Community Supported Agriculture is a direct relationship between you and the farm. By becoming a CSA member, you enjoy fresh, tasty, nutritious food while helping to encourage a sustainable local economy and environment. We grow the varieties of vegetables that are the most delicious (not the ones that can best withstand long-distance shipping) and deliver them to you at peak quality straight from our farm. By signing up, you agree to be our customer for the growing season, and we dedicate ourselves to being your hard-working farmers. This relationship helps ensure the survival of small farms and high quality local food supplies.
Our CSA runs for 22 weeks, from late May through mid-October. A share provides 6-8 different vegetables each week that will supply enough produce for a small family. Generally, each share will contain a seasonal variety of:
- salad mix/lettuce
- greens (kale, chard, spinach…)
- roots (potatoes, carrots, rutabaga…)
- legumes (peas, beans, edamame..)
- onions or garlic
- veggie (asparagus, tomato, squash, cucumber…)
- herbs (basil, cilantro, dill…).
View the full list of crops we are planning for this year
Each share is packed in a cloth grocery bag: members receive two bags so that they can return one each week to fill with the next share. Every week we include delicious recipes for using your share
We have several pick-up options:
- Saturday morning 8-12 at the Texas Township Farmers Market
- Tuesday 4-7 pm at the Texas Township Farmers Market
- Tuesday 4-7 pm at our farm in Otsego
The full-season cost is $450; returning members who have their cloth bags receive a $25 discount. For members with large families, or who eat lots of vegetables, a double share is available for $825. You may pay the entire share price when you sign up, or half at sign up, and the other half by July 1st. If you are ready to become a member, please complete this form. Please call or email us with any questions.
Our Shared Commitments
We promise to do our best to provide you with a bountiful share each week. Because farming is inherently risky (extreme weather, the various plagues, etc.), we can not promise that all crops will be as abundant as we plan. If certain crops fail, we will attempt to compensate by filling your share with other crops grown on the farm, or larger shares at other times during the season, but we also ask that you understand and share in the real possibility of these risks. On the other hand, we also pledge to share in the rewards of abundant harvests. While we sell at the farmers market too, our first priority is always to our CSA members.