Sample CSA Boxes

One of the great things about belonging to a CSA is that it really inspires you to appreciate seasonal eating.  From the green crunch of spring mix early in the season, to the dreamy tomatoes of mid-summer, to the heavy golden pumpkins of early fall, tying a part of your food budget to weekly boxes of fresh produce is an exciting thing.

Part of that excitement comes from the lack of certainty.  While we know that, generally speaking, we can expect tomatoes to start filling our boxes in mid-July, we’re still subject to the whims of nature.  Drought or flooding could wipe out a crop.  Disease or insects could damage it.  A bumper crop could mean we’re sharing a bounty of produce with you so huge you start uneasily dreaming of vegetables crashing down everywhere.

These pictures are examples of years past, designed to give you a sense of what you can expect in your weekly boxes.

We focus on things we know our CSA members love: spring mix, beans, tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, corn.  We love experimenting with exotic new cultivars (wasabi arugula, anyone?), but we understand that the best way to fully enjoy a CSA share is by offering familiar favorites.

An example of crops we’ve grown in the past:

  • spring mix
  • dinosaur kale
  • scarlet kale
  • pink beauty radish
  • slicing cucumbers
  • pickling cucumbers
  • zucchini
  • broccoli
  • paste tomatoes
  • cherry tomatoes
  • slicing tomatoes
  • sweet corn
  • popping corn
  • eggplants
  • sweet peppers
  • hot peppers
  • winter squash
  • pumpkins
  • garlic
  • green onions

If there is a specific vegetable you’d like us to grow, let us know!  We’re so excited to be your farmers and growing food for your table.