2018 CSA SHARES
2018 CSA Share Credits
Save 10% by pre-buying CSA share credits (before June 15th!)
in the below amounts towards all farm products.
Spend $50 for a $55 credit
Spend $100 for a $110 credit
*all credits to be used by end of 2018*
What, When, Where?
Friday on-farm pick-ups
Friday, July 13th - Friday, October 5th
3:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Vegetables, Flowers, and Herbs
Pastured Meats (as available) including Beef, Pork, and Lamb
Frequently Asked Questions
HOW DO I SIGN UP?
Print off the 2018 Membership Form, fill it out and mail it in with your full payment by June 15th.
Choose one of the two share options:
2018 $55 Credit 2018 $110 Credit
We are experienced traditional (box) CSA growers but on new ground and without some important infrastructure so small steps for now. We are offering this farmstand "credit" model this year to accommodate a shorter season, our in-progress infrastructure needs, and an attempt to keep up farm momentum but minimize pressure. As the larger plan evolves and develops, we want to try to broaden our scope to include other Strafford farms and products, possibly create a multi-farm CSA, go with more of a farm market model, lengthen our season to grow during the colder months, offer senior citizen shares, provide shares that can be accessed by anyone of any income level who desires fresh food, etc....and of course, broaden the community pieces of this effort. It will take some time and effort but we'll get there:) Baby steps!
ARE WE CERTIFIED ORGANIC/HOW TO YOU GROW FOOD?
Our food has not been altered or managed with synthetic chemicals or broad spectrum chemical insecticides. This value is rooted in our deep concerns for our health, your health, and the health of our surrounding non-human community, the land and water, and wildlife.
We believe in building up the soil in order to have healthy, strong plants that will be able to standup to the challenges of weather and insects. We mineralize the soil, replace the trace minerals, add compost, and grow “green manure” or cover crops.
We manage our crops with a variety of techniques that help to reduce or minimize the potential damage brought on by weather and/or insects. Some of these techniques include crop rotation, the use of row covers, companion planting and trap crops.
We are not pursuing Organic Certification presently but will, if demand requires it.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!
What We Grow
***These are estimates: crop types, varieties, and quantities may vary.
Sweet Bell Peppers
Monday - Friday 11:00 - 18:30
Saturday 11:00 - 17:00
Sunday 12:30 - 16:30
Sweet Bell Peppers