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What is a CSA?
CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture. CSA members purchase a “share” of the farm’s produce. In our Winter CSA, produce is delivered throughout the Winter season (generally November – April). The farmer benefits by having an established market while the members enjoy a wide variety of fresh, frozen, and value-added produce available. In addition, by joining a CSA, members are supporting small scale, local, sustainable farming, and in our case, members support a local year-round food system.
What’s in the Box
Contents in a 2016 Spring Share box may include: potatoes, carrots, green onions, lettuce and salad greens, kale, other greens, radishes, turnips, broccoli, napa cabbage, baby beets, kohlrabi, cucumbers, basil, arugula...
Delivery Area/Drop Sites – Spring Share
Here are the drop sites for the Spring Share
“Morganic” means more than organic. “Certified Organic” is a useful term for food grown by farms thousands of miles away. We are developing a relationship in which both the farmer and consumer know and depend on each other. “Morganic” a term coined by one of our members, is local, grown without pesticides, herbicides or other harmful chemicals, varieties and ingredients are selected for health and taste, and produce sold directly to the consumer. You can talk to the farmers (us!) and tour the farm. That is the only way to be sure of what you are eating.