Spring CSA Registration is
Join our CSA!
The Spring CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) season runs from April 1-July 1 and is one of our most abundant times of the year. Spring season CSA bags will include lettuce, herbs, carrots, potatoes, squash, tomatoes, beans, peas, onions, and a lot more! See our projected harvest calendar below.
Please read our CSA Terms & Conditions before you sign up.
5 Reasons NOT to Join a CSA
1. You don't eat vegetables
2. You travel a lot
3. You like to pick out your own vegetables
4. You don't like kale (we grow a lot of greens!)
5. You don't like to cook
We're mentioning this because eating seasonally can be challenging. You must be a flexible cook interested in new foods as well as getting creative with vegetables that make an appearance in your share often. We want you to know exactly what you're signing up for before you do, so you're sure to love it!
READ OUR TERMS & CONDITIONS BEFORE YOU SIGN UP please.
What is a CSA?
The CSA, or Community Supported Agriculture, is a direct sales model that works like a subscription. CSA members pay in advance and receive shares of our produce either weekly or biweekly throughout the season. CSA members are our top priority. Whatever extra we have after harvesting for the CSA we then sell through other avenues. Since the CSA baskets are picked the day of or the day before delivery, the produce is fresher than anything you could ever buy at the grocery store and you're supporting our small local farm too. Please read our terms and conditions before joining our CSA.
Full Share: A weekly pick up of assorted vegetables. Feeds 4 or 2 heavy vegetable eaters
Half Share: A bi-weekly pick up of assorted vegetables. Feeds 2 or 1 heavy vegetable eater.
Note: All share bags are the same size. The only difference between a full and half share is the frequency of pick up.
Projected Harvest Calendar
CSA Pick Up Locations
Whole Foods Market Thursdays 5-Close and Friday All Day
Branch Street (For neighborhood customers only) Thursdays 5-9pm
Full Earth Farm Thursdays 9:30am-4:30pm