CSA – Community Supported Agriculture
Community Supported Agriculture is a term that has many different forms.
CSA Debit cards allow you to buy our products in advance, and currently hands free. Think of it like a gift card or a pre-paid account with your farmer. We’ll hold the card for you in a box and can let you know your balance at any time. The cards don’t expire and you can add to them whenever you’d like. For more information and to sign up, please go HERE.
We value CSA/Debit cards for their practical nature, but also because we find our CSA customers are those we often develop the closest relationships with. The health from vegetables is greater than the roots and leaves that you put in your shopping basket. Likewise for us, the value of farming comes from being part of the community that shares the vegetables & herbs that are grown on our soil.
When you purchase a CSA Debit card with us it is available for use at any of our farmers’ markets, pick-up locations, and online offerings. To use your card for an online pre-purchase, simply email us your request and we’ll submit your order.
Thank you for being part of our CSA community.
Winter 2020-2021 CSA Shares
This winter we are excited to offer a roots, herbs, and greens CSA pre-boxed share. Shares will be available from Dec. 1 – April 1 (with the week off following Christmas). The 17 week share will be available for pick-up in Rockland, Portland, and Bowdoinham. For share details, including an example box, visit our online listing here. We’re filling the greenhouses with greens and looking forward to boxing this food to you.
We are committed members of the farmers’ market in Portland and Rockland. During this unsual time of COVID-19, the markets are currently still running as scheduled.
Rockland Farmers’ Market, Thursdays
Located in Harbor Park (just down the hill from Rite Aid), 9am – 1pm. (Mid-May – October)
*During festivals, find us as Snow Marine park
Portland Farmers’ Market, Saturdays
Deering Oaks Park, 7am – 1pm. (April-November). You can find us at the Deering Ave end of the park on the eastern side of the circle.