Our 2018 CSA season will run from approximately mid July to the beginning of October, for a total of 12 shares.
Food Share Options
Single Share – This share is geared toward a single adult or a couple. Early Bird Registration Paid in full by March 31,2018 $302. Regular Registration $325
Half Share - This share is geared towards two adults, families with young children or an adult vegetarian. Early Bird Registration Paid in full by March 31,2018 $465. Regular Registration $500
Full Share – This share is geared towards families with children or two vegetarians. Early Bird Registration Paid in full by March 31,2018 $810. Regular Registration $870.
How you can save
Take advantage of our early bird registration save – pay in full by March 31, 2018.
What is Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)
The Beckwitch commits to growing and harvesting a diverse variety of produce for our CSA shareholders for the 2018 season. We will carefully choose our heirloom seeds and use our many years of growing experience to ensure you receive the best tasting and freshest produce. We do not use any pesticides in our gardens and most of our gardens are no till raised beds. The Beckwitch commits to using sustainable foraging techniques.
The Shareholder commits to accepting the risks involved in growing produce: In the event that certain products/varieties are unavailable or available in limited quantity, you agree to be sympathetic and accepting that we have provided your produce to the best of our abilities.
The items you will find in your CSA share are based on availability of the produce and will be largely affected by environmental conditions. Shareholders cannot choose what is included in their share, nor can they switch out for another item.
No cancellations or refunds to be given after week four of the CSA season.
You can expect to receive some or all of the following, depending on the season and the weather: Broccoli, Cabbage, Carrots, Cucumbers, Cut flowers (decoration), Edible flowers, Garlic, Gourds, Herbs, Honey, Hot peppers, Kale, Melons, Mixed greens, Onions, Potatoes, Radish, Sweet peppers, Swiss Chard, Tomatoes, Wild foraged produce, Zucchini