2019 Membership Information Coming Soon.
2018 Season included
16 weeks from May-September
Our small but mighty CSA (community-supported agriculture) program supports us – financially, physically, and psychologically. Comprised mostly of family, friends, and neighbors, we welcome new folks each year. While the infusion of cash for supplies is helpful, we operate as a CSA because we love sharing the labor and fruits that brings.
We ask our members to lend a hand on the farm once a month for at least two hours during weekly happy hours (typically Sundays from 4-6pm) when we work, play, and share the natural beauty we’re building together. Most enjoy these opportunities to commune with one another and the land on which their food is growing. Many bring their children to get their hands dirty and to learn more about where their food comes from. We also host alternate work times are also available on a week-by-week basis as time and tasks allow.
– Full membership for the 2018 season (16 weeks from May-September) is $350.
That’s just a little over $20 a week for hyper-local, organically grown produce.
– Half shares are also available upon request with 8 bi-weekly pickups ($175).
– Our newest option for 2018 is the Gleaner’s Garden Pass ($100 for four pick-ups throughout the season). We’re still working out the details on this one but it’s our attempt to get as many people involved in supporting the farm as possible, and providing an option for people who want to share the harvest, just not on a regular basis.
NEW FOR 2018! Egg add-on thanks to Two Blocks Away Farm in Pataskala. $5/wk. Please add $80 for a full share or $40 for a half share of eggs to your payment. You can check out Two Blocks Away on Facebook to see what they’re up to!
Please note: Every share we distribute is customized. We never give anyone anything they don’t plan to use. Our goal is to grow as much produce as we can and to have that consumed as fresh as possible.
Here’s an idea of what we distribute throughout the season. I’m sure I’m forgetting something and bear in mind we are always trying new things.
TONS OF GREENS!
mustard, kale, chard, lettuces, choi
PLUS green onion, carrots, beets, radicchio, fennel, herbs
peas, early tomoatoes, cut flowers, herbs, MORE greens (see above)
tomatoes, peppers, potatoes, cut flowers, garlic scapes, squash, cucumbers, herbs, greens
beans, squashes, tomatillos, tomatoes, garlic, peppers, beans,
cucumbers, herbs, cut flowers, greens
sweet potatoes, onions, tomatoes, tomatillos, peppers, beans, herbs, greens
Contact Jodi Kushins at email@example.com for more information.