In the garden of Earth Song we work to grow nourishing food for our family and our community. We focus on soil health in order to grow nutrient dense fruits, vegetables, and herbs. We strive for sustainability and simplicity and garden using chemical free methods. We never use any herbicides, insecticides, or chemical fertilizers, and purchase GMO free seed. We follow the rhythms of the earth and moon when working with seeds and plants.

At Earth Song Farm we feed the soil with composted manure from our cows along with soil amendments, working toward the proper ratio of minerals.
In addition, we feed the plants with the highest quality foliar nutrition. We also utilize crop rotation, companion planting, mulching, row cover for insect control & frost protection, and we are low till. Greenhouses and low tunnels are used for season extension.

We grow a variety of fruits & vegetables, berries, herbs, and flowers. Customer favorites include our delectable spinach, heirloom tomatoes, juicy salad turnips, flavorful beets, and our sweet cherry tomatoes. We also offer unique crafts during the holidays. We delight in this simple life and enjoy spending our days in the garden.

NEW for 2020: We are offering Fall CSA shares! Join us for the bountiful harvest of Earth Song Farm.

Earth Song Farm's fall CSA will run October through mid-December. Join our 11 week fall CSA and receive a weekly bag of freshly harvested, nutrient dense, chemical free produce. Also receive a weekly email newsletter full of farm news, recipes, pictures, and Rosiea's Ramblings. With the uncertainty of the farmers' market due to the pandemic, and what the fall/winter will bring, joining a CSA is a great way to secure a local source of fresh, healthy food.

Throughout the fall season, members will find a delightful diversity of produce in their bags including greens mix, head lettuce, salad turnips, radishes, kale, chard, spinach, beets, carrots, onions, garlic, butternut squash, cabbage, and broccoli.

Listing last updated on Jul 30, 2020

Season:  October through December

Type:  single farm

Since:  2020

# of Shares:  30

Share Prices:  Full Share (feeds 2-4 people) $300 (~$27/week) Half Share (feeds 1-2 people) $190 ($17/week)

Work Req?  No


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Schedule and Location:

We grow year round!

Find us at:
The BWFM Farmers' Market at The Woolery Mill
The Linton Farmers' Market
The Bloomington Winter Farmers' Market

Fall CSA Details:
11 Week Fall CSA runs October through mid December
Bloomington drop off: Tuesdays (contact for location)
Bloomfield & Linton: Farm pick up available



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