Do you want to know more about your food and where it was grown? 

Are you looking for a sense of community around that food?

do you just want some quality produce?

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WHAT IS CSA?

CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture. It's an arrangement in which consumers share the risk of food production with the farmer. You purchase a 20-week subscription of produce at the beginning of the season, and each week you receive a box of fresh, in-season produce. The farmer benefits through the risk-sharing, and you benefit by receiving healthy food while supporting a local farm.

 

IS CSA RIGHT FOR YOU?

I want to...

  • eat healthier food

  • know where my food comes from

I value...

  • quality produce

  • local food & local farms

I love to...

  • experiment in the kitchen

  • learn new recipes

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WHAT MEMBERS ARE SAYING...

“Excellent CSA! Extremely organized, produce was fresh and delicious, a wide variety, and ideas in your emails for storage and recipes was a great bonus. Thank you!”
 
“Thank you! Raising clean, whole food is a wonderful service!”
“Really enjoyed the emails and Facebook posts, they were helpful and made me feel involved! Especially appreciated the instructions on how best to store different items. Produce was all great!”


HOW IT WORKS

  1. Check out the CSA Agreement to learn more.

  2. Sign up online or on paper—choose box size and pick up day/location:

 

Large share: 7-8 different items per week, including 1 or 2 interesting vegetables (asparagus, rainbow carrots, leeks). If you like veggies, enjoy cooking, or have hungry kids at home, you'll want this size!

Small share: 5-6 of the most common garden veggies (no chard or okra here!) each week, in smaller quantities than a large share. If you're single, or a couple with little time to cook, this is a good option.

 
 

Monday pick up on farm: if you like taking fresh food to work in your lunches or having healthy snacks for the kids all week long

Thursday pick up in Beatrice: Don't have time to cook during the week? Pick up Thursday so your produce is fresh for the weekend.

Tuesday delivery (contact us first to see if this is available for your location): if it doesn’t work to get to the pick up locations, have your box delivered to your home or office each week

 

3. Read the weekly emails to learn what's in your box and how to cook it.

4. Enjoy your fresh produce and impress your family with delicious meals!