Each season we provide a wide array of organically grown vegetables from early June through October to our CSA member families. Once again this year we are inviting you to join us for a CSA season full of delicious, nutrient dense produce. You can expect to enjoy plenty of the classics such as tomatoes, beans, carrots, potatoes, sweet corn, broccoli, and much more. You can also expect a sampling of some lesser known varieties such as kale, Asian greens, and Chinese cabbage.
As usual, this season we are adding new crops to our offering. Some of these include basil, arugula, cosmic carrots, and brussel sprouts. We offer full shares, half shares, winter shares, and a new cooking greens share. We hope that our farm can be a blessing to you and your family this season.
Each week throughout the season you will receive a variety of 6-12 or more items that are in season at that time. From strawberries and spinach in spring, to the bounty of tomatoes, melons, and corn in summer, and the potatoes and winter squash of late summer and fall. Each week you will arrive at your pick up site of choice to find a box of vegetables designated to your share size. You simply take the box home and enjoy.
The following week when you pick up you simply bring last weeks box back flattened and pick up a new box of fresh delivered produce from the farm. In addition to your box we frequently will provide you with recipes and cooking tips on how to use the items in your box. You also will be invited to a variety of opportunities to visit the farm throughout the season such as tour days, pot lucks and a pumpkin pick party which will all be on the agenda for this season.
We are committed to stewardship of the resources that we have been given by God. We feel growing nutrient-dense is the best way to care for our land and provide a great source of nutritious food for our members. Our farm is located just outside of Fort Atkinson, WI. We offer well over 100 varieties of fresh produce.
We offer full shares, couple shares, and a winter share. We have many pick up sites to choose from. We hope our farm can be a blessing to you.
|This chart is to be used as a guideline for the timing of the potential produce that we hope to provide this season. This chart does not include every crop that we grow.|
|Crop||Times Received||Seasonal Availability|
|Asparagus||3-4||June - July|
|Beans (Green, Wax, Purple)||8||July - August|
|Beets||6||July - October|
|Broccoli||6-8||June - October|
|Cabbage (Green, Red)||5||July - October|
|Carrots||7||July - October|
|Cucumbers||8-10||July - September|
|Eggplant||6-8||July - September|
|Kohlrabi||4-6||June - October|
|Leeks||5||July - October|
|Lettuce||8-10||June - October|
|Melons||3||July - September|
|Onions (Red, White, Yellow)||7-10||July - October|
|Peas||2-3||June - July|
|Peppers||8-10||July - October|
|Potatoes (Red, White, Yellow)||6-8||August - October|
|Radish||4-6||June, September, October|
|Scallions||2-4||June - August|
|Spinach||6||June, September, October|
|Squash (Summer)||6-8||July - September|
|Squash (Winter)||6||September - October|
|Strawberries||2-4||June, July, September|
|Sweet Corn||4-5||July - September|
|Sweet Potatoes||2||September - October|
|Tomatoes (Cherry)||5-7||July - September|
|Tomatoes (All Others)||7-10||June - September|
|Watermelons||3-5||August - September|