csa registration is closed until the fall.
What is a CSA?
Community-Supported Agriculture, CSA, is a convenient solution to providing your family with fresh produce each week while supporting your local farm. Through the support of CSA members, farms are able to get a start to their year by purchasing seed, compost, and tools, while CSA members get a share of seasonal, fresh, and healthy vegetables every week. Seasonal eating at its best!
What is the advantage of joining a CSA? Is the CSA program a good fit for me?
Our CSA is wonderful for those who like to try new and different veggies and for those who like to cook a few times per week, without waiting in line at a farmer’s market or at the grocery store. We do our best to provide our members with the highest quality and freshest vegetables on the market. This translates to better flavor and more nutrients, as well as a longer shelf life and less waste.
No one likes to waste vegetables, so we offer two different size shares.
Full Share: 7-9 items with pick-up every week
Partial Share: 7-9 items with pick-up every other week
What if I can’t pick-up my share or I’m going on vacation?
We’re flexible! If you can’t make it to pick-up, we can arrange another day/time or give you credit toward a future purchase. If you know you will miss certain weeks in advance, let us know and we will provide you a pro-rated price on the CSA.
Our CSA program will run for 20 weeks from May 28th to October 8th. (June 4th-October 15th for Group 2 Partial CSA)
Pick-up (choose between):
On-Farm 18021 Bowie Mill Road, Derwood, MD, Tuesdays 5-7 pm.
The Well Space 18213 Hillcrest Ave, 2nd Floor, Olney, MD Thursdays 3-6 pm.
The Happy Yogi 16650 Georgia Avenue, Olney, MD Thursdays 6-8 pm.
Derwood Farmers Market 16501 Redland Road, Derwood, MD Saturdays 9-1 pm.
Our CSA runs about $31 per week. For a Full Share that works out to $620 and for our Partial Share $320.
What kind of veggies would we get?
Spring: lettuce, kale, chard, spring onions, broccolini, radishes, turnips, asian greens, carrots, beets, spinach, arugula
Summer: tomatoes (cherry, heirloom, slicers), peppers, cucumbers, greens, zucchini, yellow squash, potatoes, onions, herbs, garlic
Fall: carrots, lettuce mixes, kale, chard, sweet potatoes, beets, turnips, turmeric, ginger, broccolini, fennel, leeks, collards, microgreens
Spring: 1 bag arugula, 1 bag baby kale, 1 bag spinach, 1 bunch radish, 1 bunch spring garlic, 1 bunch chives, 1 bunch turnips, 1 bunch tatsoi
Summer: 1 bunch kale, 1 bag microgreens, 2 pounds summer squash, 1 pint cherry tomatoes, 2 pounds heirloom tomatoes, 1 bunch carrots, 2 bell peppers
Fall: 1 bunch leeks, 1 bunch chard, 2 pounds winter squash, 2 pounds sweet potatoes, 1 bunch beets, , 1 bag lettuce mix, 1 bunch radishes, 1 piece turmeric
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