We tend to focus on the common crops we all tend to enjoy, while providing long harvest windows, staggered varieties, and consistency within.
CSA’s are known for introducing Members to new or obscure items they may not have chosen on their own, and promoting heirloom or uncommon vegetables. We do offer this, but also do our best to not inundate you with them. We aim to provide as much choice with in these areas.
Cucumbers, Summer Squashes (Zucchini), Melons, Greens (Kales, Collards, Swiss Chard), Salad Greens (Spinach, *Lettuces, Arugula), Peppers (Sweet and Hot), Eggplant, Alliums (Onions, Garlic, Leeks, Scallions), **Tomatoes, Herbs, Winter Squash (Butternut, Acorn, Kabocha, Spaghetti, Sweet Dumpling), Broccoli, Cabbages (Red, Green, Napa, Savoy), Root crops (Carrots, Beets, Potatoes, Sweet Potatoes) and much more.
*Lettuce generally equals Romaine, Butter, Bibb, Oak Leaf, Curly Leaf, Summer Crisp. Thus Lettuce is available almost every week with a new tasty variety.
**Tomato generally equals Cherry, Heirloom, Roma, Classic Round Slicing, Pear & Grape, Canning Tomatoes and more.
**Tomatoes are usually get planted in 4-6 different intervals with staggered timing to maximize variety and lengthen the harvest window. The same is true with Peppers, Melons, Cucumbers, Greens, Squashes, Onions, etc.