Welcome to Wayward Seed Farm, a CERTIFIED ORGANIC farm with a passion for providing fresh heritage and heirloom vegetables to the people of Central Ohio.
Wayward Seed Farm was started in the late spring of 2006 as a farm-to-restaurant project on one acre in Sandusky County, where we grew over 100 different varietals of food in an attempt to find the best products for local chefs. In addition to serving restaurants, we soon saw a real need in the community for a more direct connection between consumers searching for honestly grown produce and the farms that provide it-and so began our CSA program, which is now the anchor of our farming operation. CSA brings us closer to the community and unites people under the umbrella of local food.
Our commitment to sustainable farming reaches far beyond our own acreage. We work with local communities through outreach and donation and our fellow farmers through the creation of new markets. We believe the future looks incredibly bright for Central Ohio farmers and artisans. Every year CSA takes another step further into the mainstream nomenclature, while still being an independent, personal alternative to industrialized agriculture.
At Wayward Seed, our level of service doesn't stop once you've received your share. Whether you're a seasoned cook or a self starter, we're committed to answering your questions and offering support. Each week, you'll receive recipes offering ideas and inspiration for preparing your produce. Not a paper person? We've posted a bevy of recipes on our website and blog, A Well Fed Seed, just for our members. And better still, we're always available via email and phone.
Season: June through December
Type: single farm
Full Share: $900 for a 25-week season (fruit and vegetable), $650 for 25-week season (vegetable only).
1/2 Share: Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details on a half share.
Work Req? No
Worthington Farmers Market: Saturdays from 8am-12pm
Dublin Farmers' Market: Wednesdays from 3:30-6:30pm
This was our first year in a CSA and for a very difficult growing season I was extremely impressed. Jamie and her crew were always upbeat and helpful even when the weather hit them hard.... [more]
We joined this CSA in 2010, and were very disappointed with our experience. We received very few vegetables, even during the Fall, and were treated rudely by the proprietors.... [more]
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My first CSA this year is with Wayward Seed Farm. I'm getting fruit and vegetable shares. I really do not know what many of the greens are so I don't know whether some of them are to be eaten cool or cooked so some leafy vegetables have gone to waste.... [more]