Bluebird Gardens

Bluebird Gardens raises the full gammut of nutritionally dense vegetables that are offered directly to the public through a twenty week CSA to the areas of Fergus Falls, Wahpeton/Breckenridge, Fargo, West Fargo, Moorhead Underwood, Battle Lake, Otter Tail, Perham, Frazee, Detroit Lakes, Dilworth, Rothsay and Barnesville. In addition to the box deliveries, CSA members are invited to connect with the farm and stock up for winter by attending numerous farm events! Our farm is YOUR farm!! We take great care to foster the life in the soil by adding the missing elements to the soil and by feeding the life in the soil organic matter through cover crops. Our website ( tells the whole story of our biological farming! Savor the Flavor of Summer at Bluebird Gardens!!

Listing last updated on Feb 1, 2014

Our CSA season begins with romaine lettuce, spinach, radishes and cucumbers. It progresses to new potatoes, peas and Walla Walla onions. Then green beans, beets, carrots, tomatoes are added to the list. The best sweet corn ever is what we are known for the most. We offer the full array of squash, pumpkins and fall decoratives. Savor the flavor of summer through our CSA. We do no stands or wholesaling and our members receive all the produce on the farm. Internships are available.

Season:  June through October

Type:  single farm

Since:  1978

# of Shares:  2300

Full Share:  $595 for twenty weeks, includes 10 harvest events

1/2 Share:  $395 for twenty weeks, includes 5 harvest events

Work Req?  No

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We just finished out first year with Bluebird Gardens. We are all ready missing out wonderful boxes of produce and look forward to next year. Before becoming members, the only produce I had gotten was the little we grew in our garden or at the market.... [more]

We are brand new to CSA this year and just today received our 3rd shipment from Bluebird Gardens. All I can say is WOW!!!! My family and I have been so thrilled, we can say enough good things about the produce we've received so far!

As the CSA Tips for Subscribers said, our first boxes have been primarily lettuce (several varieties), spinach and radishes.... [more]

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