St. Fairsted farm will be offering a wide variety of vegetables, fruits and herbs for the 2012 season. The produce is naturally grown. We are not "certified organic"; our only certification is hard work and honest sweat.
Visit us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/St.FairstedFarm to get to know us better or find information on our "Basketeer" program along with the answers to the most common questions asked about our farm.
We hope you will consider becoming a "Basketeer"- to share in the harvest; along with our journeys and the love of farming!
Important: If you e-mail us from this site you will not be receiving a response from the farm. We no longer have the time in our days for e-mail.
Season: March through November
Type: single farm
# of Shares: 150
Full Share: $35/week
Work Req? No
Find us on the Weekends @ Moorhead Blueberry Farm in the mornings.
19531 Moorhead Rd
Conroe, Texas 77302
This was my first of what I hope to be many seasons as a St. Fairsted Farm CSA basketeer. I cannot recommend participating in the St. Fairsted CSA program highly enough! This was a very rewarding experience.... [more]
I have been a part of the CSA for 2 seasons and cannot say enough about: 1. The variety of the produce including varieties I have never heard of! 2. The freshness of the produce-you can taste the dew! 3.... [more]
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Taking home a CSA basket from Angela is always a tasty surprise filled with a variety of fresh vegetables (sometimes fruits) The foods in the basket this year that stand out the most to me are the blueberries, the super tiny but super sweet and juicy peaches and my all time favorite the spaghetti squash.... [more]
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?Why do I farm?? It?s a popular question, I?ve been asked on more than one occasion. My pat answer has always been ?you are asking me why I breathe?? Yes, a glib response to a question which sets numerous thoughts racing through my mind in a nanosecond.... [more]