Get stoked for our Spring CSA!


What is Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)?                                                                                                

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a way for us, your farmers, to get fresh food directly to you- our neighbors, friends, and community.  

CSAs are a rad model for many-a-reason!: It cuts out the middle people. Our food goes straight from the field right to you.  The share you invest in says that you appreciate high quality, fresh, local food and are willing to pay a little more for it.  You are helping make this our livelihood and not just a hobby.

One of the best parts is the connection we get to make with folks who care about what goes into their body and how that food was grown. We gladly share our practices and techniques and what we’ve learned so far.  Transparency is something we could use more of when it comes to food!

CSA shares typically go for a "full season", meaning May through October or November.  This year we will only be offering a lovely condensed 8 week version of this during the spring. 


How Does it Work?

It begins by you paying the up-front sum for the season.  Starting the end of May or beginning of June you'll receive a variety of in-season veggies, usually about 8 or 9 different varieties, once a week through the 8-week duration.  We encourage you to pick up your share, at no extra cost, at a pick-up location if possible: Locations TBA.  We can usually also deliver it to a home or office for an extra fee if it resides in SLC.


The Goods

Your investment in a share will bring a lovely assortment of veggies you may or may not be familiar with in your day-to-day regimen.  Yes, we throw you some interesting varieties, so we hope you're excited!!!  Some of the items you can expect: kale, spinach, mustard, radicchio, radishes, carrots, beets, turnips, lettuce, micro greens, endive, fennel, pak choi, chard, collards, bunching onions, cilantro, kohlrabi, cabbage, and a few more hopefuls. 


 The Down + Dirty/Payment

Your up-front payment is appreciated so when it's go time we can focus more on growing food and less on logistics and boring stuff.  We accept cash, checks and cards.  Credit card payments can be made online through our Sign-Up page.  Sorry for the inconvenience, but we won't be accepting PayPal or Apple Pay.

Please feel free to contact us with any questions.  Cheers to a beautiful season!

~ Kim & Charlie