Select products for your CSA share! Each Share lasts 6 months, the Winter Share runs from November to April and the Summer Share runs from May to October (unless otherwise stated). Please sign up early to ensure availability.
Pick and choose from the following options (each lasts for 6 months May-October and November-April):
Our hens are completely non-GMO. Enjoy your rainbow dozens, with brown, pink, blue, white, chocolate and speckled shells from our many heritage breeds of chickens.
Chicken Egg Share: 1 dozen per week — $120 for 26 weeks
Duck Egg Share: 1 dozen per week –$130 for 26 weeks
Our heritage hogs are completely non-GMO. In addition to non-GMO locally grown feed, they spend the year outside feasting on acorns, roots, and pasture.
Regular Share: 1 package a week about 4-8 pounds per month — $180 for 26 weeks
1 rabbit (about 3-4 pounds) per month — $96 for 6 months
Pick-ups in the winter can happen any prearranged day of the week at our Market from 11am-6pm or on Fridays in Traverse City (see below).
Miss the sign-up deadlines? If we’ve ordered extra we can prorate the weeks you’ve missed. Pro-rating is not available for weeks you miss in the middle of the season, but for frozen items we can give them to you the following week. Try to sign up early so we can plan for you.
Available early summer-fall:
Our garden is essentially organic. We have not ever used any chemicals or sprays, and we use organic seeds.
Regular Vegetable Share:
16 weeks: 3rd week of June to end of September — $400 total
Spring add-on: Starts ASAP in spring and includes nettles, morel mushrooms and whatever else the garden is producing. — $60 total
The spring add-on is added to the regular share.
regular: Includes 1 Red Ranger chicken/week (July-October, 18 weeks total), plus 2 turkeys in time for the holidays $420/year
small: Includes 1 Red Ranger chicken/every other week (July-October), plus 1 turkey for the holidays $240/year
Pastured chicken, with non-GMO feed.
Regular Share: Includes 1 Red Ranger chicken per week — $360 total July–October
We purchase feed for all our animals from local farmers that use non-GMO seeds and spray as little as possible (or not at all). All the seeds used to grow our veggies are Non-GMO and organic. Our vegetables are organically grown with compost and occasional organic fertilizers (fish emulsion and kelp). We also prioritize our neighbors as customers and donate to the local food pantry.