A CSA, or Community Supported Agriculture, was started in Japan as a way to "buy in" to a farm- you pay up front when the farmer needs money at the beginning of the season and receive the bounty as the weeks go on with a bag of fresh produce every week. If the farm does well, your bounty will do well, but if a drought, plague, or other natural occurrences affect the crop you help buffer the farmer's poor crop.
You’re picking up a bunch of healthy veggies from your local farmer, you deserve to treat yourself thanks to Marisa from Buddy Bear Baked Goods (you know her stuff if you go to the markets)! The baked goods share will include one full loaf of bread per week plus one or two other baked goods. Or choose to just get a loaf of bread a weekSome possibilities include ginger molasses cookies, muffins, brownies, biscotti, shortbread, biscuits and many more. Gluten free and/or vegan options available upon request! $15.50/week for the full and $8.25/week for “Just Bread” for the 10 weeks the fall CSA happens.
Our eggs come from Leonard Hostetler out of Hotchkiss, Colorado. These organic, pasture raised eggs eat a diet of sprouted barley and whatever they find in the field. "I doubt anyone else has eggs these good because no one else feeds them like we do," he said.
Our CSA members pick up their shares at the farm. This summer and fall, because of limited access with construction, members will pick up their share market style on Tuesday Afternoon/ Evenings from 4:00-7:00pm.
Eggs- You can select to receive either a full dozen or a half dozen eggs to pick up weekly with your vegetable share. Our eggs come from Leonard Hostetler our of Hotchkiss, Colorado. These organic, pasture raised eggs eat a diet of sprouted barley- corn and soy free!
Meat- Add a Nieslanik beef share to get grass-fed local beef out of Carbondale, CO!