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We currently have several prorated CSA Shares available for the remainder of the 2018 growing season. For weekly pickup going through mid October, the prorated share price is $200. Sign up at our CSA Registration link or email us at Raisinroots@gmail.com!
Community Supported Agriculture is a direct partnership between you and the farmer. This model allows consumers to know where their food is coming from, who’s growing it, and how it is grown!
A share consists of a box of vegetables and culinary herbs every week running from mid-May through mid-October. Shares can be picked up each week at either our farm on Fridays or the Larimer County Farmers Market in Old Town on Saturday mornings. The variety changes weekly, as different crops come into and out of season throughout the year. We grow over 60 different crops and varieties, carefully chosen for taste, nutrition, and quality. Everything that we grow is pesticide-free and grown right here at our farm in Fort Collins, located just west of Taft Hill & Vine. We offer the CSA share option to give our neighbors the option to buy our produce at a wholesale price instead of the retail prices found at market. Also, the CSA model allows farmers to have income at an important time of the year when we are ordering seeds, building infrastructure, and improving our tools and production practices.
The share comes to about $20/week and includes several convenient pickup options after our harvest each week. If you are going out of town on a given week, just let us know and we will get you a double share when you’re back the next week! For more information and registration for the 2018 growing season, visit our registration page here. We do ask for a $50 deposit to hold your space for the season. We limit our CSA membership to 40 spots, as we enjoy having a tight knit community and getting to know folks throughout the season. Our 2018 CSA flyer is also attached.
2018 CSA Share: $475 for the 2018 CSA share. In early June, your share would include spring onions, radish, spinach, lettuce, and beets. Later in the season you can expect potatoes, squash, carrots, tomatoes, basil, cucumbers among many other crops and varieties!
Some photos of different weekly shares from 2017 can be found on our social media pages: