Receive Our Vegetables

2019 Shares Are Available Now!

We hope you will join us for our 2019 growing season. Learn more about our Community Supported Agriculture program and sign up for a share below.

Slideshow of 2017 shares

See the slide show below to view all 24 scrumptious weeks of our 2017 season.


Feeding Chicagoland Since 1990

Our CSA has over 290 5-star reviews, with an average rating of 4.8 stars. 

The Many Benefits of Joining our CSA Farm

Choose a Convenient Delivery Option

We probably deliver to a site near you. Check out our community delivery sites page to find a pickup location near you. We also offer home delivery in partnership with Chicago Messenger Service, to most zip codes within 45 miles of Chicago. Check out our home delivery page to see if home delivery is available to your zip code.

Teach Your Kids Where Their Food Comes From

Your children are young citizens of the earth. As a shareholder, you can share our farm with your kids.

We’ve been shareholders for over 20 years and I can’t imagine summer without the weekly CSA box from Angelic Organics. When our kids were young they ran home from school on “veggie day” eager to see what was in the box and, because it was grown on THEIR farm, they all ate every kind of vegetable. Now, as young adults, they continue to cook and eat fresh vegetables and have a robust understanding of what it takes to get fresh, healthy food from farm to table. Becoming Angelic Organics shareholders when our oldest was 3 was one of the best child-rearing decisions we made!
~ Yelp Review

Know Your Farmer

John Peterson, known to many as Farmer John, has been farming since he started milking cows in the family dairy barn in 1958 at age nine. He has been growing organic vegetables for his Community Supported Agriculture shareholders on the same family farm since 1990. Farmer John considers farming to be as much of an art as it is a craft.

Farmer John

Use the Menu Planning Service Customized to Your Box

Wondering what to do with all those vegetables? Most of the vegetables we grow are common to the Midwest, such as tomatoes, sweet corn, potatoes, and broccoli, and a few are not so common, such as kohlrabi, arugula and celeriac. Many shareholders report that they enjoy the culinary challenge presented by the diversity of vegetables, including the occasional unusual vegetable.

Your vegetable share comes with the popular CSA menu planning service, Local Thyme, with recipes customized to each week’s box, plus storage and handling tips.

The recipes from Local Thyme have all been delicious and easy to follow.
~ Facebook Review

Receive Fresh, Local and Sustainable Produce

Any company can claim that their food is fresh, local and sustainable. There are no legal standards for these terms. (Of course, all food is local where it is harvested.) Because of the direct route from our farm to your kitchen (less than a two hour drive to Chicago), you are assured of local and fresh, since our vegetables and herbs are typically harvested just a day or two before they are delivered to you.


Broccoli, Early Spring

Since we are certified organic and we use Biodynamic methods you can be assured that our farm is sustainable and that our food is brimming with vitality.

Eat with the Seasons

You purchase a share of our vegetable harvest in advance of the growing season. Starting in early June, every week or every other week, you will receive a ¾ bushel box of farm fresh, certified organic vegetables and herbs, equivalent to about 1 ½ grocery bags in volume.

We’ve loved learning what vegetables are in season when and are so excited to see what’s in our upcoming box.
~ Facebook Review

At the height of the season, your box may contain over 20 lbs of produce. A full 20-week vegetable share generally satisfies the needs of two people with a vegetarian diet or four people with a mixed diet.

Greenhouse, Spring

Eggplant Seedlings, Spring

Transplanting Choi, Spring

Beet Transplants, Spring

Scallions, Early Season

Lettuce, Early Season

Spinach, Early Season

Baby Greens Harvest, Early Season

Watermelons, Mid-Season

Heirloom Tomatoes, Mid-Season

Young Sweet Corn, Mid-Season

Sweet Corn Harvest, Mid-Season

Ready to Eat, Mid-Season

Garlic, Mid Season

Carrots, Late Season

Washing Carrots, Late Season

Cabbage, Late Season

Potato Harvest, Late Season

Spaghetti Squash Harvest, Late Season

Beets, Late Season

Winter Squash Harvest, Late Season

Field Day, Late Season

See You Next Year


Belonging to Angelic Organics will provide you with vegetables and herbs that are in season in this region.

To learn more about your vegetable share throughout the season, go to What’s in The Box?

Stay Informed With Farm News

Your box come with Farm News, an entertaining and informative newsletter written by Farmer John.

