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Full Year CSA Share

22 weeks of LOCAL PRODUCE

The Full Year CSA Share consists of a Spring, Summer and Fall CSA Share. The Spring CSA is 6 pickups during March and April. There is a pause of about 8 weeks for propagation. Summer CSA is 10 weekly pickups June 29-August 31. Fall CSA is 6 pickups during Sept, Oct, Nov.
  • Pick up will be on select Thursday from 3:30-6:30pm
  • 4-5 different staple vegetables per bag with 1-3 special items
  • 2.5 – 10lbs per bag depending on season and variety
  • Grown organically (not certified)


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Spring crops: spinach, kale, swiss chard, salad greens and mixes (lettuce, asian greens, arugula, etc.), radishes, storage crops (daikon, beets, onions, carrots from the prior season), herbs.

Summer crops: 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.

Fall crops: beets, carrots, daikon radish, garlic, kale, sweet and hot peppers, eggplant, salad greens and mixes, swiss chard, spinach, cherry and slicing tomatoes, winter squash, potatoes, yellow and green onions, cabbage, and herbs, pumpkins

Educational Farm 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.