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What is Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)? It is the opportunity for you to get to know your food, who grows it, how its grown, build a community around eating good food, and directly support the farmers growing your food from seed to harvest.

You pay in advance for a bag of fresh produce, and then we share our farm, recipes, produce and more with you throughout the season. With your valued support as a CSA member, we aim to offer you delicious fresh produce and opportunity to reserve your farm fresh chicken eggs. A farm CSA will recieve a bag of our seasonally available fresh produce and herbs + some ideas to cook with. Our CSA is peck size fit for 2 people on a every other week scheduled pick up. 

FARM CSA: Peck size bag of seasonal produce, a fresh herb, and a recipe ($20 per week)

ADD ON AN EGG CSA: Guaranteed 1 dozen Pasture raised non-GMO soy free chicken eggs - every other week with our FARM CSA ($5.50 per week)

WHEN: May 2-Nov 14. There will be 15 pick up dates beginning May 2 through Nov 14.  SATURDAYS 8AM- 12PM

WHERE: Nolensville Farmers Market, 7248 Nolensville Rd

Also coordinating a local pick up for the Lascassas & Milton area. 

 

PLEASE SUBSCRIBE TO OUR MAILING LIST, Submit form, then we will send an invoice. You can pay online with an additional 2.5% processing fee or mail a check to 11048 Bradley Creek Road Milton, Tn 37118 

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2020 GROW LIST

We like to grow whats cooking in the kitchen and offer unique heirlooms that you can only find at the farmers market.  Here are some of the things we are excited about growing for you this season.

SPRING

Peas, carrots, asparagus, beets, broccoli, spinach, kale, bok choy, butterhead lettuce, fennel, leeks, turnip, parsley, oregano, chamomile 

SUMMER

Cucumbers, tomato, pepper, beans, carrots, eggplant, okra, summer squash, watermelon, dill, basil

FALL

Carrots, beet, broccoli, spinach, kale, bok choy, Napa cabbage, Arugula, fennel, turnip, butternut squash, parsley, oregano, rosemary, sage