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What is a CSA?
Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a popular way to buy local, wholesome, farm fresh food directly from the farmer. It is a spiritual
and an economic committment to supporting yourself and your family with nutrient rich foods while supporting the farm that
grows that food.
The CSA movement has become significant
in the changing face of the American food industry. It may be the only way that family farms like ours survive the juggernaut
of federally subsidized industrial farming, and food imported by multinational corporations from poor and unregulated countries.
Supporting us supports our Kitsap economy. Your
pledge to support our farming operation gives spiritual as well as an economic support. Together we share a connection with
the Earth: healing of the Earth and ourselves. You also help us maintain bio-diversity. Industrial farmers must chose their
varieties based on a long shelf life, which often means GMO seeds. Your support helps us plant and grow varieties of vegetables,
some heritage types, that are chosen for the Kitsap growing season, nutrition, and, most of all, flavor.
So, in turn, your money not only buys you safe food, you also are helping to
sustain agriculture on our farmland and to preserve the environment for now and future generations. It is our intent and duty
to live in harmony with nature.
Join our CSA NOW and EAT WELL
We offer the traditional CSA pay everything ahead plan that promises
to hold those escalating food bills at a specific level for a year. Prices are on our Buy Now & Claim Your Share page.
We know the economy has been rough and that many people may
not want to pay for a year's worth of produce all at once, so we now offer three levels of payment plans: Year Round
in four payments, monthly payments, and weekly payments.
WHAT DO I GET?
Shares are different each
week. Depending on the season, they may weight more or less. Our goal is to provide you with enough produce to eat for at
week or more in the Fall, Winter, and early Spring. In the Summer, we aim to provide enough produce for each day of the week.
LARGE (FULL) SHARE
for 4 to 5 adults' daily servings or 2 enthusiastic vegetable eaters.
We strive for
abundant shares. This is in the May 1st large share.
3 lbs potatoes
lb salad mix
2 lb mustard greens
2 lb chard
fennel bulb large
2 bunches radishes
2 bunches carrots
4 bunches green
4 bunches garlic greens
SMALL (1/2) SHARE Designed for 2 to 3 adults' daily servings
or one enthusiastic vegetable eater.
We strive for abundant shares. This is in the May
1st small share.
2 lbs potatoes
1 lb salad mix
1 lb mustard greens
1 lb chard
1 fennel bulb medium
1 bunch radishes
1 bunch carrots
2 bunches green onions2 bunches
MINI (1/4) SHARE Designed
for 1 adult's daily serving or for those who
eat out often.
We strive for abundant shares. The bunches may
be smaller than in other sizes. This is in the May 1st mini share.
1 lb potatoes
1/2 lb salad mix
1/2 lb mustard greens
1/2 lb chard
1 fennel bulb small
1 bunch radishes
1 bunch carrots
1 bunch green onions
CSA Member Pricing
You are a current CSA
member if you are subscribed to this season or a future season. It's that simple.
4 pick up locations during the winter
Addresses and directions here.
Tuesday and Wednesday the Farm from 2 p.m. Tuesday to 7 p.m. Wednesday
Wednesday in Port Orchard at Mile Hill Road 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday Old Town Silverdale 5 to 7 p.m. at Monica's Waterfront Bakery & Cafe
Wedneday and Thursday at Blackjack Valley Farms, Wednesday from 5:30 p.m.to sunset, and Thursday from sunrise to sunset. This is strictly a pick up point.