Reviews for: One Straw Farm
Followup from 2011 review
By: John (Jun 13, 2012)
This is our second season with the CSA - last year we had a half share and liked it so much we switched to a full share this year. The quantity and quality of the produce you get from One Straw Farm is awesome! We are so happy with this CSA.
Last year we picked up from Bordy where you can choose the items you want - the Bordy location was great but this year we switched to the Kenilworth mall location as it was more convenient for us and this location is great too, you can pick out your items from a wide variety.
Join this CSA and you wont be disappointed!
Great CSA a month into the season
By: John (Jul 13, 2011)
This is our first year with the CSA - we have gotten about 4 pickups so far at the Bordy location. The quality and quantity of the produce we are getting is great.
Picking up from Bordy is very nice because you get to pick the items that you want. We have a half share and get four items, usually there are many more items available than the four items we get so you can mix it up week to week and not always get the same things.
So far so good - can't wait for the rest of the season, will try and post another review when the season is complete.
By: Laura Henderson (Jul 15, 2010)
I love One Straw. I have met Joan and saw the farm when a restaurant I worked for took us on a field trip. They are so organized and are completely up front with what is going on at the farm. They have been organic since before there was "organic" and they continue to push the lines of what is expected of "good food."
By: Stuart Page (Nov 7, 2009)
One Straw has a wide selection of organic produce at many convenient pick-up locations. I was extremely pleased with my membership and will be joining the CSA again next year.
By: Susanne Atwell-Keister (May 6, 2009)
we are entering our third year getting a CSA share from one straw. they have a wonderful variety of vegetables and i am just lost all winter without our local veggies! the grocery store vegetables are so unappealing after being spoiled by an abundance of fresh beautiful local organic fruits and vegetables.
By: Christina Chambreau (May 19, 2008)
A great advocate for sustainable farming, Joan is speaks and educates as well as providing local organic sustainable produce. When she travels with her children, the rule is that they must pass 3 exits that only have chain eateries before they can stop. They keep looking for the small, local ones.
Good vegetables and service.