Our 2017 CSA is now full, and registration is closed.
Thank you very much to everyone who signed up for this season!

Now you decide what veggies are in your CSA bag!

We have found that people fall into one of two camps: those who do want fennel bulbs and those who decidedly don't. You don't want fennel now you can trade for more of something you do want. A CSA tailor fit to you because a bag of veggies that you want is more valuable than one with items you won't eat. There's a reason we are your favorite farm: community supported agriculture that listens to the community. 

What is Community Supported Agriculture, CSA?

With a CSA you purchase the experience of fresh certified organic produce picked at the peak of ripeness through a partnership with our farm. CSA members pay in advance and buy a share of our harvest.  As a member you will pick up your share at our farm or one of our other pick up locations such as the Ann Arbor Farmer’s Market.

In addition to this you become part of your local farm community with invitations to special events, classes and opportunities on the farm.

What if I can’t eat, or dislike, certain vegetables? Customized CSA Shares!

Often people shy away from CSA because they do not want to receive vegetables they don’t wish to eat. Our innovative CSA swap program allows you to customize your share weekly. Most of our members enjoy the adventure of whatever appears in their share but if you wish you can swap out up to two items for something you would prefer from our swap list. 

If you chose the customizable CSA option then we will use a weekly survey email listing what is in your share and swap options.

What’s in a CSA weekly share?

We grow over 70 different varieties of vegetables, herbs and fruits all certified organic. In addition to this you can opt in for weekly shares of artisan bread and cheese made right here on the farm as well as eggs.

Some of the deliciousness we offer: Asian Greens (bok choi, mizuna, etc.) Arugula, Asparagus, Basil, Beans you-pick option, Beets, Broccoli, Brussel, Sprouts, Conical Cabbage, Napa Cabbage, several types of Carrots, Cilantro, Cucumbers, Eggplant, Garlic and Garlic Scapes, Greens (chard, collards, kale) Husk Cherry you-pick option, Lettuce, Melons (watermelon, cantaloupe) Onions, Parsley, Parsnip, Pea Shoots, Peas, snap & snow, Peppers sweet & hot, Potato, round Radish, Daikon Radish, Watermelon Rhubarb, Spinach, Strawberries you-pick option, Sunchokes (jerusalem artichokes) Spring Salad Greens, Spring Onions, summer Squash, winter Sweet Potato, several varities large heirloom Tomatoes and several varities cherry Tomato.

Occasionally shares include special treats such as Sungold Tomato Marmalade or herb infused oils or vinegars. Starting in 2017 shares will include exclusive access to new u-pick items such as strawberries.

What does the 2017 CSA membership include?

·      A weekly share of certified organic vegetables as well as bread, cheese and egg options.

·      Access to new u-pic items such as strawberries and beans.

·      Preferred access, and discounted cost, for our new line of classes and workshops such as bread making, cheese making, organic gardening and more.

·      Access to our new online recipe database and CSA newsletter and food blog.

·      First option on items from our expanding list of partner farms.

·      Free farm tours and discounts on special events.

How much does our CSA cost?

Shares can be paid in advance in full or you can put down %30 and pay the remainder at the beginning of the season.

Individual share: about $20 a week, $540 for the season.
Family Share: about $30week, $810 for the season
Artisan breads, %100 prganic flour, made right on the farm.

1 loaf of bread per week $160 for the season
2 loaves of bread a week $320 for the season

Artisan cheeses made at our farm creamery.

1 Cheese per week $250 for the season
2 Cheeses per week $480 for the season

Eggs from our farm and our partner farm.

1 dozen limit - $200 for the season

When are pickups?

Saturdays on the farm 9:30am – 1:30pm
Wednesday pick up at the Ann Arbor Farmer’s Market during market hours.