Why CSA?


In a CSA the shareholder, or the consumer, shares in the risks of the farmer and has the opportunity to directly take part in the production of their own food. Shareholders proactively purchase the produce before it is even growing, helping the farmer pay for many of the costs involved. The farmer therefore invests the cost back into the farm. In return, shareholders gain access to the freshest, most nutritious produce available. This direct producer to consumer relationship is exceedingly rare in today’s industrialized food system. We enjoy and find it extremely important to grow food for our local communities, neighborhoods, restaurants, and hopefully you!  

Is it MORE expensive than buying at your store?

Our Produce is competitively priced with naturally grown local produce you might find elsewhere. With our produce you know who grew it, how it was grown, and where it came from. All funds, again, are put back into maintaining our farms activities. C.S.A. is not about cheap food which is usually neither nourishing nor grown with care for the environment in mind. C.S.A. is about each of us eating fresh for our health and for the health of our planet.

Elvis (not included in CSA box)

Elvis (not included in CSA box)

The Food Box

The contents of your box depend on the season and the elements. We assure you of enough food that will feed a family of four that eats out occasionally throughout the week or a couple that cooks most of their meals throughout the week. All of it is fresh, clean, and plentiful. We work to give you a full variety of locally grown vegetables.

The Fall CSA season will last approximately 10 weeks, starting the week of October 9th through the week of December 11th. Location options for picking up your weekly CSA box are Saturday (8am-12pm @ High Street Farmers Market), Thursday ( on farm pick-up from 4pm- 6pm) and Tuesday pickup ( 4 pm - 6 pm) will be at M7 Coffee Shop. M7 is located at 111 North Weatley, Ridgeland.   The cost is $300 ($30 a week). You can order by adding the CSA to your cart.  We are also offering "lettuce shares" from Salad Days Produce and "kombucha shares" from Sweet and Sauer this year.

We are excited to be offering shares to the New Orleans area with a pickup option at the Port Orleans Brewing Company on Saturdays from 11 am to 1pm.  We want to make sure we have enough members, so please fill out the form located at the bottom of the page and we will notify once we have enough members.

We are offering "lettuce shares" of Salad Days Produce Hydroponic Lettuce. If you are interested in receiving hydroponic lettuce in addition to your weekly box, please add to cart. Total cost is $40 to receive one head of lettuce each week (add as many heads as you would like to receive each week).

We are also offering "kombucha shares" of Sweet and Sauer's locally made kombucha.  If you interested in receiving kombucha in addition to your weekly box, please add to cart. Total cost is $47 to receive one 12oz bottle of kombucha each week ( add as many bottles as you would like to receive each week).

Shares are limited so please contact us as soon as possible and secure your spot below.

 

Fall CSA
300.00
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Fermented Kraut and Kimchi "FULL SHARE"
90.00
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Kombucha
47.00
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Fermented Kraut and Kimchi " HALF SHARE"
45.00
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Lettuce
40.00
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IF YOU PREFER TO PAY BY CHECK OR CASH, PLEASE GET IN TOUCH WITH US USING THE FORM BELOW.(PLEASE MAIL PAYMENT TO P.O. BOX 914 FLORA, MS 39071)

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"Kombucha Share" from Sweet and Sauer (Please include the number of 12oz bottles you would like to receive weekly)
Fermented Kraut and Kimchi
Receive a "Half Share" or "Full Share"