REGISTRATION FOR 2013 ENDED MARCH 1ST.
CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture. It's a partnership with your farmer focusing on producing high quality foods using ecologically sound methods of farming. CSA members support the budget of the farm and in return receive a weekly share of what's in season. Our CSA's focus is on a system of weekly pick-ups of organically, sustainably grown vegetables.
The 2013 program runs for 24 weeks from May 12th through October 26th. Pickups will occur each week at your selected location. Pick up locations will be Thursdays at the Belton Farmer's Market, Saturdays at the Peculiar Farmers Market, and Wednesdays or Saturdays at the Lee's Summit Farmer's Market.
Families and Individuals who join our CSA Program receive a share of produce every week during the growing season. A full share provides enough for a typical family of four for the week; partial shares are ideal for couples or families with small children. Individual shares are also available.
Once we receive your payment, you will receive an email with the program details, CSA registration form and a receipt for your records. You will indicate your pick-up location when completing the registration form. Shares may be cancelled through February 1st; after that you will receive a refund minus a $50 program fee for each cancelled share.
For additional information, visit www.wolfcreekfamilyfarm.com/csa.html. We're happy to answer any questions!
All items are raised and grown on our farm in Peculiar, MO. Our produce is grown using organic and sustainable practices. We use no pesticides, herbicides or chemical fertilizers.
Our animals are fed natural grasses and grains and allowed plenty of room to roam. None of our livestock are given antibiotics or hormones of any kind. If an animal needs doctoring that requires the use of antibiotics, they are immediately removed from our meat program.