Join Our Local Community Supported Agriculture and...
Enjoy eating with the seasons
For twenty weeks, you will receive five to six varieties of certified organic produce delivered at a convenient pick-up site in Martinsburg or at our farm
Trust the fact that your food is nutritious, healthy, and safe
Our Organic foods are grown without the use of chemical fertilizers, genetically engineered organisms, or synthetic pesticides.
We follow farming practices that help protect the environment.
Help ensure the economic viability of your local farming community
The survival of small family farms is dependent on economic viability
What is CSA?
The Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)
concept may be thought of as a mutual
commitment between a farm and a community of supporters.
CSA provides a direct link between
the producers and consumers of food.
Our local CSA program provides Eastern Panhandle consumers with fresh, certified
organic produce for 20 weeks during the growing season (June - October).
Members' fees, paid in early spring,
help pay for seeds, fertilizer, and planting labor. In return, our farm provides a
healthy supply of seasonal fresh produce throughout the growing season all
grown using eco-friendly, organic techniques that preserve our local soil and
From June to
October, we provide a mixture of
Fresh crops that are in season, available
weekly at a designated pick-up site in
Berkeley County WV. All produce is picked and prepared
within 24 hours of delivery, so our members are ensured the freshest organic
produce available.The CSA is a
great way to get to know who is growing your food and how its grown.
Furthermore, joining an organic CSA
program is the most direct means of promoting the economic viability of our
local farms AND ensuring that farming practices dont endanger our natural
What's NEW for 2013?
- The 2013 CSA season runs June - October .
- Members may choose from two pick-up sites (downtown Martinsburg, OR
- Members produce will be available for pick-up 9 am - 7 pm every
- The weekly share will consist of a mixture of 5-6 produce varieties in
season with a $20-30 market value (depending on crop availability each week).
Unsure about joining?
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