What is a CSA? In Community Supported agriculture, the farmer Enters into an agreement with the "community/Consumer" to supply them with a regular "share" of fresh produce.
When is your CSA? We have Spring, Summer and Fall CSA from the first week in July until the week before Thanksgiving (25 Weeks).
Where are the pick-up points? At the farm on Friday's from 10 am to 6 pm. Johnson County, TN Farmer's Market on Saturday from 9 am to 12 pm Delivery is available Monday at an additional cost of $5.
How much does it cost? Option 1: Pay $20 a week for your share Option 2: Pay up front $320, $16 per box. Due June 28th
How much produce do we get in the boxes? You will roughly receive a bushel of produce with 5-7 different verities. We do our best to be fair and generous with our produce, but there is an understood risk involved with joining a CSA. Due to many variable associated with farming, we cannot guarantee the quantity of the produce received. If due to circumstances beyond our control the consumer must understand that you are "sharing the risk" of farming. Having said this though, our job is to anticipate challenges, plant extra, and have enough variety so that our customers want to keep coming back for more.
What kind of produce can we expect in the box? Spring produce should include:
Summer produce should include: Beans, sweet corn, cucumbers, eggplant, melons, okra, onions, peppers, potatoes, summer squash and zucchini, garlic, tomatoes, watermelons, basil, dill, and more….
Fall produce should include: Everything on the spring list, plus many of the summer crops (through October), winter squash, Brussels sprouts, and more…. Winter produce should include: Carrots, radishes, turnips, rutabagas, spinach, salad mix, cooking greens, celery, radicchio, potatoes, winter squash, and more….