CSA

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Our Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program is a little special: we let you choose what you want. You invest in the farm in the spring, and spend the credit on delicious, fresh produce all season long!

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Dates: June – October

Pick-up: Select your produce in person at one of our markets or pre-order online! Locations include:

  • The East Hill Plaza Farmers Market, Wednesdays, 4-7 pm
  • The Sunday Ithaca Farmers Market, Sundays, 10 am – 3 pm
  • At the farm in Trumansburg (pre-order only)
  • Cornell campus, Mondays (pre-order only)
  • Home delivery (Ithaca only – extra fee applies)

Share size options:

  • Half share: $200
  • Single share: $400
  • Family share: $600

Invest $400 or more by May 1st and receive a 5% bonus.

Sign up online here, Venmo us, or mail a check to: 4341 Perry City Road, Trumansburg, NY 14886. If you pay by check, make sure to include your email address and/or phone number so we can reach you!

What we grow:

Arugula • Asparagus • Basil • Beets • Bok Choi • Broccoli • Brussels sprouts • Cabbage • Cauliflower • Carrots • Chard • Cilantro • Corn • Cucumbers • Dill • Eggplant • Flowers • Garlic • Grapes • Herbs • Kale • Leeks • Lettuce • Melons • Microgreens • Onions • Parsley • Parsnips • Peas • Pea shoots • Peppers • Potatoes • Radishes • Salad mix • Spinach • Strawberries • Squash • Tomatoes • Zucchini

 

So what does a share look like?

We have a unique model where you pay before the season starts and then spend the credit each week on whatever you want. So, over an approximately 20-week season (we sometimes start a little early or go further into fall as the weather permits), our $200 half share option averages $10/week to spend, the $400 single share option averages $20/week, and a $600 family share averages $30/week. How you spend the credit is completely flexible – there is no problem with skipping a week or even a month if you travel during the summer, or getting extra some weeks for dinner parties or canning.

For a rough sense of what this pricing means in terms of vegetables:

An example of what $10 could buy one week includes: a bag of salad greens, a bunch of carrots, a pound of cucumbers, and a head of garlic.

$20 could buy: the above items plus a zucchini, a bunch of beets, a pound of onions, and a bag of baby spinach

$30 could buy: all of the above plus a half pint of tomatoes, a bunch of radishes, and a bouquet of flowers.

Of course, availability fluctuates over the season, so those exact items won’t be available every week. If you have trouble deciding, we also offer a “farmer’s choice” option where we surprise you for the week.

 

We accept EBT! Contact us to arrange to pay for your CSA share with EBT.