our goal this season is to provide shares to family and friends as well as attend some farmers markets. Tentative delivery starting at the beginning of June and ending in mid October. Each week you will receive a cooler “box” of 6- 10 items. The number of items varies depending on whats in season. 


CSA 4 Seasons

  • Late Spring – kale, swiss char, lettuce, spinach

  • Early Summer – Carrots, Radishes, Beets, Beans, Zucchini, Cucumbers, Squash

  • Late Summer – Tomatoes, Peppers, Eggplant, Brocoli, Melons

  • Fall – Cauliflower, Cabbage, Celery, Winter Squash, Lettuce, Kale



Beans (5 varieties), Beets (6), Broccoli (4), Cauliflower (3), Cabbage (7), Celery (3), Carrots ( 8), Cucumbers (8), Eggplant (5), Husk Berries, Oriental Greens (4), Kohlrabi (3), Kale (2), Lettuce (5), Melons (6), Onions (4), Peas (3), Peppers (8 – from sweet to hot), Radicchio (2), Radishes (6), Spinach (3), Zucchini (4), Strawberries , Squash & Pumpkin (10), Swiss Chard (2), Tomatoes (6 – including cherry and slicing), Turnips (2), Watermelon (8), and Herbs (basic cooking spices).