CSA Farm Share


CSA Farm Share

The Center for Discovery’s Thanksgiving Farm is a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Project, which is a means through which people can re-establish a connection with the place they live through the food that is produced there. CSA is a two way relationship; the farm provides fresh vegetables, fruits, and herbs throughout our growing season, and in turn members make a financial commitment to the farm in the spring, and share in the harvest through the summer into autumn.

The CSA runs for 23 weeks from June to November. Every week CSA Members pick up their farm fresh organic vegetables at a specified location. Everyone is asked to bring their own bags, to sign-in each week, check the list of items and quantities available that day, and then put together their share as they visit with friends, other members, and farm staff who are always there to assist and answer your questions. Each pick up yields about 10 pounds of seasonal vegetables.

Employees can choose to have the amount of the share deducted from their payroll checks over the duration of the season, or pay for the share in whole by check or creditcard.
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