John Stoltzfus has been involved in farming all his growing up years, and in 2010 he bought a 16-acre farm, on which he, along with his wife and four children, are growing around 2 acres of produce to distribute through their own CSA. Their farm is situated in beautiful Lancaster County, near Bird-In-Hand, where the soil is fertile and produces great tasting and nutritious vegetables.

The CSA runs from the end of May through the middle of October, which is a total of 22-weeks. It includes a wide variety of vegetables and some strawberries.

You can pick your weekly CSA share up from their farm, or, if you're interested and live in a different area than the farm, you can become a host family. Being a host family means that all the produce shares for your area will be dropped at your house and each of the CSA members will stop by your house to pick up their produce. It would also be helpful if you where able to sell produce shares to people you know and pick up the produce from the farm on a weekly basis. The benefits for you doing this are quite good! The details of each situation will vary, so contact John today and ask him about becoming a host family.


Listing last updated on Feb 10, 2010

On our family owned and operated farm, we grow a wide variety of quality vegetables the all natural way, using no chemical sprays or fertilizers. We run, from the end of May through the middle of October, a 22-week CSA.

Season:  June through October

Type:  single farm

Since:  2010

Full Share:  $595/22 weeks

1/2 Share:  $325/22 weeks

Work Req?  No

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