2019 Rainbow CSA Share

2019 Rainbow CSA Share

550.00

What is a CSA? A Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a direct farm-to-consumer program that provides you with the freshest local vegetables possible each week based on what is growing seasonally It’s a great way to try and eat more veggies and to eat seasonally as you will simply get whatever is in abundance at harvest time.

What is in it for you? A box of farm fresh, certified organic produce every Tuesday beginning on June 4, 2019. The 6-8 items in the weekly box (which will feed 2-3 person family) will change as the seasons change, depending upon availability.

Who are the farmers? Rolling Fork Organic Farm is a certified organic vegetable farm in the hills of Central Kentucky near Danville. They’re currently working with the Natural Resource Conservation Service to increase sustainability & conservation practices on the farm.

What does it cost? The whole season- 20 weeks of fresh, organic produce- costs $550 which breaks down to $27.50 per week.

 

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What is a CSA? A Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a direct farm-to-consumer program that provides you with the freshest local vegetables possible each week based on what is growing seasonally It’s a great way to try and eat more veggies and to eat seasonally as you will simply get whatever is in abundance at harvest time.

What is in it for you? A box of farm fresh, certified organic produce every Tuesday beginning on June 4, 2019. The 6-8 items in the weekly box (which will feed 2-3 person family) will change as the seasons change, depending upon availability.

Who are the farmers? Rolling Fork Organic Farm is a certified organic vegetable farm in the hills of Central Kentucky near Danville. They’re currently working with the Natural Resource Conservation Service to increase sustainability & conservation practices on the farm.

What does it cost? The whole season- 20 weeks of fresh, organic produce- costs $550 which breaks down to $27.50 per week.