Three Roods Farm

The only farm located within the village of Columbiaville, Three Roods Farm is home to Robin Mallor & Greg Kruszewski, their 3 daughters, 1 cat, a peacock and a peahen, many chickens and thousands of honeybees. 'Three Roods' means 3/4 acre and that is the amount of land with which they began their vegetable garden. 13 of the 23 acres have been planted in trees and vegetables, with the rest in pasture. CSA shares feature a wide variety of fruits and vegetables. Internships are available. Farm tours can be arranged. Now is the time to sign up for your 2014 share of the harvest!

Listing last updated on Mar 28, 2014

We were one of the first CSAs in Michigan. We have stayed true to the original intention of the concept. We are a farm where members are welcomed and encouraged to come. Not because we need you to do our work. No, we and our interns do that. But because we want to know who eats the food we grow and we want you to know how your food is grown. We are looking for couples and families who want a real relationship with their farmers and their food.



Season:  June through October

Type:  single farm

Since:  1995

# of Shares:  10

Full Share:  $600/year. $550 for working full share.

1/2 Share:  $350/year. $325 for working half share

Work Req?  No





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I was in high school when my family was a member of this farm, and 3RF really inspired me. Working on the farm with my family was peaceful and relaxing, not boring like I thought it might be at first.... [more]


I miss our Saturdays at Three Roods. Robin and Greg created the perfect serene setting for planting, growing, and harvesting organic produce. We learned so much about food and nourishment.... [more]


Our one season experience with CSA at Three Roods Farm was extremely positive. The amount of produce we received was a great value for the investment.... [more]

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