Summer CSA Share
Farm fresh food in Dolores County made easy! Fifteen weeks of harvest from July 12th to October 18th. Sign up by April 15th and receive a $35 discount! We have a limited number of shares available, so sign up early to make sure you get in!
More details below.
To sign up for a CSA Share via check please go to this link:
How Does Our CSA Work?
A produce club, also known as Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is an alternative, local based economic model for food distribution that promotes sustainable agriculture as well as the livelihood of local farmers.
This is a program where you subscribe by paying for a share of the farms produce at the beginning of the season. This creates a mutually beneficial relationship between the farmer and the consumer.
It provides working capitol for us to purchase needed materials at the beginning of the growing season and, in return, we dedicate ourselves to growing your produce and providing you with fresh, nutritious, and bountiful vegetables.
Where do I pick up my food?
Shareholders will pick up their food on the farm in Cahone on Friday afternoons anytime between 4pm to 6:30pm. Shares are pre-packaged and placed in our walk-in cooler for a convenient and fast pickup.
What if I can't make a pickup?
Summer is a busy time for folks and sometimes you want to go out of town and just can't find someone to pickup your share. We understand. SongHaven Farm will refund up to 4 weeks of the CSA if given advanced warning by midnight Monday (via email or phone call, no text), that you won't be able to get your share that week. Refund checks will be issued at the end of the season (credit card charge fees will be deducted from your refund).
However, if a shareholder fails to give adequate advance warning, then that weeks produce and refund is forfeited.
How much food is in a share?
Our shares will generally feed 2-3 people depending on eating habits. There will be plenty of opportunities to take home bulk produce (at a wholesale rate, later in the fall) in case you wish to put up some food for the winter.
Shareholders will also have the opportunity to purchase farm fresh eggs and a raw goats milk share after becoming CSA members.
What produce can I expect?
Generally the shares will have eight to twelve unique items in the box and the items will vary according to the season. Here's what we are hoping to have in your boxes during this upcoming season:
Beginning of the Season:
Kale Beets Radishes
Sweet Salad Turnips Bok Choy
Carrots Garlic Fresh Herbs
Butterhead Lettuce Zucchini
Later in the Season:
The vegetables listed above plus:
Cherry Tomatoes Slicing Tomatoes
Onions Cucumbers Peppers
Spinach Green Beans Parsnips
Potatoes Winter Squash
Thanks for checking out our CSA and let us know if you have any questions!
Contact Michele at (970) 403-2895 or firstname.lastname@example.org