What is a CSA?
CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture. People pay for vegetables upfront, and in exchange receive a box of produce bi-weekly. Folks who buy a "share" are not only making an investment in our farm and their health, they are becoming an important part of the local food movement. By paying for your produce at the beginning of the year you help our farm invest in the seed, labor and supplies needed every season. Members receive a box of Organic produce, harvested fresh from our fields and delivered to convenient locations in the Montavilla neighborhood of Portland and Troutdale.
We are sold out of 2022 CSA Shares!
The CSA is Bi-weekly with one size share that feeds 2-6 people depending on your veggie eating habits. We have two pick-up sites: Sugarpine Drive-In in Troutdale and Threshold Brewing in Montavilla. Both are wonderful establishments that we are lucky to partner with! The Sugarpine pick-up window is between 3:45-6pm and the Threshold pick-up window is between 4-8:30pm.
Below are the dates when you will pick up your veggies:
Note: Some of these dates may be subject to change in the event of an unseasonably big weather event.
Each share will contain on average 8-12 different vegetables, and we strive to have a good balance of leafy greens, roots, herbs, storage crops, and specialty items in each box. Receiving a nutrient dense share in the winter is such a treat that we are excited to share with you all!
The cost for the share is $600. We accept credit card, cash, checks, or we can set up payment plans for folks on a budget. We also work with a non profit called PACSAC to accept SNAP benefits.
Why join our CSA?