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Organic Vegetables

Community Supported Agriculture

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is when you, the consumer,

have a direct relationship with your food and local farmers.

CSA members purchase a “share” of our farm’s annual harvest upfront,

helping us establish a solid financial foundation for the season.

As a member, you receive your weekly share of freshly harvested veggies

throughout the season at a convenient pick-up location.

Our CSA is closed for 2024.

How It Works:


A weekly share of the season's freshest vegetables, as well as u-pick options from the farm, including herbs and flowers!

See details below for share options & prices, as well as what's in season!




When we have a new home

for the farm 

we will let

you know where we

landed, and where

 you can pick up a share!!


CSA pick-ups begin at the very end of May or the first week of June.

Shares are available each week throughout summer

and into fall,

lasting 23-25 weeks

of the season.


Our CSA is closed

for 2024.

Please check back for updates.

Share Options:



23-25 weeks of food

6-8 items each week

The FULL u-pick selection of items, including

flowers, herbs, beans, peas, and cherry tomatoes.

Full shares are best for families, as well as

couples who like to do a lot of cooking.

Great size for vegans and vegetarians!

Beetroots and Leeks
Why is CSA important?

CSA members commit to sharing the inherent risks and bounties of a farm from

season-to-season. By signing up early, in the fall and winter months,

your membership allows us to plan properly, purchase new seed, 

and invest in equipment at a time of year when resources and funds are low.


Being a part of Many Forks Farm, and our CSA, is a way to invest in the local food system

and strengthen your relationships in our local community.


Being a CSA member is so much more than just a direct exchange of money for food.
It’s an exchange of ideas (and recipes) between you
and fellow CSA members.

It’s learning what it takes to grow food in ethical & environmentally-conscious ways.

It’s an opportunity to get your hands in the dirt and contribute.

It's your chance to appreciate the land and all it offers us.

It is a way to feel a real connection in this increasingly disconnected world.

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Early Season

Lettuce, Salad Mix, Kale, Spinach, Arugula, Scallions, Collard Greens, Swiss Chard, Turnips, Peas, Radishes, Herbs, and more

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Tomatoes, Summer Squash, Eggplant, Cucumbers, Peppers, Carrots, Beets, Onions, Potatoes, Beans, Herbs, Flowers, and more

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Late Season

Winter Squash, Rutabaga, Turnips, Parsnips, Carrots,

Garlic, Leeks, Cabbage, Brussel Sprouts, Radishes, Celeriac, and more

What's In Season?

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