Registration for our 2015 season is now open! Please see our website for details.
Midnight Sun Farm is a family farm located in Harvard, IL. We grow over 40 kinds of fresh vegetables using organic and sustainable farming practices, and we also raise pastured laying hens, turkeys and pigs. We have a commitment to providing fresh, delicious, beautiful produce and delicious, humanely raised meat and eggs to our customers in Chicago and the northwestern suburbs.
We farm using organic practices because we believe in the importance of being good stewards of the land, and because we enjoy providing good food to our friends, our families, and our community. In addition to selling our produce at the Glenwood Sunday Market (in Chicago�s Rogers Park neighborhood) and the Glenview Farmers Market, we have a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program.
Our CSA members receive 7-10 items per week - the equivalent of a 2/3 full paper grocery bag of common and not-so-common vegetables(and sometimes honey or other treats), including suggestions on how to cook and store the produce. Members can also sign up to receive a box every other week. We consider a CSA subscription to be a great purchase if you and your family love vegetables, if you cook often, and if you enjoy being introduced to new ingredients.
Members of our CSA receive an abundance of fresh, organic produce weekly throughout the growing season! We have pick-up sites in Harvard, Oak Park, and Humboldt Park. Please see our website to sign up for 2015 vegetable CSA shares.
Season: June through October
Type: single farm
# of Shares: 35
Full Share: $528 per share for 22-week season
1/2 Share: $264 per share for 11-week season
Work Req? No
Glenview Farmers Market
Saturdays 8 AM - 12 PM
1510 Wagner Road
Glenview, IL 60025
Glenwood Sunday Market
Sundays 9 AM - 2 PM
On Glenwood Ave between Morse and Lunt
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The practice Nick and Becky put into their seedlings, plantings, and harvest, keeps everything fresh and lasting. The quality of food is simply hard to come by in Chicagoland.... [more]