Are you sad when your Summer CSA box stops?
Do you want, fresh local, healthy produce all Winter long?
Do you want to support a year round Local Food System?
Your farmers, Chris and Paul Burkhouse, have 16 years of Summer CSA and 6 years of Winter CSA experience. We are now committing all of our resources to Winter CSA alone.
We are looking for members to help us challenge the notion that going back to California organic is the default in the Winter!
Boxes contain: Fresh veg from the field until it’s really cold. Fresh veg from our 4 big field tunnels until it’s really, really cold then frozen veg we’ve vacuum packed in the summer for a couple of deliveries, then back to the field tunnels for March and April. In addition, every box has storage crops like potatoes, sweet potatoes, beets, onions and carrots from our huge new root cellars. Finally, each box contains home made products such as, soups, spreads, granola, sweet breads, canned and fermented items and other goodies we cook up in our licensed kitchen. You can also add on a Bread Share that includes one loaf of sliced, whole wheat sandwich bread made with 100% organic whole wheat flour, foxtail potatoes and organic olive oil. We think it a great all around toasting or sandwich bread.
A 1-1/9 Bushel box (25-35 lbs) is delivered every three weeks from early November to mid April. (Taking a break in January). That’s 8 boxes for only $650. You can also add a Bread Share for an additional $40. You can also purchase a cheese share from Turnip Rock Farm and we’ll deliver it with your Foxtail delivery.
Deliveries are made on Thursdays or Saturdays depending on the dropsite. Boxes are delivered to neighborhood or workplace/business locations.
A weekly newsletter delivered with your box provides ideas on storage and preparation, as well as news from the farm. For members, the newsletter will also be available online on our website, www.foxtailcsa.com
Morganically grown fruits and vegetables
Committed to Great Taste and Variety
Memberships Reasonably priced
Small, Local farm