March 19th, 2014

Skaneatles CSA Share Pick-up Site – Grant Jewelers

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Skaneatles CSA Pick-up Grant St JewelersEarly Morning Farm delivers CSA Shares to Grant Jewelers every Thursday in beautiful downtown Skaneatles.  Grant Jewelers is located right on Main St in the historic shopping district.  Reginald and Tamara Grant own and lead the team of talented individuals who create jewelry and staff  the store, which also carries a beautiful variety of other artisan items.  We deliver our Neighborhood CSA Shares to Grant Jewelers on Thursdays.

Neighborhood CSA Shares come in two different sizes, the Basic CSA Share and the Premium CSA Share.  The Premium CSA Share is the larger of the two and yields 40-45 servings and 10-12 different varieties every week.  Designed for larger households and serious vegetable lovers this share is filled to the brim in a 3/4 bushel box each week.  For smaller households we have the Basic CSA Share, a 1/2 bushel box filled with 7-9 varieties of vegetables and30-35 servings each week.  All of our vegetables are grown locally on our family owned farm, and certified organic.  The Main CSA Season runs from mid-June through mid-November and we also have a shorter Academic Season Share.  Anyone can sign-up for the Academic Season which runs from the last week in August through mid-November.  The Academic Season Share comes in a Basic CSA Share Box.  To learn more, visit the Share Options Page, and Sign-up Online!

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