CSA SPECIFICS

CSACSA SPECIFICS

Share Sizes & Price:

  • Full-Sized Vegetable Share: This share can be best described as a paper grocery bag full of vegetables and herbs delivered weekly for the 20 week season.  This “bag” of groceries is definitely enough for a family of four who likes to cook.  Members can expect 7-14 items in their box throughout the season. The cost is $595.
  • Half-Sized Vegetable Share: This share is about a half the size of the full-sized share, meaning about a half a grocery bag worth of vegetables and herbs each week for 20 weeks.  It is best-suited for a couple (or any pair of two people) or any busy family new to vegetable cooking.  This is a great starter share for anyone intimidated by new and exotic vegetables or working on becoming a better home cook.  A half-share receives all the variety of a full share in approximately half the quantity.  The cost is $385.
  • Every-Other-Week Full Share. Every-other-week full share members receive a full-share-sized box every other week totaling 10 boxes throughout the season. This is especially useful to people who deal well with bulk produce or travel a lot throughout the summer. The cost is $345.
  • Every-Other-Week Half Share. Every-other-week half share members receive a half-share-sized box every other week totaling 10 boxes throughout the season. This is especially useful to people who deal well with bulk produce or travel a lot throughout the summer. The cost is $215.
  • Worker Share. Have a little free time during the work week? Then a worker share might just be perfect for you! Members are invited to work 3 hours per week throughout the duration of the season (20 weeks) for a half share of veggies or 5 hours per week for a full share! Find more details here!

PAYMENT OPTIONS:

1. We offer a payment plan that breaks the cost of your share into two parts: half now, half in June. We are happy to work with you to create a more structured payment plan with additional installments as well.

2. Ask for financial assistance through our CSA’s community fund! When members sign up in the spring, they are invited to donate $50 to a community fund to help subsidize other member’s share. Contact us if you would like to tap into the community fund.

3. Research FairShare CSA Coalition’s Partner Shares Program that helps low income folks afford CSA by paying for up to 50% of your share or allowing you to use EBT/SNAP/Food Share as payment.

4. Look into your health insurance wellness program to see if you qualify for a rebate when you sign up for a CSA!

DELIVERY:

Alright, you like our farm, you can afford a CSA and the risk/bounty inherent and you want to sign up, but now how do you get your vegetables throughout the summer? Here’s how that part of the equation works:

You sign up for a CSA share and select a delivery site near your home (or work). We deliver your boxes to this delivery site each Wednesday, sometime in the afternoon, and then you pick it up on your way home from work or after work. CSA delivery sites are usually another CSA member’s house, either in their garage or on their front (or back) porch.

We currently deliver to Evansville, Stoughton, Madison East, Downtown Madison, Fitchburg, Middleton and Verona.

 

 

 

 

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