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CSA is here to stay

Posted 5/3/2016 12:37am by Anna Martin.

We're first generation farmers which means that we're flying by the seat of our pants and learning everything as we go.  We're always pushing ourselves to take farming to another level--a more sustainable level where we're proud of what we do AND we still have a few minutes to enjoy our day.  In this quest for balance, we're trying new things and dabbling in different markets. 

Along this vein, we thought we'd graduate into the deep sea of wholesale farming and leave the comfort of CSA.  And to our happy surprise, many of our customers just flat out said, NO!  So to play to our musings for simplicity and to keep our friends and customers well fed, we've modified our CSA program a bit to reach a medium ground. 

This season, we're offering a smaller box which means you won't have to fret over un-used produce.  Our CSA season will be a full 20 weeks long so you won't ever miss out on the freshest picks.  And if you want to add more to your box, no problem!  We've added a shopping cart for produce and extra items as they become available.   Share options include a Harvest Box  or a Harvest Box + Eggs picked up weekly at the drop point of your choosing.   Last but not least, ordering our pastured chicken just got easier.  We're taking the work out of it by offering convenient cuts and sending the whole package right to your doorstep. 

Thanks for taking this fun ride right along side us!  It's always exciting and new.  If this sounds like your cup of tea, you can sign up for our 2016 CSA today.  Anna.

2017 CSA starts on Thrusday June 15th!June 8th, 2017

That's right! Just one week from today, our CSA members will be receiving their first box of produce & eggs.  Keep your eye out for an email from the farm with welcomes, introductions, and in

Spring is on it's way!April 29th, 2017

News from UW meteorologist Cliff Mass is that this is the rainiest springs in at least 20 years.  That's tough news on the farm because we need at least 2-3 consecutive dry days in the mid 50's-6

We're closed for the season. We open again in late May '18. on 12/5/2017April 25th, 2017

Thank you for a great season.  We will open again the last week of May.  We'll begin taking reservations for commercial producers in February of 2018.  A commercial producer is a farm t