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Summer CSA Share

Pickup is held each week on Thursdays 3-6pm between June 27 through Sept. 5 (excludes 7/4)

10 weeks of LOCAL PRODUCE for you. Student Farmers grow a variety of nutritious crops, using organic methods. Choose your favorite options to fill your own bag or basket and mingle with your fellow food enthusiasts. Enjoy special pick-your-own items and share surplus crops for preserving.

$350.00

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10 weeks of LOCAL PRODUCE

The summer CSA share includes ten weekly pickups. The Student Farmers grow a variety of nutritious crops for the community, using organic methods.  Set up in front of our produce wash station, you’ll find an array of seasonal options abundantly piled and freshly harvested for you. Choose your favorite options to fill your own bag or basket and mingle with your fellow food enthusiasts. Enjoy special pick-your-own items and share surplus crops for preserving.

Summer crops may include: beets, carrots, celery, cucumbers, eggplant, zucchini, summer squash, green onions, garlic bulbs and scapes, lettuce, kale, Swiss chard, cherry and slicing tomatoes, sweet and hot peppers, and herbs. Flowers are available for pick-you-own, later in the season.

About the Student Farmer Program

Student Farmers are immersed in vegetable production, learning by doing. These high school farmers lead the CSA production and propagate approximately 40,000 plants on their farm!

Participants expand their knowledge and experience in a relaxing setting while learning alongside their peers. Sustainable agriculture, leadership development, plant-based nutrition & cooking, and a community mindset are all key components of the Student Farmer experience. Student Farmers are fairly paid and benefit from an unparalleled educational opportunity.

Membership in the Student Farmers’ CSA directly supports this educational work-study program.

  • Pick up will be on Thursdays

  • Up to 10 pounds or more per week depending on seasonal crop availability

  • Our produce is grown using organic practices