Let's Go Farm

Joey grew up in Rincon Valley of Santa Rosa. Now he is growing organic vegetables and fruits on his parents land! His co-farmer and close friend Max grew up in Santa Cruz and came to farming through his love of food, joining the crew in 2012 to help start the CSA. Robbie joins us for the 2014 season as we continue to develop our CSA. We are committed to growing fresh food for our community, friends and family while improving the land through diversity, resource-conscious growing practices and joy. We love what we do and hope you love it too! Expect a huge diversity of flowers, fruits and vegetables at our farmers market stand. We are Certified Organic, and love to talk about different ways to eat and cook vegetables. We also love bees. And birds. We built a hoop house in early 2014 and look forward to using it for season-extension.

In 2012, we started a small Community Supported Agriculture program. We put a lot of effort into planning diverse and healthy and fresh veggie boxes for 26 weeks of the year. We want each member to have a special experience, so we cap our CSA at 25 spaces. Spaces fill up quickly, so don't waste time! Expect a huge diversity of items. It will run from June 1 to Thanksgiving. Pick up will be near the fairgrounds in Santa Rosa. For more information contact us!

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Listing last updated on Jan 29, 2014

If you are interested in fresh, locally grown organic fruits and vegetables consider joining our Community Supported Agriculture program! Decrease the distance your food travels, support a truly local business, and educate you and your family about seasonal food. Let's Go Farm is all organic, all the time.



Season:  June through November

Type:  single farm

Since:  2011

# of Shares:  25

Full Share:  $22/week for 26-wk. Pay in full at start of season or break into 2 payments.

Work Req?  No


Schedule and Location:

We sell at the Windsor Farmers Market. It is located in downtown Windsor, and runs on Sundays from 10am-1pm. See you there! It runs from April 6 through mid-December.



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