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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!

 

"LIVE" Recipe Bank hereJune 10th, 2018

There are tabs at the bottom of the file for each vegetable type that you can click on for ideas. We will keep adding recipes as we learn about them AND we welcome your additions! Check it out here!

Flower Shares Start Week of 6/25June 10th, 2018

I am beyond excited to see things growing and can't wait to share the blooms and color with you! Every moment I can get, I am out there weeding, seeding, watering, and planting.  It is going to

The Battle Begins & CSA Starts Next Week!June 4th, 2018

It's been a busy spring out there with a cold, dry start to the 2018 season, but we've still been able to make headway. The high tunnel was constructed and planted in early May, the tractor was fixed

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