See list below of vegetables typically included in a Share.
Before Signing up for 2014 CSA Share:
* Non-working members enjoy the convenience of picking up their share of vegetables each week at our Farm outside of Bath or at a pick-up site in Corning.
* Working members appreciate cultivating their gardening skills in a beautiful environment with others who appreciate healthy living. The fresh air, exercise and community of kind hearts bring people back year after year to help plant, grow, weed, and harvest delicious veggies together.
* Working members must indicate when they'd like to work - either Monday evenings from 5-7pm or Thursday mornings from 11am-1pm (first week of June through third week of October). We ask working members to commit to one of those time slots for the whole growing season. If you are out of town and miss your work time, you can simply forfeit your vegetables for that week. Or you can ask someone else to work for you and have them pick-up your veggies.
After placing a 50% deposit to register, the balance is due by 3/28. Working Share balance is $160, and the NonWorking Share balance is $250.
2. Place a 50% deposit or pay in full. You can pay in one of three ways:
b. or send a check made out to the PeaceWeavers, c/o Willow at 8125 Crouse Road, Bath, NY 14810. Please indicate the Working or NonWorking Share in memo line.
c. or call us at 607-776-4060 to pay over the phone with a credit card (VISA, MC, AMX, DSC)
3. If you don't pay in full when you first sign up, the balance is due by 3/28 and can be made via any of the above methods of payment.
What is a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture)? CSA's are an alternative way of connecting farmers and consumers that insures fresher, better quality, healthier food for the consumer and a guaranteed market for the farmer. Individuals, couples and families sign up in the winter to receive a weekly share of the vegetable harvest during the growing season.
Overall, belonging to a CSA is not simply about getting great vegetables. It's about being part of a movement that is boosting local economies as well as reclaiming healthy food, unspoiled land, air and water for ourselves and generations to come.
Please be in touch with us if you have any questions - 607-776-4060. We look forward to growing and harvesting with you this year!
Best wishes for your wellness from all of us on the Farm,
Beth, Coby, Willow, Al, Kylie, Kevin, Shay, August, Stefanie and Greg Lynn
Below is a list of vegetables we grow and that you're likely to receive in your Share. Some of the items listed are more available at the beginning or end of each month. Weekly shares will be smaller in the beginning of the season and larger as the days grow warmer.
Veggies typically harvested in June
Leaf Lettuces, Spinach, Scallions, Swiss Chard, Garlic Scapes, Kale, Radishes, Asian Greens, Parsley, Beets, Collard Greens, Snow Peas, Mustard Greens
Veggies typically harvested in July
Broccoli, Leaf lettuces, Sugar snap peas, Tomatoes, Cabbage, Kale, Garlic, Basil - green & purple, Peppers, Spinach, Onions, Cauliflower, Fennel, Eggplant, Buckwheat greens, Beets with greens, Snow peas, Swiss chard, Scallions, Parsley, Asian Greens
Veggies typically harvested in August
Cucumbers, Green beans, Zucchini & Summer squash, Patty pan squash, Melons, Carrots, Broccoli, Leaf Lettuces, Tomatoes, Red and green peppers, Swiss chard, Collards, Green peppers, Basil - green & purple, Eggplant, Parsley, Buckwheat Greens, Beets
Veggies typically harvested in September
Sweet corn, Potatoes - red, white or Keuka Gold, Leeks, Peppers ~ red, green, purple, hot, Sunflowers, Apples, Zucchini & Summer squash, Cauliflower, Fennel, Cucumbers, Green and red cabbage, Spinach, Onions, Tomatoes, Broccoli, Collard greens, Patty pan squash, Summer squash, Beets, Swiss chard, Eggplant, Parsley, Leaf lettuces
Veggies typically harvested in October
Winter squash - spaghetti, acorn, butternut, delicata, carnival, Potatoes - red, white, Keuka Gold, Apples, Cauliflower, Leeks, Red onions, Yellow onions, Green peppers, Green and Red cabbage, Kale, Collards, Parsley, Beets, Eggplant, Swiss chard, Fennel, Leaf Lettuces