CSA Farms Northwest Michigan
Brighten your day zinnias

Brighten your day zinnias

Morning dew on a head of purple cabbage

Morning dew on a head of purple cabbage

So delicious salad turnips

So delicious salad turnips

Beautiful beets

Beautiful beets

Tall bright sunflowers

Tall bright sunflowers

A foggy summer morning

A foggy summer morning

Lovely sugar snap pea blossom

Lovely sugar snap pea blossom

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Home > Peak Season CSA > PS CSA FAQ

Peak Season CSA Frequently Asked Questions

1.  How do I sign up? 

     Look to the left and tap on "How To Sign Up For 2016". This will take you to a page      

     that includes a link where you can download the sign up sheet. Then print the form,

     complete the form and send it with the payment to Peak Season CSA.

2.   What produce will I receive in each bin?

      Some of the past members have said "every week is like Christmas!"  Each bin is a 

      surprise.  You will receive a newsletter on Sunday evening that will let you know

      what items will be in the upcoming week's bin. Mother Nature makes a big 

      difference with seasonal produce especially when it comes to ripening time. See

      our Seasonal Produce Calendar to get a better sense of what to expect to see in 

      your bin during the 16 week season.

 3.  What happens when I go on vacation?                                 

        Let me know one week in advance and I will let you double up on bins during

       another week. You will still receive 16 bins during the season. I know folks travel

       during the summer months and often times have out-of-town guests at other times.

       Also, you can always give your bin to a house sitter or neighbor to enjoy while you 

       are away. Just be sure to let them know when and where to pick up the bin.    

4.   What quantity can I expect in each bin?

       We use a recyclable black plastic bin that stacks and nests and holds a little over a        

       1/2 bushel. Sometimes larger items are delivered outside of the bin, such as bags

       of tomatoes, pumpkins, squash, sunflowers. A standard bin will provide for a couple      

       with 2 small children or a produce loving couple.

5.     Do you sell 1/2 shares?  

        At this time we sell standard and small shares. If you would like to find 

        someone to partner with you, another option is splitting a standard share with that

        person. I recommend taking turns with the pick up, so you end up with a full bin

        every other week.

       

This page last updated on 1/3/2016.