Farm News that John composes with each delivery is always heartfelt, insightful and educational…
~ Facebook Review

Watch the Feature Documentary The Real Dirt on Farmer John

For a unique farm experience, watch The Real Dirt on Farmer John to learn about your farm and your farmer from the comfort of your home. Fifty years in the making, the feature documentary garnered 31 film festival awards and has been seen by over 20 million people worldwide.

What makes our CSA even more special is the fact that our farmer is also gifted in the arts. He [was the subject of] a film, depicting the history and struggles of what it means to be a farmer.
~ Facebook Review

Visit the Farm

Attend a Field Day
Join us for Field Days. We host two Field Days per season where we offer full-day opportunities to visit the farm.

Pick a Bouquet of Flowers in our U-Pick Garden
Harvest beans, peas and a bouquet of flowers from our U-Pick Garden, open from late June through September.

Braden and Bennet pick beans in the U-Pick Garden at a Field Day

Manage Your Membership Online

Create a Vacation Hold
Log in to your membership account to put your box on vacation hold at least two weeks in advance of its scheduled arrival, and re-schedule its delivery for a later date or donate it to a food bank.

Receive Pickup Reminder Emails
You will receive a pickup reminder email the evening before your box is delivered.

Schedule a Temporary Pickup Location Change
Log in to your membership account to schedule a temporary pickup location change at least two weeks in advance. You can even change your pickup location to “Farm on Wednesday Free Choice”, and pack your own box at the farm. This is a great way to have a close-up experience of the farm, the crew and the pack.

Angelic Organics CSA or Meal Kit Delivery?

Perhaps you would prefer a meal kit delivery service. In spite of the allure of meal kit services, our CSA offers many features that no meal kit delivery service provides. If you are deciding between Angelic Organics CSA and a meal kit delivery service, Angelic Organics offers many features unavailable with meal kits. Learn more about these features at Angelic Organics CSA or a Meal Kit Service?

You Can Count on Us

We have had great success filling our CSA boxes to the brim with vibrant produce for the past many seasons. Don’t take our word for it: read over 290 five star reviews (4.8 average rating) on FacebookYelp and Google. Also, browse Instagram photos from our shareholders.

We love love love this CSA! We’ve been members of many before, including in the Central Valley of California, and Angelic is the best.
~ Google Review

Learn More About Community Supported Agriculture

To learn more about how CSA works, go to What is CSA?

Share Types and Prices

Main Season Shares

Both full and half vegetable shares are the same size 3/4 bushel box. The full vegetable share is delivered every week for 20 weeks starting in early June. The half vegetable share is 10 every-other-week deliveries made over the course of the 20-week main season.

Full Vegetable Share — 20 Deliveries Starting in June 2019

Secure a weekly share of fresh, seasonal organic vegetables and herbs for $740 (comes out to $37 per box).

Half Vegetable Share — 10 Deliveries Starting in June 2019
Secure an every-other-week share of fresh, seasonal organic vegetables and herbs for $400 (comes out to $40 per box). 

Fruit Share — 10 Deliveries Starting in June 2019
Secure an every-other-week share of organic, seasonal fruit for $500 (comes out to $50 per box). The fruit share is on
ly available as an add-on to a vegetable share. Visit our fruit share page for more information.

Extended Season Shares

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 20-Week Season Ends
Secure a 4-week extended season vegetable share for $120 (comes out to $30 per box).

Half Extended Season Vegetable Share — 2 Deliveries after the Main 20-Week Season Ends
Secure a 2-week extended season vegetable share for $60 (comes out to $30 per box). 

Extended Season Fruit Share — 2 Deliveries After the Main 20-Week Season Ends
Secure a 2-week extended season fruit share for $100 (comes out to $50 per box). Visit our fruit share page for more information.


Choose a discount from 0% to 25% to apply to your share purchase when you sign up by Tuesday, September 25. You will save $437 when you choose a discount of 25% and sign up for main season vegetable and fruit shares and extended season vegetable and fruit shares with home delivery. We will be phasing out the 25% discount on Tuesday, September 25 and gradually reducing the maximum discount.

If everyone chooses the biggest discount, it will be 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 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

We Would Love to Grow Your Vegetables and Herbs

We hope you will join our farm for a culinary adventure, a cultural experience, and a rich connection to the land.