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CSA

Community Supported Agriculture

The CSA supports our core belief that community is integral to the life of our farm.

Thanks t o all our wonderful CSA members for another great year!

2022 Summer/Fall CSA Registration will open in Feburary

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Weekly Farm Fresh Food!

2022 SUMMER CSA...coming soon.
Our CSA  offers you an opportunity to be part of our grassroots food community  and share the year's bounty with us.  You receive clean food, grown without  pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, or genetically modified seeds.   Food will start flowing in June and we will feed you all the way to the end of November. 

BE WELL - EAT WELL

A WELL-BALANCED SHARE

This share is perfect for those who like to prepare most of their meals with farm fresh produce each week.  We include lots of food staples like carrots, salad mix,  cooking greens and potatoes as well as exciting seasonal  treats like berries, corn, peppers, and melons    You will receive weekly emails giving you a list of your share contents.   Our goal is to  deliver you safe and healthy food that you are excited to eat!   Our CSA programs are the backbone of our farm and we offer our members the freshest most delicious food we have to offer each week.  We deliver  to  2 Corvallis locations,  offer on-farm pick-up,  and  home delivery  is available for an additional cost.

Prices coming soon.

25 Shares
June through November.
Feeds 2-4 People who eat several home-cooked meals a week
Payment options available, see registration page for details.

Pick-up Locations:

South-town Corvallis
Corvallis Saturday Market
At Rainshine Farm!
Home Delivery
SHARE DETAILS
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SEASON &
PICK-UP
Starts June - Ends November
 
Pick up days and locations are:
 
Thursday South town Corvallis & Home deliveries.
 
Friday on Farm pick-up in Kings Valley.
 
Saturday at Corvallis Farmers' Market.
VACATION POLICY - It's summer, you will go on vacation, and we will wish you well and expect souvenirs.   We will give you 2 weeks worth of vacation credit.  This credit can be used at a farmers' market, you may order more food in following weeks, or order bulk items like tomatoes for canning or basil for pesto.  Another option is to have a friend pick up your share for you while you are gone.  If you take more than 2 weeks vacation, you either forfeit those weeks or have to give them as a gift to a friend.
WHAT'S IN
THE BOX
CSA SHARE SAMPLES -
June~ Sugar peas, carrots, basil, zucchini, spinach, new potatoes, and broccoli
July~ Cherry tomatoes, cauliflower, green beans, celery, basil, cucumbers, and salad mix
August~  Heirloom tomatoes, cucumbers, sweet bell peppers, carrots, head lettuce, cabbage, and corn
September~  Berries, melons, frying peppers, summer squash, onions, edamame, spinach, and tomatoes
October~ Broccoli, kale, salad turnips, potatoes, garlic, carrots, herbs, and corn
November~  Brussels sprouts, winter squash, carrots, cauliflower, salad mix, and leeks
SELECTION POLICY
In the past, we have allowed and encouraged our CSA members to swap items received in their shares if they are undesirable for whatever reason. 
Food waste is one of our biggest pet peeves!
 We also allow our CSA members to
purchase extra items and charge it to their farm credit account, or for short, your "farm tab".  This allows you the flexibility to get desired food without always having to remember to bring cash.  We will track your total and you can pay at the end of the season.

 Coronavirus precautions:

To minimize our customers possible exposure to the Coronavirus, we will provide our members with options regarding how you receive food from us (outside, on farm, and home delivery) , because eating healthy food in a way that feels comfortable and safe to you is important to us.
At the farm we focus on staying healthy and emphasizing cleanliness when handling your food.   We also keep our crew size small to handling.  Choosing farm direct food limits your contact with busy grocery stores and many hands food chains.  The CDC states that "The risk of getting COVID-19 from food you cook yourself or from handling and consuming food from restaurants and take-out...is thought to be very low. Currently, there is no evidence that food is associated with spreading the virus that causes COVID-19."
Direct farm fresh food is a and safe and healthy choice.