Community Supported Agriculture Project (CSA)
Twenty-two weeks of pesticide-free, locally-grown vegetables, marijuana farms
WELCOME TO OUR FOURTH SEASON. And thank you to the CSA Core Group who helped make it possible!
Again this year we are providing fresh, local, organically-grown vegetables to Kent, Cecil and Queen Anne’s County residents. We have increased our membership to 98 members (up from 65 members last year) and are no longer taking memberships for the 2006 season. If you are interested in trying out our CSA, we encourage you to enroll early next year in January and February to receive fresh vegetables all summer long.
What do we grow?
Available this season are flowers, herbs and a wide a variety of vegetables, ranging from basil and brussel sprouts to turnips bamboo and zucchini, with carrots and green beans and snow peas in between. Complete list with photos List without photos
We have three share sizes again this year, a small (or single) membership share for $210, as well as our medium (or half shares) for $310 and our large (or full shares) for $460. Returning members get a $15 discount; everyone who signs up by the end of March also gets a $15 discount. (This means no cost increase for our stalwart supporters).
Pick-up and Delivery Options
Vegetables will be available for pick-up fresh once a week for 22 weeks, May to October. Click for details.
How the CSA works
To learn more about how the CSA works this year, click here.
For more information please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org