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CSA Shares

Peas join us.

Includes tips for what's in season from arugula to zucchini:

Arugula, beans, beets, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, celery, chard, cucumbers, garlic, herbs, kale, kohlrabi, lettuce, leeks, mustard greens, onions, peas, potatoes, peppers, radishes, rutabaga, spinach, summer and winter squash, heirloom tomatoes, turnips and zucchini--plus some exciting surprises we hope to offer in addition to all this goodness! 

Easy as pie.

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Veggies are picked up weekly

Veggies are picked up weekly

Veggies are picked up weekly

CSA shares are picked up 2-7pm on Thursdays at the farm mid-June through September.

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Add extras anytime

Veggies are picked up weekly

Veggies are picked up weekly

Add on summer strawberries, autumn pickling essentials, bulk veggies, dry herbs, teas & honey!

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Fluff the Nest

Veggies are picked up weekly

Fluff the Nest

Bring some of the farm home with Alaskan Farm mugs, dry herb garlands, pumpkins & cornstalks.

Did you know?

A CSA is more than just a weekly box of food; it's a powerful investment in your local economy, your community, and your health.

Technically, your produce begins the process of decomposition the moment it is picked. The more time that passes, the weaker the vitamins and nutritive enzymes become.  "Fresh” produce at a typical grocery store is often harvested immature, is weeks old, and therefore has lost much of its nutritional value, if it had any to begin with [think iceberg lettuce].  Even worse, many varieties are specifically bred and grown for the producers' best interests:  ship-ability and storage, not great flavor and nutrition.

"Food is not a commodity to be produced as cheaply as possible. It is the living matter that fuels our systems." - Eliot Coleman

Unlike large-scale producers, we are committed to growing varieties based on flavor and nutrition for the highest quality produce possible.  The very first and most important step is healthy soil, for which we rely on organic farming methods to achieve.