"We are returning members, and we love coming to the farm every week, talking with the farmers, and seeing things change and develop over the season." -2012 CSA member
•Our full CSA shares run from May 24-October 18, providing members with a total of 22 weeks of a wide variety of seasonally available produce. This option is recommended for a household of 2-3 adults or a smaller household committed to cooking frequently. $650
2. Half Share :
•Half shares also run from May 24-October 18; they feature the same quantity and variety as full shares, but are picked up every other week, making for a total of 11 pickups over the course of the season. This option is recommended for a household of 1-2 adults or a larger household that cooks infrequently.$350
3. Fall Share:
•Growing Lots 2016 Fall Share extends the CSA season from October 25th through November 15th and features a variety of late-season storage crops. Distributions are weekly this year. We’ll load you up with lots of fresh, beautiful ingredients for your family feasts! We aim for each distribution to weigh in at a substantial 20-25 lbs. Staples of the share will be onions, potatoes, root crops, and winter squash, cabbage, brussels sprouts, kohlrabi and a selection of hardy greens like kale, chard, and collards. $250
Can’t get enough kimchi in your life? Wish it just showed up every two weeks? This is not a dream, it’s the 2016 Fermentation Share! Receive a pint of You Betcha Kimchi every other week for the entire regular season. We may try out some new varieties of kimchi, kraut, or sour pickles as options to choose from as well. The cost of the share is $110 for the 11 weeks, which makes it one heck of a deal for local, organic kimchi!
5. Work Share:
• We offer a limited number of work shares each season which consist of a full CSA membership in exchange for regular on-farm volunteer hours (4 hours per week) throughout the growing season (April-Nov). We work hard on the farm, but we also have lots of fun. Download the Work Share Agreement to find out the details of our work share program, then inquire directly with the farmers if you’re interested.
I’m interested in your CSA. What’s next? If you think you’d like to become a member of our CSA, you’ll want to review our Growing Lots Member Agreement to get more details about CSA pickups, schedules, and other important details. Then, when you’re ready, you can sign up online or email us to get on a waiting list for next season.
In any case, please don’t hesitate to drop us a line any time at firstname.lastname@example.org.