Locally Farmed Produce. Delivered Fresh.
Enjoy the bounty of the farm the same day it is picked. All veggies are picked fresh for shares and hand washed before being packed into baskets. Pickup your veggies on the farm or have them delivered right to your front door!
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What We Offer
Our Farm By The Numbers
Households Per Week
Unique Crop Varieties
Acres Under Production
Weeks of Fresh Produce
Why Join Our CSA
There has never been a better time to eat local. CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture, a concept bringing together farms and members of the community to share in a mutually beneficial relationship. CSA members are people who purchase a “share” of the growing season, and in return receive a weekly produce basket full of in-season farm fresh veggies. Typically the shares are sold before the growing season begins, and that money is put back into the farm to cover the costs of starting up in the spring. We love this model because we all support one another. Our members support the farm by entrusting us with the capital necessary to run a produce farm, and the farm supports the members by providing them with the best quality food we can grow!
“Literally a breath of fresh air”
“Seriously great gift!“
“Awesome local farm stand!“
Our Weekly Newsletter
- Tracie’s Farm Weekly Newsletter — Dog Days of Summer, kinda…On the Farm The ambient temperature would make it seem like the heat has broken, but working out in the fields today it felt as hot as it was last week. The so called “Dog Days of Summer” are technicallyContinue reading “Tracie’s Farm Weekly Newsletter — Dog Days of Summer, kinda…”
- Weekly Update 8/8On the Farm Ah, August. What better way to put it than two late nights working on the newsletter in a row. This is the hard month of the season. The weeds wanna grow faster than the plants and theContinue reading “Weekly Update 8/8”
- Weekly Update 8/1On the Farm Getting the newsletter out pretty late tonight, so I’m keeping it short. I took a rare summer vacation at the end of last week to visit my parents, sisters, and niece and nephews over the weekend. ItContinue reading “Weekly Update 8/1”