New for 2014: CSA Plant Start Shares!

We’ve added vegetable and herb start CSA Shares to the farm for the 2014 season and are very excited about it!  Read all about how it works here:  CSA Plant shares information.  The deadline for signing up for a plant share is April 1st.  We’ve also found the time (thank you winter) to update our CSA Vegetable share information for 2014.  We have made the decision to hold our prices at the same rates we offered in 2013.  We will also be mailing out paper brochmay-10ures to those of you who have been members in the past.  We encourage you not to wait if you are interested in signing up for one of our shares this season.  The CSA model of farming makes the farm financially viable for us as it provides funding when we need it the most, early spring.  This is when most of our investment in seeds,soil and infrastructure happens.  It is also a time of year when we have very little product and are not attending farmer’s markets.  You receive a $15 early bird discount on our produce shares if you sign up before March 15th.    By purchasing a share from our small farm you are keeping your money within our local agricultural community and providing yourself with food security for an entire growing season.  You can relax knowing that your plants and vegetables are being grown with integrity using organic and sustainable methods.  Please let us know if you have any questions about our plant or vegetable share options.  We are looking forward to seeing everyone this spring!

3 thoughts on “New for 2014: CSA Plant Start Shares!

  1. A coworker just shared this information with me and I was hoping I could order a container garden share (the delivered in the pot variety) from you online so I might make the cut off date of April 1st. Looking through the site I see that I need to send you a check for the $135. Am I too late if I pop it into the mail today? Thanks for any advice – Kathleen Gillis

  2. Thank you! I’m just seeing this now ( didn’t realize I wrote it through wordpress and not email?) but I did send the form and the payment in the other day in the hope that it would be okay. Thank you. I’m excited about these plants!

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