Central Michigan CSA

  (Clare, Michigan)
Proudly Serving Mid Michigan Familys
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Central Michigan CSA Farm Growing Organic Produce For Mid Michigan Families

The Central Michigan CSA farm offers organic produce to it's CSA members in the Mid Michigan area all season long.  The spring of 2014 will be the first year the CSA farm will offer certified organic produce to those who participate in the popular farm co-op in the Mid Michigan area. 

Interested people can learn all about the farm, the food, and CSA program by visiting the Farm website at: http://www.MichiganFarmFreshProduce.com

 The CSA farm is currently enrolling new members and has several shares available for the upcoming season.  There are about 5 different share options to meet your families needs and there is even a share for those who prepare meals for one. 

Members will start to pick up their weekly shares in late May/early June and the season runs into October.  The typical season lasts between 18-20 weeks based on the last 4 years.

Here are some of the vegetables that are produce on Central Michigan CSA farm every year:

 Tomatoes Cucumbers
 Heirloom Tomatoes Lettuce
 Sweet Onions Sweet Corn

 Egg Plant

 Cantaloupe
 Cabbage Watermelon
 Beets Green Beans
 Pickling Pickles Yellow Summer Squash
 Canning TomatoesZucchini
 Green Bell Peppers Butter Cup Squash
 Misc. Hot Peppers Butter Nut Squash
 Swiss Chard Sweet Dumpling Squash
 Radish Basil
 Potatoes Cilantro
 Kale oregano
 Asparagus Much, Much More....
 

 One of the practices that makes the Central Michigan CSA unique is that it also offers two Premium Share options that also include most every fruit grown here in Michigan.  The fruit offerings start in the late spring with fresh Michigan Strawberries, they are offered for around 4 weeks.  Blueberries, cherries, apricots, plumbs, raspberries, peaches and apples follow the strawberry harvest.  Besides these fruits, all members will find an assortment of homegrown melons throughout July, August and into September.

If you would like to learn more about the Central Michigan CSA farm and membership program, you can visit the farm website today.  While you're there, you should sign up for the CSA Newsletter and become a fan of their CSA Farm page on Facebook. 

 

 

 

 
 
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