Make sure to read Receive Our Vegetables before reading this page.
Both vegetable share types are the same size 3/4 bushel box. The 17-week vegetable share is delivered every week for 17 weeks starting the week of July 3rd – 8th. The 9-week half vegetable share is 9 every-other-week deliveries starting the week of July 3rd – 8th.
17-Week Vegetable Share
Secure a weekly share of fresh, seasonal organic vegetables and herbs for $646.
9-Week Half Vegetable Share
Secure an every-other-week share of fresh, seasonal organic vegetables and herbs for $360.
“I have lost weight without trying over the summer since I am eating the best quality food…”
~ Yelp Review
Extended season shares are an add-on to a main season share. Extended season shares are delivered after the main 20-week season has ended. Extended season shares start in late October or early November, and end before Thanksgiving. The full extended season share is a weekly share, and the half extended season share is an every-other-week share.
Extended season vegetable shares consist primarily of storage vegetables such as winter squash, onions, potatoes, garlic, carrots, Brussels sprouts and cabbage.
Full Extended Season Vegetable Share — 4 deliveries after the main season ends
Secure a 4-week extended season vegetable share for $120.
Half Extended Season Vegetable Share — 2 deliveries after the main season ends
Secure a 2-week extended season vegetable share for $60.
Your CSA share is not just about the vegetable boxes. We also seek to inform you about your food, about your farm, to include you in our farm community, and to make your shareholder experience convenient.
“Farm News that John composes with each delivery is always heartfelt, insightful and educational…”
~ Facebook Review
“The recipes from Local Thyme have all been delicious and easy to follow.”
~ Facebook Review
Choose a discount from 0% to 10% to apply to your share purchase when you sign up by Sunday, June 25.
For Your Consideration as a Shareholder
If everyone chooses the biggest discount, it will make it more difficult for the farm to flourish. Remember, the farm needs to repair and upgrade equipment, maintain and upgrade buildings, buy seed, pay labor, pay taxes, buy fuel, maintain the grounds, pay for utilities, distribution, organic certification, insurance. And the farm wants for people who have less ability to pay, to pay according to their budget.
We anticipate (and hope) that those who have more financial resources will choose the smaller discounts, offsetting the higher discounts which will be chosen by others.
“…the subscription price is so reasonable, especially compared to what you’d pay for the same sub-par, tasteless produce that traveled 1,000s of miles at the grocery store.”
~ Google Review