Community Supported Agriculture

We are a small, farmer owned CSA farm located in Northeastern Wisconsin. We have 120 acres of farm land, 1.5 acres of garden and 3 acres of orchards.

What is CSA?

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a partnership between a farm and a local community of supporters. 2016 Shares

How often will I receive product?

Typically once the season begins, which is mid-June, you'll receive produce once a week for at least 15 weeks. We'll deliver your share of fresh picked veggies and a fine selection of herbs to a designated pickup site at Maplewood Meats (on Hwy 29, just 12 minutes west of Green Bay), or on our Farm in Bonduel, WI. Our tentative delivery dates are:
Pickup at Farm: Wednesdays 3-5 and Sundays 3-5.
Pickup at Maplewood Meats: Thursdays 3-4.

Our produce will vary, based on what's ready for harvest and will range from a few pounds to over 20 pounds at the peak of the season. Just remember you'll have fresh food from the farm. No need to worry about where your produce is coming from.

What benefits can I receive from membership?

Being involved with a CSA operation always means sharing the rewards as well as the risks of farming.
The benefits of a membership in our CSA include:
• Enjoying the freshest produce available. We typically will harvest it the same day you will receive it.
• Knowing where, how and by whom your food is being produced.
• Having a direct connection with the people who produce your food.
• Supporting the kind of stewardship that is good for the land as well as its people to ensure it will be available for future generations.

What are the risks of a CSA membership?

The risks include weather and pests. As a CSA member you’re now sharing the risk of farming with us. Just as you’ll reap the rewards when the weather cooperates, you now share in the risk of too much or too little rain, too hot or too cool of a growing season. We do our best to raise diversified crops, so while the lettuce may bolt early, the peppers like the extra hot sun and will thrive. Overall, we hope to bring you fresh produce week after week.

2016 Rates

2016 Rates based on at least a 15-week season

Full Share $525 feeds a family of 4.
Half Share $300 feeds a family of 2-3.

We invite you to fill out our application for membership form, and send your check or money order in before February 28, 2016 to ensure your membership for the 2016 growing season.