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Seedlings, plants

What is a CSA?

About Community Supported Agriculture

CSAs are the original fresh produce markets! We consider ourselves hyper-local and focused on sustainable initiatives. We source our seeds, start them ourselves, and nurture them into the fresh, delicious, and healthy produce you crave.

  • Eat fresh, tasty, nutrient-dense food.

  • Promote local business.

  • Reduce your environmental footprint: reduce carbon emissions, packaging, and food waste(at production level)

  • Enjoy varieties you can’t find in the store.

  • Become more involved in your community.

  • Promotes healthy eating habits.

  • No-hassle, stress-free, food in your fridge.

  • Low cost, high quality, that’s it.

Our CSA service will craft weekly produce boxes for our customers. We will be growing a variety of produce throughout the season and will craft a box for you each week. Since we will be growing seasonally, the variety of produce will change throughout the season since certain crops grow well at certain times. This means that at the beginning of the season, your box may be on the lighter side, being made up of cool season crops like lettuces, kale, radishes, beets, etc. As the season gets warmer and progresses, we'll be able to offer other items as they ripen like tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, squashes, and so on. The boxes should become more bountiful as the season progresses.

Our target is to be able to provide 5-10lbs of produce per box per week, depending on the time of year.

A box subscription costs $450 for the entire season, which is $25 per box. We feel this is on par with buying produce at the grocery store, except our produce will be much fresher, tastier, and much more nutritious. 

Stay tuned for other potential opportunities where we may partner with other vendors of items that we don't prepare ourselves, such as eggs, bread, prepared goods, etc. We hope to expand our network and find like-minded individuals that we can offer items from to round out our offerings. 

As with all CSAs, there is an element of shared responsibility between the grower and the customer. This is why they call them shares after all! You invest in us, and we work diligently throughout the growing season to make sure we produce the best produce for you that we can. However, this means that if we have a crop failure due to weather, pests, disease, etc., then it is possible the boxes will be lighter than we anticipate as we try to recover from whatever disaster struck. 

If you’d like to order, please check out Plans & Pricing or contact us directly at

Check out the FAQ for more answers to questions you may have.

Here are a couple of videos that explain CSAs well:

You Can’t Eat the Grass: What is a CSA?

The Lexicon: CSA = Community Supported Agriculture

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