2013 registration for new members begins March 1st. Email us for more information.
What is CSA
Community Supported Agriculture is a way for people who live in urban areas to connect to an environmental and socially responsible food source from a local farm.
CSA programs like ours help reconnect consumers to small farms in the face of an increasingly industrialized food system. As people become more and more interested in where their food comes from and how it was grown, CSAs are becoming a popular option for getting high-quality food from a trusted local farm.
How it Works
Subscribers join our program by purchasing a share in the spring. The money from these shares provides us with the capital needed to run the farm until harvest time. The growers and consumers provide mutual support and share the risks and benefits of food production. As with any weather dependent business, some harvests may be plentiful and some may be slim but in the end it should all come out even. For instance we may have an unbelievable bean crop but a slim tomato crop.
In return for each share purchased each family or individual will receive their bounty of fruits and vegetables once a week through the growing season. Box contents vary from week to week, season to season, and include the very best of what we can grow at any given time of the year. Your box will largely contain seasonal favorites such as blueberries, tomatoes, sweet corn, beans, lettuces, and will also include a few less mainstream items, such as Bok Choy,shallots, and Swiss Chard. The amount and weight of your box will vary throughout the season.
Regular Share- $570 - Feeds 2 adults or small family Family Share- $750 - Extra fruit each week and larger
servings of family friendly veggies
Extended Fall Share- $150 - 5 weeks of late fall produce (follows our
Pick Up Options
Grand Haven- Near hospital 4-6pm Tuesdays Farm Pick-Up- 3:30-5:30pm Tuesdays
Spring Lake- 4-6pm Thursdays in the Village
Home Delivery +$125/season
~Weekly Newsletter with recipe ideas ~Priority on bulk orders for canning/freezing ~Farm events
~Early spring produce opportunities