Do you love fresh, local fruits and veggies? Do you want to support local farmers?
If yes, sign up for our CSA (community supported agriculture program). Learn more here.
There are whole and half shares (pick up every week or every other week).
The cost varies by season.
Pick up is self-serve (you can come to the Farm any time between Wednesday at noon and Monday at 6pm).
**New** Season Pass (Full; Half) Save 10% when you sign up for the whole year
Spring (Full; Half)
Summer (Full; Half)
Fall (Full; Half)
Medical residents, if you want to use your stipend, please use this form to sign up.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi Everyone, it’s too cold to harvest. There will be no Farmer’s Market tomorrow (1/17/18).
If you’re missing the Farm, sign up to come to our Luminary Walk on Jan 27th !
We’re also recruiting volunteers for that event. Please email Amanda at Amanda.Sweetman@stjoeshealth.org for more information.
Thank goodness for volunteers and sunny days! We will be having the Farmers Market tomorrow (11-1) in the hospital lobby.
There will be no Farmers Market on Jan 3rd.
Too cold to harvest. Stay warm everyone and Happy New Year!!
The sun warmed the hoops and we were able to harvest. We’ll see you tomorrow in the hospital lobby from 11-1.
Plus, there is a special event being put on by our partners: Prescription for Health
It’s too cold to harvest today. We will plan on being back next week.
Make healthy eating easier–join the CSA program! You will receive a bag of delicious vegetables each week and support local famers. This season is shorter (7 weeks) and features items like: squash, potatoes, sweet potatoes, onions, carrots, spinach, lettuce, kale, and radishes.
Sign up today! Click here
Program runs Nov 8th–Dec 20th.
Note: we’ve changed systems and are now using the class/event registration- you have to “add an event” to be able to register and pay
Interns helping to pack shares.
Why is there no half-share?
This season is short and will contain many of our storage vegetables, meaning that these vegetables will keep for 1-2 months if you keep them in a cool dark place. Meaning that it is less likely that you will be overrun by vegetables that will go bad quickly. As always, we encourage you to share with a co-worker, neighbor, or friend.
What is a CSA?
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) programs are a way for farms to connect directly with customers. Typically, farms offer a set number of “shares” which customers can purchase at the beginning of the season. Then customers come pick up their shares each week for a set number of weeks. This is a great model for all involved, farmers get up-front capitol when they need it most and consumers get ultra-fresh, local produce.
Our CSA is a bit different: it is collaborative and self-serve. Collaborative means that many farms in the area contribute food. We strive to work with only the best growers that use safe and sustainable growing practices. Self-serve means that you have from Wednesday at 12pm and Monday at 5pm to pick it up.