Honeyrun Farm is now offering a CSA! For those of you who aren't familiar with the term CSA, it stands for Community Supported Agriculture. Participants are able to buy a share of the produce from the farm for an annual fee, and in exchange receive a weekly bag of fresh seasonal produce. This way, the consumer is able to share in the bounty of harvest, while also weathering the seasonal fluctuations of availability with the farmer. After receiving numerous requests to start a CSA, Becky has decided to offer this to the first 20 participants in 2010. Here is a quick outline of the program:
*Program runs June 12- October 23 (20 weeks)
*Pick up available at Pearl, Clintonville, and Worthington markets
*Cost for 20 weeks is $400, paid by February 1, 2010
Here are some examples of the vegetables that will be offered through the CSA:
Bell, Specialty, and Hot Peppers
Winter & Summer Squash
Root Vegetables - Carrots, Beets, Turnips, Radishes
Questions about the CSA? Email Becky Barnes at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here's a picture from a 2008 Spring market... Mason was just 4 months old here! Time has flown by. It has been a fun and exciting journey.