Produce

There are two things in life that money can’t buy:
true love, and homegrown tomatoes.

Well, until now. Get homegrown veggies delivered to your door.

Why get week old produce from the grocery store?

  • It’s missing half the nutrients.
  • Missing half the taste.
  • And might not be grown in dirt!

Your health and the health of the environment are our top priority.

100% Organic and ecologically sustainable.

Nutrients managed on a molecular level.

Climate positive, carbon-negative production model (minimal mechanization).

We offer three tiers of Farm Membership, HYPER-Fresh, Super-Fresh, and Stand-Fresh.

HYPER-Fresh

CSA — Community Supported Agriculture Shares

1. Reserve your spot in the CSA, by signing up for the subscription.*

2. When the season begins, customize your share every Monday.**

3. We harvest and deliver every Tuesday to your door.


Subscription Payment Plans to fit your budget. A nutrient-dense carrot is not a gold watch.

Two CSA seasons, Spring/Summer and Fall/Winter. Everyone needs a vacation. Or join both.

*Only 40 spots this year!

**Variety depends on time of year. You can expect from 7 to 30 different crops to choose from in a given week.

How to Tell if Joining Our CSA is Right for You

CSA stands for “Community Supported Agriculture,” and is just one of the many ways customers who find value in nutrient dense, organically grown food can support a farmer. But it’s not the only way. What’s the difference between supporting a farmer through a CSA versus a roadside stand? Or a farmer’s market, or online market?…

Super-Fresh

Online Market

Whenever there is excess produce from packing CSA on Tuesday, it will be listed online by Thursday morning for pickup on Friday.

Make sure you’re on the mail list to be notified when produce is available.

You can set up to get text reminders by adding a billing address.

Stand-Fresh

Coming soon…


Diversity is the best insurance… growing over 40 crops this year!



Arugula
Asian Greens/Braising Mix
Basil
Beans, Pole
Beans, Edamame (soy, cover crop)
Beets, Red and Gold
Broccoli 
Carrots
Celery
Cilantro, Cruiser
Collards
Cucumber, Slicing
Cucumber, Pickling
Dill
Eggplant
Field Peas (Not Pea Shoots, cover crop)
Garlic, Stiffneck
Kale, Red Russian
Kale, Curly
Kale, Lacinato
Lettuce, Head
Lettuce, Salad Mix
Microgreens 
Spinach, Space
Squash, Acorn
Squash, Butternut
Squash, Kabocha
Squash, Spaghetti
Strawberries
Sunflower, Mammoth
Swiss Chard, Rainbow
Radishes
Thyme
Tomatoes, Big (Ind)
Tomatoes, Cherry (Ind)
Turnips, Hakurei
Yellow Summer Squash
Zucchini 
Pie Pumpkin
Parsley
Okra
Oregano
Onion, Red
Onion, Scallions
Onion, Sweet
Onion, Yellow/White
Peppers, Sweet
Peppers, Hot