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Get on our CSA list for 2017...

 

Contact us and add your name to our CSA list - we will contact you when the 2017 CSA offering is available.  Spaces will be limited, so be sure to contact us soon!

 

 

Typical

Summer Share

Typical

Fall Share

​2013 Summer Share



What is included:

   Summer tree-fruit and bush-fruits, enough for 3-4 people each week.  Fruits include:

           ~ Peaches                   ~ Apricots

           ~ Blueberries               ~ Melons

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Over what period: 

    4 weeks, August 2013

Distribution days/times:

        Wednesdays, 2:00-6:00

        Saturdays, 9:00-12:00

Cost: 

    $100

How do I sign up? 

    Contact us to register.

TypicalSummer Share



What is included:*

  * Summer tree-fruit and bush-fruits, enough for 2-4 people each week.  Fruits may include:

           ~ Peaches            ~ Raspberries

           ~ Blueberries              

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  ~ Our newsletter, which includes recipes and farm news

 

Over what period: 

    4 weeks, August

Distribution days/times:

        Wednesdays, 3:00-6:00

        Saturdays, 9:00-12:00

Cost: 

   Varies by season

How do I sign up? 

    Contact us to be added to our waiting list.

 

* Quantities and source vary, depending on crop yields.

Typical Fall Share



What is included:*

  * Fall tree-fruit and bush-fruits, enough for 2-4 people each week.  Fruits may include:

           ~ Apples                   ~ Pears

           ~ Raspberries           ~ Peaches

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  ~ One of our delicious pies (apple or berry)

  ~ A $5.00 coupon for use in our farm shop, where we sell our own eggs, vinegar, cider, garlic and other local products

 ~ Our newsletter, which includes recipes and farm news

Over what period: 

    8 weeks, September & October

Distribution days/times:

        Saturdays, 9:00-12:00

        Wednesdays, 2:00-6:00

Cost: 

    Varies by season

How do I sign up? 

    Contact us to join! 

* Quantities and source vary, depending on crop yields.

 

Why Join a CSA?

 

Community Supported Agriculture is a wonderful opportunity for local farmers to establish a relationship with local consumers.  Why join our fruit CSA?

  • Your fruit is really fresh.

  • Your fruit has not been harvested before it is ripe (which is used to make fruit last longer than it is naturally inclined to do).

  • Your fruit required little to no fossil fuels for its storage, packaging, or transportation.

 

In short, Small Ones Farm CSA membership is good for you, our farm, our community, and the environment.