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CSA Program Details

Our CSA: Community Supported Agriculture

*Shares are distributed weekly over two “seasons” throughout the year, Summer Season & the Fall Season, and picked-up at the time and location selected during the sign-up process.

          *Summer Season Shares (June 14th-Sept. 29th)  early June-September.

Full Share: $25/Wk.-$400 (2-4 people)

Small Share: $20/Wk.-$320 (1-2 people)

 (16 weeks)  Sign-Up Now!

     *Summer SHORT Season Shares (June 14th-Sept. 1st) ...for those only in our area for the summer...ends Labor Day weekend.

Full Short Share: $25/Wk.-$300 (2-4 people)

Small Short Share: $20/Wk.-$240 (1-2 people)

 (12 weeks)  Sign-Up Now!

         *Fall Share (Oct. 4th-Dec. 15th)  early October through mid-December.

Fall Share: $20/Wk. ($240 -one size share-)

(12 weeks)  Sign-Up's Coming Summer 2018!

...6 pick-ups: 10/1, 10/15, 10/29, 11/12, 11/26, 12/10  (dates given for the first day of the pickup week...see pickup locations for exact dates)

 *What's in a CSA Share?? what to expect in a typical mid-season vegetable share can be found by clicking here...

    You can still join after a share season starts!!

  ...NEW CSA memberships started after the season starts will be pro-rated based on the week you start your first scheduled pick-up 

*During all of the share Seasons we offer "a-la-carte add-ons", some of which can be found in the Farm Store!!. If you don't see what you are looking for, drop us an email at woodlandsfarmer@gmail.com with your request and we will do our best to accomodate you! The items ordered will delivered at the share pick-up location you've selected for your farm share.

 CSA Membership Benefits:

* be more connected with your sustenance through direct support of the farmer who grows your food.

*allow the farmer to manage the farm operations & expenses in a more sustainable way because of your direct support from farm membership.

* feel good about knowing that you are taking a direct role in sharing the risks, responsibilities, and benefits of what it takes to feed our community

* be connected to a more natural cycle of eating seasonally

* help build a more robust, secure and TRULY sustainable food system

* help reduce the impact on our natural resources and environment.

*protect our environment by conserving our energy use

* eat healthier and more nutritious food, this due to the shorter time from harvest to consumption

* better tasting food!

 

Feel free to email us with any further questions.  We're happy to help!

 

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