CSA

Interested in a Peace of Earth Farm CSA share in 2018?  Sign up now by taking this survey, or read on to learn more about our share options.

What does a Peace of Earth Farm CSA share look like?

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a commitment involving shared responsibility between the “eaters” and the “growers”.  By purchasing a share from our farm you will help guarantee a summer’s worth of sales and offer up front cash for a small regenerative farm.  In return you will receive a wide variety of fresh vegetables, fruits, and mushrooms as they mature in season at near wholesale prices.   You will also have a chance to get to know a local farm and experience how your food is grown.

Vegetable Shares: Each week during the growing season you will come to our farm and receive a box of mixed vegetables and culinary herbs.  A pick up location in Hardwick is also available.  Early season boxes may be lighter and late season boxes hold a higher value, balancing out seasonal fluctuation.  Information about vegetable varieties, storage and recipes will accompany your share through an electronic newsletter.

Cost:  We strive to make good food available to everyone regardless of income.  At the same time, we need to make a sustainable income for ourselves.  Our shares are offered on a sliding scale.  Pay what you can afford.  If you can afford to pay more, your generosity will help make shares available for more people in your community.

Cost and Sign Up for 2018 Shares

4 Week Share in the month of June

Half shares based on a $10/wk value sliding scale: $30-$50 target price: $40

These early shares may contain cooking and salad greens, fresh herbs, rhubarb, asparagus, sprouts, and early veggies from the greenhouse.

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18 Week Small Share July-October

based on a $20/week value sliding scale: $300-$400 Target price: $360

All 18 weeks of small shares given to members in 2017 are pictured in the slideshow below.  You can expect a wide variety of vegetables, culinary herbs, fruits, and mushrooms throughout the summer.  Great for individuals, couples, and home garden supplementation.

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18 Week Large Share July-October

based on a $30/week value sliding scale: $500-$600 Target price: $540

Large shares generally have the same variety as small shares (pictured above) but with greater volume.  Great for families.

New! Medicine Share (1 time pick up in November) $65

This collection of shelf stable herbal products and nutrient dense medicinal foods grown on the farm will help you stay healthy through the winter.  It would also make an excellent gift!  Contains 3 herbal tea blends, Elderberry/Black Currant Syrup, 3# Garlic, and 4oz dried Shiitake mushrooms

*Ask us about work trade- we are open to bartering for up to half of the target price of your share.  If you have a particular skill to offer please let us know- we are always looking for help with things like carpentry and plumbing, but help pulling weeds and hauling mulch is also needed!

Registration for shares is preferred by May 1st

Payment is due by the 1st week’s pick up.  Payment installments after the due date are possible, but will incur a 10% price increase.

Sign up now to ensure your 2018 membership, we are a small farm and have limited space.  

sign up on line by filling out this survey (click here)

or contact us with your questions 

by calling:  Rebecca Beidler and Jeffrey Ellis 802-755-6336

by emailing: peaceofearthfarm@myfairpoint.net

or via snail mail (checks can be mailed here as well):

Peace of Earth Farm

43 West Griggs Rd.

Albany, VT 05820

 

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9 Responses to CSA

  1. Mary McGrath says:

    Your blog looks great! Good luck with the CSA. Mary McGrath

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