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  • Full Name: Jade Rosen
  • Location: Deer Park Rd, Walker hook area
  • Phone: 2506534771
  • Expires: 19 days, 4 hours

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  • Item listed by: on March 10, 2018

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    We currently have room for 2 more members.

    Our 21 week Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program is an offering for local food enthusiasts and families who want to enjoy the freshest, most nutritions, naturally grown fruit and vegetables, not available in stores. By signing up for our CSA your benefits include:

    -10% discount from produce at our market stand, you pay 27$ and receive atleast $30worth of produce each week.

    -wide variety of fruit and vegetable crops such as: Strawberries ,carrots, tomatoes, peppers, sugar snap peas, cucumber, broccoli, spring mix salad greens, microgreens and sunflower shoots, zucchini, kale , swiss chard , bok choy, radish, turnip, beets, winter squash, Garlic and more.

    – produce is always super fresh! Harvested 28 hours or less before it is available to you!

    -trading available, so you get more of what you love

    -you are the first to know about bulk sales of Garlic, Tomatoes and canning vegetables

    -Member card with additional 10% discount for saturday and tuesday market booths

    -pickup your weekly produce and enjoy the peaceful atmosphere of the farm and see exactly how your vegetables and fruits are grown

    – end of summer customer appreciation lunch and social in september

    – Supporting our local economy, young entrepreneurs and natural farming practices.


    -Family Share $45/week
    $945 membership | 21weeks starting June 5th

    Couple or Single share $27/week
    $567 | 21 weeks starting June 5th


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    250 653 4771

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