Receive up to $300 in Savings:
Receive Free Home Delivery, worth up to $240, when you sign up for both a vegetable and fruit share and pay by Monday, May 2nd.
Receive a $60 discount on any share purchase with coupon code 60off.
(Sorry, home delivery is not available in Boone County, Winnebago County, or in Wisconsin.)
Off to a Great Start!
We are off to a fabulous start in the fields. We have never before gotten so many crops into the ground so fast. Broccoli, onions, kale, chard, cabbage, carrots, cilantro, dill, Chinese cabbage, pac choi, garlic and potatoes have all begun their journey from our farm’s fertile soil to our shareholders’ kitchens. There are usually frequent rains at this time of the year, so our strategy is to get everything done as fast as possible when the weather allows it. This season, we have been racing to beat forecasted rains that don’t arrive.
You Can Count on Us
For 26 years, Angelic Organics, headed by lifelong farmer John Peterson, has been delivering full boxes of the freshest quality produce at the most competitive organic prices, week after week, through drought or flood.
Don’t Take our Word for It
Peruse over 140 five star reviews of our CSA on our Facebook page.
Receive a $60 discount on all prices below when you sign up and pay for your share by Monday, May 2nd, with coupon code 60off.
Full Vegetable Share – 20 weeks of deliveries starting in June, 2016
Secure a 20-week share of fresh, organic vegetables and herbs for $740.
Half Vegetable Share – 10 weeks of deliveries starting in June, 2016
Secure an every-other-week share of fresh, organic vegetables and herbs for $400.
Secure a flex share: 12, 14 or 16 deliveries of fresh vegetables and herbs over the 20-week season. You select the weeks from mid-June through late October to meet your schedule. Just choose 12, 14 or 16 weeks now, and then choose the actual weeks for your preferred deliveries in May. Your cost is $40 per box.
Enjoy the most delicious and nutritious farm fresh fruit in season! The fruit share lets you support small, organic fruit growers and receive fresh, tasty fruit varieties every other week starting in mid June. The 10-delivery fruit share is $480. Visit our fruit share page here for more information.
Extended Season Vegetable and Fruit Shares
These shares run for two or four weeks past the regular season, ending before Thanksgiving. The extended season vegetable share consists primarily of storage vegetables, such as winter squash, onions, potatoes, garlic, carrots, Brussels sprouts and cabbage.
Pay by Check
In order to be eligible for the Early Bird Discount, send your payment the same day you sign up, or no later than the day after you sign up. If the farm doesn’t receive your payment within 7 days of when you sign up, your share will be cancelled.
If you wish to divide your payment, write out 2 checks, each covering half of the total. Date one check for today, post date the 2nd check for any date up until 3 months from the date of your first check. Send both checks immediately. We won’t deposit the 2nd check until its date.
Pay with Credit Card
We prefer if you pay by check, but for your convenience you can pay with a credit card with no extra fee. Sorry, you can’t sign up for a flex share with a credit card.
Where is the farm?
We are in Boone County, located about 90 miles NW of downtown Chicago, and 20 miles NE of Rockford.
When does the season start?
Our delivery season starts in early June and ends in late October. We also offer an Extended Season Share, which starts in late October or early November, and ends before Thanksgiving.
What’s in the box?
The box contents vary depending on the time of the season. This is a great feature of Community Supported Agriculture, that your share provides seasonal eating. Find out what’s in the box.
Is the share a good value?
Overall, based on various comparison studies we’ve seen and also based on analyses of our own share prices, you can expect your Angelic Organics CSA share to cost about 1/4 to 1/3 less than if you bought comparable organic vegetables from a grocery store such as Whole Foods.
How much produce should I expect?
We do our best to fill your 3/4 bushel box to the brim, equivalent to about 1 & 1/2 regular paper grocery bags. From late summer through fall, your box may bulge with over 20 lbs of produce. One full share generally satisfies the needs of two people with a vegetarian diet or four people with a mixed diet.
Eating with the Seasons
You purchase a share of our vegetable harvest before the beginning of the harvest season. Click here to learn more about how the CSA program works.
Farmer John Writes
Learn a great deal about how lifelong Farmer John reflects on and guides the farm forward in his Farm News Columns.
Your Very Own Farm, Without all the Work!
When you join our CSA, you enter into a relationship to more than the food you receive from us; you enter into a relationship with the source of your food, a farm—a farm you can visit. This is what distinguishes the CSA program from all the other ways you can buy your vegetables—in a certain way, as a shareholder, you have your very own farm. You don’t have to plow the fields, pay the crew, keep the books, maintain the equipment, or harvest the crops, but still, through your purchase of a share, you will probably start referring to Angelic Organics as our farm. Read more about relationship to a farm in Farmer John’s blog post, Farm Monogamy.
Things are a lot different now in the healthy food movement, compared to the 90’s when Angelic Organics was one of the first CSA’s in the region. There are many CSA farms serving the Chicago area today, and numerous other ways for people to receive organic vegetables. So, we made a list of what makes Angelic Organics special. We hope our list makes you as excited about Angelic Organics as we are.
Reason #1: Our Shareholders like us
See shareholder reviews and many other shareholder posts on our Facebook page.
Farmer John Peterson describes why you’ll love our Community Supported Agriculture Program, as shareholders harvest beans from the Angelic Organics U-Pick garden at our farm open house.