Supernatural Organics is a small farm and C.S.A. located just North of Marion, Iowa. It specializes in the production of heirloom tomatoes and heirloom garlic, but the farm also produces different varieties of heirloom spinach and gourmet salad greens, onions, leeks, potatoes, asparagus, melons, summer and winter squash, eggplant, cauliflower, herbs and much more. Everything grown on the farm is done by utilizing organic methods of farming, including crop rotation, companion planting, and the use of natural mulches and compost. The farm is not certified organic, but all C.S.A. members and customers in general are welcome to come by the farm to meet the farmers (Shane Reilly and Nikki Dietze) and see the farm to see for yourself that all we grow is done organically.
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Season: June through October
Type: single farm
# of Shares: 55
Full Share: $450 Veggie Share-pays for 19 weeks of our harvest, from June 6th-October 12th $250 Veggie Share-pays for 9 weeks of our harvest, from August 15th-October 10th
1/2 Share: $450 Veggie Share, pays for 19 weeks of our harvest
Work Req? No
After two summers with Supernatural I have found their produce to be abundant, fresh and have been especially impressed with the variety.
Like a previous reviewer, I found that they included a lot of varieties of greens that I normally wouldn't have bought in the store, and now they play a key role in my meal planning.... [more]
I have nothing but good things to say about Supernatural Organics. The variety of produce is stunning which makes for some adventures in cooking (thank goodness for the newsletter).... [more]
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We'd never joined a CSA before, so I don't have anything to compare it to other than farmers' markets and the supermarket.
Contrary to the poor review below, we didn't receive a single vegetable that wasn't in good condition, with the possible exception of a couple of cucumbers halfway through that were pretty floppy, but still entirely edible.... [more]