CSA

Maggie’s CSA (Community Supported Agriculture)

Maggie’s CSA; Vegetables and Flowers

I’m having a lot of fun planning for this year’s CSA (Community Supported Agriculture). A CSA is partnership where in exchange for an advance fee, members receive a weekly basket of seasonal vegetables, herbs and flowers from Foxhollow Farm’s Kitchen Garden. For the 2017 growing season we are offering a 16 week CSA starting in early June and ending in September. Click here to purchase Maggie’s CSA in our online shop

Here is what you can Expect: 

Vegetables: lettuce, green onions, red cabbage, carrots, beets, swiss chard, radishes, leeks, heirloom tomatoes, sweet and spicy peppers, cucumbers, green beans, sweet corn and more!

Herbs: sage, cilantro, dill, basil, lavender, rosemary, thyme, and more!

Flowers: A bouquet of freshly cut and crafted flowers from the farm!

Extras: Dried herbs, jams, specialty pickled items, and herbal teas!

Maggie’s CSA is available for pick up at Foxhollow Farm or Delivery. On-Farm Pick up is available Wednesdays and Thursdays. Delivery is available on Thursdays between 11am and 2pm at your home or work for an additional fee.

Traveling this summer? No worries! You can gift a friend, family member, or colleague your vegetables, herbs, and flowers. Just let us know the week(s) you will be gone and to whom you will be gifting your share(s). I promise these vegetables bring huge smiles to a friend’s faces.

Price for on-farm pick up: $550 (Click here to purchase)

Price including delivery: $630 (Click here to purchase)

The CSA funds will directly support Foxhollow Farm’s Garden Internship Program.

I am in the middle of researching the best sweet corn variety for our region in hopes that I can successfully grow a delicious crop for my subscribers. I have never grown sweet corn before but it’s a request I’ve been getting for years. Maggie’s CSA is grown by myself, Maggie, and two enthusiastic interns! I look forward to seeing you this season out at the farm.

Maggie

4th Generation Steward of Foxhollow Farm and Gardener


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