Reviews for: NEV-R-DUN Farm, Certified Organic
By: Sharon Chaffee (Feb 25, 2010)
After joining this CSA at Nev-R-Dun Farm last year, I knew I had to rejoin this year. Tom, the producer, provides recipes, which helps when he offers produce I'm not familiar with. It's a great way to learn about the variety of produce, and fun too. Everything is arranged when you arrive at the farm for ease of pick up. The one thing I really look forward to one day a week, is the drive to Tom Reinhardt's farm, Nev-R-Dun. Organic produce at a great price that is so fresh. It's just marvelous to be able to eat healthy and enjoy it too, without fretting over the cost.
By: Beth Toth (Feb 24, 2010)
We have just submitted our paperwork for the second year of Nev-R-Dun's CSA. Our family had a great experience with the CSA last year. I think we became addicted to the salad mix! The whole experience was easy. We signed up with Tom, were kept informed of events/news via email and never had an issue with pick-ups or anything. Recipes were even provided for those things that we did not quite know what to do with. I looked at several local options in our area for a CSA and for the length of the season there was not a better value. That everything is also certified organic is a great plus.
By: george perkins (Feb 24, 2010)
Last year(2009) was the first year my wife and I participated in a CSA. We learned of it at the Downtown Westminster MD Farmers Market. Our producer was Never-Dun-Farm. It was an outstanding experience. It introduced many new choices into our menus. The produce was always fresh. We picked it up where it was grown thereby providing assurance of quality and minimizing transportation. We were able to regularly chat with Tom Reinhardt, the producer. His observations and insights greatly added to the experience. We would heartily commend the Never-Dun-Farm CSA to other folks in the Carroll County, MD area.
If fruits, organic wool, meat, eggs or cheese is your preference, then the Downtown Farmer's market has those in abundance also with most of the producers offering some form of CSA.