CSA Stands for Community Supported Agriculture



























CSA allows community residents to have direct access to high quality, fresh produce grown locally by regional farmers.


When you become a member of our CSA, you’re purchasing a “share” of vegetables from our farm.  Weekly from July to October, we'll deliver your produce to a farmers market near you for your pick up convenience. Pick up locations are currently on Wednesday at the Spotsylvania Farmer's Market at the regional medical center at  4600 Spotsylvania Pkwy, Fredericksburg, VA 22408 from 2pm to 5:30pm and on Sunday at the Carytown Farmer's Market at 3201 W Cary St, Richmond, VA 23221 from 11am to 2:30pm.


 As a CSA member, you will always be “first in line” for our newest and limited availability crops. CSA members and farmers share the risk and rewards with living closely with nature! That means if a pest damages the peppers, then we'll not have any peppers for that share likewise if we have abundance of tomatoes or zucchini then we'll share that with you as well! Good news and gracefully we grow a wide variety and specialty produce, meaning your share will be diverse and bountiful and we'll strive to always accommodate your needs. 

Shares usually include 7-10 types of vegetables, enough for a family of 3-4 people. 





Nothing is better for your health than eating real and local produce. Our vegetables are grown on a highly nutrient dense soil, we use ionic ocean minerals to build up the soil profile, which means you are getting an intense nutritious plant and flavorful produce. All our produce is organically grown, we don't use any chemicals, herbicides, or pesticides. Each week you are getting freshly picked produce that has it's nutritional value retained and the natural flavor of the vegetables. It's truly life changing to taste what nature has to give without the fluff. You get to eat what we eat. When you eat a tomato or a carrot that has just been picked or pulled, you taste a difference from produce that has been sitting a while. Our family has truly been transformed from the concept of eating and we are happily here to share this lifestyle with you. For high quality locally grown organic produce, you truly get a steal of a deal. You can feel confident that you know where your food is coming from, you know how it is grown and you are feeding your family the best produce nature has to offer.  Nothing is better for your health than eating real food! You will learn the joy of eating perfectly in-season veggies at their tastiest. It has truly been a blessing to experience how delicious vegetables can be!

By becoming a member of our CSA, you become part of our family in a way. You get to see us at the markets, chat and get to know what your farmers are up to, likewise, we get to know you too! Every week we will strive to share pictures, farm stories, tips & recipes from our own kitchen. 

What produce to expect?

We are constantly evolving to meet your needs and we love to explore with specialty heirloom produce. You can expect to have a variety of tomatoes, peppers, melons or squash, eggplants, cucumbers, kale, spinach, carrots, okra, zucchini, fresh herbs and our variety of micro greens. In addition to our farm produce, CSA members will have a pick each week of two variety of our micro greens. Our current micro greens are sunflowers, basil, arugula, sorrel, spicy salad mix. Your CSA bag will include a variety from this list of produce. Each week might be different depending on what is flourishing at the time. We'll update you periodically. 

What does it cost?

We offer a flexible share plan, no commitment. You simply pay for the week you need fresh produce. Our flexible plan means you simply pay for the week you need. Give us a call and we'll have your freshly picked produce ready for pick up at our next pick up location. Our cost is 40 per week. You may fill out the form below and make weekly payments. 

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