Stearns Farm CSA is a non-profit corporation funded primarily by the sale of shares in the harvest, with help from volunteers, foundations, and individual donors. Like all CSAs, it is a partnership between the farmer and the consumers in which the farmer and consumer share the risk of agriculture and the bounty of a good harvest. Consumers become shareholders by buying a “share” of the harvest. The farmer receives upfront funds for supplies, has a secure contracted market, and can therefore concentrate on vegetable farming, providing shareholders with abundant, high-quality crops. We reduce the risk of crop failure by planting over 40 vegetables and using all natural, sustainable growing methods that increase soil fertility and keep plants healthy.
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In Your Share
July 24, 2017
Classic harvest: Cucumbers, arugula, baby kale, carrots, parsley or basil, peppers, radishes, fresh onions, beets
Farmers choice: Summer squash, parsley or basil, carrots, radishes, baby kale, fresh onion
PYO (both shares): Blueberries (on Friday only. Please see this week's From the Field post about the picking blueberries), herbs, flowers.
Please remember to weigh your produce carefully and to take only the quantity allotted to you. When harvesting herbs, pick only from rows flagged with yellow stars. Respect our community by upholding our honor system.
Although the crops listed on this page represent what the farmer anticipates will be available this week, the vegetables you receive may be different due to weather conditions and other factors that affect production. For an overview of the ebb and flow of the harvest throughout the season, check out the Harvest Chart.