Community Supported Agriculture
2019 Winter CSA
What is CSA?
CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture. It is basically a subscription to produce- the member pays the farmer upfront before harvest season, and in return a box of fresh, in-season produce is given to the member.
Why should you join?
Being a member of a CSA program is a great way to ensure that you're getting a variety of in-season, locally grown fruits and vegetables every week during our growing season. You don't need to wonder where your produce is coming from, as everything we put in our CSA boxes is grown locally. Finally, fresh produce tastes better! Membership also includes a discount for purchases made in our farm market and opportunities for pick your own that are not available to our other customers.
How does it work?
The 2019 Winter CSA season costs $162. Once the season starts, we will deliver your box to your pickup location or have it ready for you at the market, depending on which option you select. You will find 6-8 different produce items in your box each week. You will also get a weekly e-newsletter that will include the produce items, recipes, storage tips, and farm happenings.
1 Share : $18.00 per week
2 Share : $32.00 per week
Note a one time fee of $2 per share will be charged to cover
Delivery Locations: Strites Orchard, Paxtonia, Hampden Township, and PHEAA
Still have questions? Check out our FAQ's page.
10% Discount on our produce in our farm market (excludes milk, eggs, cheese, and dairy.)
A Newsletter is included with your CSA with recipes, storage tips, produce and information about farm happenings.