All Seasons Farm

All Seasons Farm raises Certified Organic vegetables and fruit which are grown for taste and quality. Our produce is grown using biointensive practices which focus on soil health including micronutrients, microbial diversity, acidity, and soil amendments which are approved for Certified Organic production. The result is restaurant quality food which is nutrient dense, brightly colored, with exceptional taste.

We extend our harvest season from early February to late December for some of the best loved vegetables of the spring and winter seasons. We grow about 100 varieties of Certified Organic herbs and flowers as well as vegetables, many of which can be seen on our website at or on our facebook page. We will offer a limited number of CSA shares of Certified Organic produce for Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter. We also sell into the wholesale and restaurant market.

Listing last updated on Jan 17, 2014

USDA Certified Organic by Midwest Organic Services Association. Our Certified Organic CSA veggies and fruit are independently inspected on farm by a third party organic certifier. Our growing, production, handling, and management practices are tested and reviewed during inspection to guarantee CSA members that we use no GMO seeds, no toxic pesticides or other toxic chemicals, and that we proactively care for our soil to insure the most nutrient dense and tasty produce for our members.

Season:  Year round

Type:  single farm

Since:  2011

# of Shares:  50

Full Share:   $24/week Full Share. All Season + Early Discount = $20/week. Choice of 25 or 50 weeks.

1/2 Share:  $14/week. Early Discount + $12/week. Choice of 50 or 25 weeks.

Work Req?  No

Schedule and Location:

Carbondale Winter Farmers Market. Thomas School in Carbondale, Illinois. Saturdays. 9am to 1pm.

All Seasons is there about every other Saturday.

Schedule and Location:

9535 US Highway 51 North, Cobden, Illinois.

Call ahead for pickup.

Our produce is available at The Neighborhood Co-op in Carbondale, Illinois.

Whole accounts may contact Jill Rendleman directly at 618-308-0217

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