We’re excited to offer a new Winter CSA!

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How does it work?

  • Spring CSA: From April 29 – June 10, each Wednesday you will have a bountiful box of produce delivered to your doorstep. – We’re sold out of our Spring CSA – Thank you!
  • Summer / Fall CSA: From June 17 – October 28, each Wednesday you can pick up a bountiful box of produce at our farm in Oregon City, conveniently located less than 10 minutes off I-205 (Summer / Fall CSA is sold out for 2020 – thank you!).
  • The produce will be a diverse seasonal selection that is appropriate for 2 veggie loving adults that cook most nights, or a veggie loving family of 4 that cooks some nights.
  • CSA is a great option for people who love to cook creatively using a wide variety of produce.
  • In the early weeks of the year the box value might be slightly smaller than the average weekly cost, while in the peak of summer the value might be larger than the average weekly cost.
  • Weekly newsletters with farm updates and what’s available.
  • Access to Cook With What You Have’s CSA Recipe Collection to provide recipes for your weekly produce. You will have access to 900+ recipes, templates, storage and preserving tips, pantry stocking suggestions and vegetable prep videos, organized by vegetable and created using CSA Produce. We are hoping that this great resource will make it easier to find delicious and creative uses for your share!

What do you get?

Here is an example of what each share might include throughout the season:

June

  • 2 hds lettuce
  • 1 pint peas
  • 1 bu carrots
  • 1 bu salad turnips
  • 1 bu radish
  • 1 hd broccoli
  • 3 ct kohlrabi
  • 1 bu kale
  • 1 bag arugula

July

  • 3 ct summer squash
  • 1 ct lettuce
  • 1 ct cabbage
  • 1 bu carrots
  • 1 bu beets
  • 1 lb potatoes
  • 2 ct onions
  • 1 bu chard
  • 1 bu cilantro
  • 1 hd broccoli
  • 1 lb green beans
  • 2 ct cucmber

August

  • 3 lbs tomatoes
  • 2 lbs potatoes
  • 2 ct eggplant
  • 3 ct summer squash
  • 1 lb dragon tongue beans
  • 1 bu basil
  • 1 pint cherry tomatoes
  • 1 bu carrots
  • 1 ct lettuce
  • 2 ct onions
  • 1 ct garlic

September

  • 2 lbs tomatoes
  • 2 lbs potatoes
  • 2 ct eggplant
  • 2 ct sweet peppers
  • 1 bu carrots
  • 1 bu beets
  • 1 bu parsley
  • 1 ct lettuce
  • 1 bu kale
  • 1 ct broccoli
  • 2 ct delicata squash

October

  • 2 ct sweet peppers
  • 1 ct escarole
  • 1 ct cabbage
  • 1 ct cauliflower
  • 1 ct broccoli
  • 1 bu carrots
  • 2 lbs rutabaga
  • 1 bu mustard greens
  • 2 ct acorn squash
  • 2 ct onions
  • 2 ct garlic

What does it cost?

Summer / Fall CSA

Full Share with Wednesday afternoon farm pick up– $700 for 20 weeks ($35/wk)

Every other week share with Wednesday afternoon farm pick up– $350 for 10 weeks ($35/wk)

You have the option of paying for the CSA with recurring payments. Basically you choose the recurring payment option in the shop and you will be charged on the weeks you receive your share. This is a great option for those who do not want to pay the whole cost of the CSA in one chunk.

Spring CSA

Delivery – $210

Farm Pickup – $175

Other helpful information

  • Produce will be delivered to your doorstep
  • We are happy to be able to accept SNAP benefits for paying for our CSA shares! On top of that, Double Up Food bucks gives SNAP recipients additional funds to reduce the cost of CSA – If you sign up for a full share, $200 will be taken off (bringing the total cost to $600 for a deliver to your door full share). If you sign up for an every other week share, $100 will be taken off (bringing the total cost to $300 for an every other week deliver to your door share). Please make note that you would like to use SNAP when you sign up! It’s more important than ever to find ways to make healthy food accessible for all during these unpredictable times.
  • Does this model not offer enough flexibility for you in terms of what kind and how much produce you get? Check out our Market Share program as a more flexible option.

A note from Farmer Melissa about why CSA matters- CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) is a huge support for farmers like me that make a living on vegetables, which are only in bounty for about 6-8 months of the year. When you sign up for a summer CSA during the winter or early spring, you are putting capital into the actual growing of the vegetables that will be ready later in the year. Even though most of the food is not ready to harvest in early spring, from February-May, I invest significant money into growing the food- buying seeds, potting soil, soil amendments, paying for labor and investing in infrastructure. Without the support of CSA members, I would have to go into debt each spring in order to make the necessary investments to grow summer and fall veggies. Thank you so much for considering making this investment in small-scale sustainable agriculture! It makes all the difference in keeping the farm alive and thriving.

How do I sign up?

Just click here:
Sign Up (sold out for 2020)

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to ask!

Email Melissa at Melissa@sunlovefarm.com

Or call at 914-536-1024

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