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WINTER CSA
Community Supported Agriculture

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

2021 Winter CSA IS SOLD OUT

THE 2021 WINTER CSA

January 7th thru April 29th.

    Our CSA  offers you an opportunity to be part of our grassroots food community and share in the year's bounty with us.  You buy a share of the crops, upfront, and we grow the crops and get them to  you clean and fresh throughout the season. 
You receive local and healthful food, grown without  pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, or genetically modified seeds.
    We offer winter shares for18 weeks, with boxes being distributed every other week.   The Winter CSA, starts in January and ends in late April.  We distribute shares every other week, which gives you 9 winter shares.  Food amount is estimated to feed 2-4 humans who eat some vegetables with each meal they cook, for 2 weeks at a time.  
     Winter weather limits the kind of vegetable diversity we can January through April.  We rely on winter staples like potatoes, winter squash, leeks, and carrots, but we also love and crave fresh greens like tender salad, spinach, kale, chard, and Asian greens.  We strive to include a solid amount of fresh greens in every share.    We like to eat a diversity of seasonal vegetables in the winter, and we want to share that same diversity with you.   We have a few new treats for our Winter CSA members this year, which includes apples, which we are pretty excited about.
​    This year we are offering home delivery as well as on farm pick up to help limit Covid exposure for those to need extra consideration.  The main event happens at our favorite local intentional community, where the pick-up site is located south-town Corvallis.  The location is outside but undercover.  We will talk about the food, share recipes, and chat about life.  And we will sanitize our hands and give each other space while doing so!  We also feel strongly about limiting food waste and thus will have some options for making sure you are happy with the food you are taking home.                              

EAT WELL - BE WELL

A WELL-BALANCED WINTER SHARE

Eat fresh & local food in the Winter!
January 7th, 2021 thru April 29th

$450.00

$50 Weekly Share Value
Feeds 2-4 People
9 Shares  /  Distributed Bi-Weekly
Home Delivery
Available for an additional $72  ($8 per delivery)
 WINTER CSA SOLD OUT! 
SHARE DETAILS
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SEASON &
PICK-UP
January 7 - April 29
 
Pick up days and locations are:
 
Thursday 1970 SE Crystal Lake Dr, Corvallis,  4:30-6:00 PM
 
Friday Rainshine Family Farm 38560 Kings Valley Hwy,  1:00 to 6:30  PM
Thursday Home Delivery Philomath & Corvallis addresses only, 3-7 PM
SHARE DATES:
1/7,  1/21,  2/4,  2/18,  3/4,  3/18,  4/1,  4/15,  4/29
WHAT'S IN
THE BOX
CSA SHARE SAMPLES -
January~  Brussel sprouts, cauliflower, honeynut squash, kale, salad mix, and beets
Febuary~ Potatoes, carrots, shallots, salad mix, collards, arugula, radishes, and garlic
March~ Cabbage, leeks, kale raab, salad mix carrots, cilantro, and potatoes
April~  Spinach, onions, cauliflower, kale, parsnips, garlic, herbs, and purple sprouting broccoli
Winter weather limits the kind of vegetable diversity we can grow.  We rely on winter staples like potatoes, winter squash, leeks, and carrots, but we also love and crave fresh greens like tender salad, spinach, kale , and chard.  We strive to include lots of greens in every box.    We like to eat a diversity of seasonal vegetables in the winter, and we want to share that same diversity with you. 
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!
 
In lieu of the Coronavirus, we are adjusting our swapping system to minimize vegetable handling.  We are still exploring systems that will allow members some choice while keeping our labor down and shares affordable.
 
Know that that whatever system we settle on, the health of our community  and reducing food waste is important to us!

 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, emphasizing cleanliness when handling your food, and sterilizing food containers.  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.
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