What are the farm hours?
Summer CSA distribution is from 1-8 Tuesday and
Friday. The distribution shed is also open from 8-noon
Wednesday and Saturday. Wednesday and Saturday are make-
up days – we leave everything out for people who
main distribution. WE DO NOT MAN OR STOCK THE SHED ON
WEDNESDAYS OR SATURDAYS. 2013
summer share info
Members may come either distribution day, but only once
week. Members may switch between distribution days as
as they wish – there is no need to let the farm
know. That is,
members may come on Tuesday one week, and Friday the
Once there are u-pick crops available, members may come
the farm and pick 7 days a week, dawn to dusk.
winter CSA info
Egg Share info
How much do the shares cost?
1. 2013 summer
share is $540
and runs for 24 weeks
($22.50 per week, $12 a week per person)
winter share is $300
and runs for 12 weeks
3. 2013 egg
share is $120 and runs for 24 weeks ($5/dozen)
Will I get what I want?
We have an extremely flexible share. In the summer share,
distribution shed is divided into the “One Bag
Side” and the “Free
Choice” side. On the “One Bag Side”
members can fill one bag
with any quantity and assortment of produce that they
For example, if all you want is broccoli and onions,
Hate broccoli and love summer squash? Fill the bag!
How can I pay for my share?
We take cash or check, and you can pay the whole thing
at once, in installments, or weekly,
whatever fits your budget best. We require that the
payments are kept current. For example,
if you have picked up 4 weeks of produce, we should
have received at least 4 weeks' payment.
Do you Accept Food Stamps?
Yes, as of June 2011 we will be able to accept food
the distribution site. We will let members know the
hours we will
have someone around to accept food stamps.
Can I split a share?
Split shares are allowed only under these circumstances:
1. Between two single person households.
2. Between a family and a single mother/father-in-law
or elderly neighbor/friend.
Why can't other people split a share?
There are several reasons why other types of split shares
are not allowed.
1. The summer share is quite flexible in terms of how
much food a share receives, there are many "unlimited"
items each week in the distribution
shed, and there are many U-pick items throughout the
are also unlimited. Members
can take as much or as little of these items as they
wish, making it difficult
to put a true price on the share.
2. The share is very economically priced when compared
to farmers' market or supermarket prices,
even without figuring in the
value of the U-pick crops.
3. At the very minimum, a share usually consists of
a least 2 people. When the weekly cost of
the 2011 summer share, $19.61, is
divided by two people, the cost per person per week
$9.80 per week
per person. This is a very economical price for
a person to spend on delicious, fresh,
local produce each week!
May I share produce with non-members?
You must be a member to receive food from the farm.
This rule is necessary because of the un-rationed
nature of much of the produce. You can, of course, share
your produce with guests!
Will the share be too
large for my household?
Members are not required to take any produce they can't
use. Over several weeks members figure out
how much food their family can use in a week, and take
Will the share be too small for my household?
Can I bring my pets to the farm?
Yes, but they MUST stay in your car.
Where should I park?
Please park in our parking lots ONLY. Do NOT block the
farm road, we only have right-of-way access
to it, and other farmers use it frequently. If you have
difficulty accessing the
distribution shed, please let us know, we will help