CSA Program

2024 CSA Program Now Open

Accepting New Members!

2024 Summer Csa program

Projected Dates:  June 12 – 14th thru October 23 – 25th

2024 Early Winter CSA extension

Projected Dates:  October 30 – November 1st thru December 11 – 13th
No pickup on the week of Thanksgiving Nov. 27 – 29th

*Projected Start = dates subject to change pending weather

2024 Honey Boost

Temporarily Sold Out!  We anticipate more shares available by Summer.  Click here to get on the notification list.
Four distributions (1 lb bottle each) with your Full or Medium CSA share throughout the season.  More Details

2024 Pork Share

These shares are not available through online registration.  Click here for enrollment instructions.
Five distributions of heritage pork throughout the Summer CSA Season.  More Details

CSA Pricing Here

All PICK UPS ARE AT THE FARM Wednesday, Thursday or Friday from 2pm to 7pm

Summer CSA

As a member of the Gorman Farms CSA, you will receive an assortment of spring, summer and fall vegetables as the seasons change throughout the program.  Signup for our standard Full Share or the reduced size Medium Share depending on your family’s needs.  Starting around the first week of June, pickups happen weekly at the farm on your selected day.  We will have everything setup like a farmer’s market with boards and labels guiding you through the selections.

The pickup process is interactive but also set up for those of you with time constraints.  You can interact at your own pace or just get your produce and go.

Also available, complimentary and exclusive to all CSA memberships, is our “CSA Members Only Pick-Your-Own Flower and Herb Garden“, where you can pick a bouquet of flowers and/or fresh herbs each week as available.


Early Winter CSA

The Early Winter CSA program is an extension into December starting the following week after the Summer CSA season ends. Only one share size is available. We plan for a mid-range share, between our standard Full and Medium share sizes. Keep in mind many of the items may be storage items and perishability should be less than the regular Summer Season.  When the light and temperatures change into the end of November and December, the fresh eating crops will slow down. Mother Nature is in charge. You will see many of your favorite fall crops, plus some additional crops that aren’t produced until later.