As the season comes to an end we find ourselves feeling so grateful for another successful CSA Season. Our crew grew in number this year – it’s the end of the season and there are still 18 of us picking, packing, and smiling! Our dedicated crew is incredible! They move fast and efficiently through hot, sunny days and cold sleety/rainy days. The love for what they do truly shines through in their work. A big, big THANK YOU to all of our CSA members for supporting us in our passion to bring you high quality, fresh, local and organic veggies each week! We couldn’t do it without you!
This year we are again offering winter holiday boxes the week before Thanksgiving and the third week of December. These packed full bushels of veggies can be purchased individually or sign-up for both boxes and get a discount! Click here for our Winter CSA page!
Renew your share or sign-up before November 30th for a 2015 CSA Share and receive 10% off with full payment, this is equivalent to a little more than TWO FREE WEEKS of CSA produce. Or choose a payment plan and Save 5%. Click here to learn more – or just click the Big Red – Join our CSA button in the upper corner of this page.
No we don’t raise any livestock – but friends of ours do! We’re putting in a plug for our friends at The Good Life Farm – they raise Certified Organic pasture fed turkeys. And they’ll deliver them to most of our Winter CSA pickup locations on the same day as your pickup. There is a $40 deposit to reserve your turkey. If you are interested please contact Melissa Madden from the Good Life Farm directly, her email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Don’t forget about our Online Farm Store! Here’s the items and prices for this week:
Delicata Squash – half bushel for $25
Beets, no greens – 15 lbs for $20
Acorn Squash – half bushel for $20
Butternut Squash – 1 bushel for $50
Kale, Red Russian or Curly – 8 bunches for $15
Collard Greens – 8 bunches for $15
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