What if I can’t pick up my share?
Our boxes are harvested and packed the day of delivery, so to ensure efficiency for our pick and pack day, please let us know 24 hours prior that you won’t be picking up your box and we will not pack it. The next best option is to have a friend or family member pick up for you.
What if I forget or miss my pick up?
Your unclaimed box will go back to the farm. We do not have the capacity to store your box and re-arrange a pick up time. The farm is about an hour away from most of our members, so we don’t expect you to make the drive to pick it up. Boxes brought back to the farm are often used for our own cooking purposes. If we can’t eat through it fast enough, it is shared with the many farm animals.
How much does a share cost?
Please refer to our CSA page for details and prices of our 2 share sizes.
What kinds of produce do you grow?
It’s easier to say what we don’t grow then what we do. We do not grow peas or cherry tomatoes as the time it takes to harvest is too intensive. Other crops we do not grow for the CSA include: parsnip, rutabaga, okra, sweet corn and pickling cucumbers. If there is something specific you’re looking for, please shoot us an email or give us a call and we can answer your questions.
If I don’t want a CSA, can I buy your produce somewhere else?
Yes! In addition to our CSA, we attend the BisMarket Farmers Market from June-October. You may be interested in our Market Share program — Market Shares offer you the convenience of easy shopping at our market stand, and also help support the farm by contributing to our startup costs at the beginning of the season. LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR MARKET SHARES>>>
You can also find most crops at the BisMan Community Food Co-op, May-December.
Can I come volunteer and get my hands dirty?
Absolutely! We’d love the help. Reach out to us and let us know when you’re thinking of coming and we can go from there. Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays are the best days to come out.
Can I visit the farm?
Yes, we’d love to show you around. We’ll have set CSA farm days for the 2019 season – stay tuned – but if those don’t work for your schedule, just reach out and we’ll see what we can do.