Green Wagon is a farm shaped to offer the highest quality food to its eaters (customers) through responsible stewardship of the land and the fostering of relationships between eater, farmer, and farm. Our farm produces a large variety of organic and heirloom vegetables including; potatoes, onions, tomatoes, carrots, beets, salad greens, squash, pumpkins, kale, Swiss chard, and cabbage. The products mentioned will be grown and raised with the greatest care in hopes of providing the freshest, healthiest, best tasting and most nutritious food possible.
The farm is currently pursuing organic certification. While this is important our most valued certification comes from our eaters. The eaters will be encouraged to observe, understand and participate in the growing process through the cultivation of an open farm where those pursuing knowledge are always welcome to join in the work and learn.
Our produce will be offered through a 22 week CSA beginning the first week of June and ending the last week of October
Located in Ada, Michigan, Green Wagon farm is committed to high-quality, organically grown vegetables. Since 2010, head farmer Chad Anderson has expanded acreage and taken on more CSA members, but his focus on good sustainable food has remained. Excited about local food, Green Wagon offers a variety of produce at the Fulton Street and Downtown Markets right here in West Michigan.
Season: June through October
Type: single farm
# of Shares: 100
Full Share: $500/year ($25 discount given to member who harvest their own U-pick items)
1/2 Share: $300/year pick-up every other week ($25 discount given to member who harvest their own U-pick items)
Work Req? No
Fulton Street Farmers Market
Wednesday: 8AM-2PM, 4PM-7PM
We wholesale everything that we grow. Please call Heather for more information.
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- great produce - great customer service
Green Wagon Farm became my CSA last year after nearly a decade at another local CSA. I was perfectly happy at my former farm, but I was excited to have a closer location to access.... [more]