Organic-Now delivers from the farm to your door.
With Organic-Now's CSA, you become a "member" of the farm for the season and receive a delivery of your portion of the farm's Certified Organic harvest. As the harvest changes you will continue to taste and discover the best of the season.
Organic Now works with a local family farm, to bring freshly harvested organic crops to your table. Our delivery service means you can participate in a CSA and support local farms without having to remember to drive to a pick-up location. You can now enjoy weekly deliveries of organic and naturally grown produce from a small local farm directly to your door. With Organic Now's community supported agriculture (CSA), you become a "member" of the farm for the season and you receive a delivery of your portion of the farm's harvest. As the season progresses, the harvest changes so you continue to taste and discover new food throughout the season. Our farmer grows heirloom and popular vegetables and fruit. She's always trying out new seeds to bring our members the most interesting and delicious produce!
Members receive lots of recipes and can post their own recipes to the website. We also furnish a newsletter with information from the farm and from other CSA members.
From "your" farm to your door! Organic Now delivers produce year-round, from a family-owned, certified organic farm... weekly to your home or office. Affordable. Community sustaining. Healthful. Smart.
Season: January through January
Type: 3rd party CSA service
# of Shares: 300
Full Share: $25/week with a 12 week minimum
1/2 Share: $150/bi-weekly for 6 deliveries
Work Req? No
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