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Ploughshare Farm is a certified organic farm located 18 miles north of Alexandria. We grow a wide variety of organic vegetables and some fruits on 160 acres of fertile soil bordering the Chippewa River. Our produce is considered to be one of the highest quality in the state. In fact, our farm was voted 2009 Farm of the year by Edible Twin Cities.

Weekly deliveries to our CSA include an array of garden staples, gourmet and specialty crops. As a family of 6 ourselves (4 young boys under the age of 13yearsold) we keep in mind what families want to eat. In order to assist families with the basics of eating "in-season" vegetables we offer weekly newsletters, telling about the goings-on at the farm and including recipes. We have cooking classes yearly, a farm festival in the fall, and all our members are welcome to visit the farm throughout the season.

The name "Ploughshare" symbolizes how our work for justice is connected with our family's passion for growing premium produce and being good stewards of the land.

Weather permitting, we deliver for an 18 to 20 week period from mid-June to mid-October . We have drop-sites at central locations in Minneapolis, Minnetonka, St. Paul, St. Cloud, Fergus Falls and Alexandria.

Listing last updated on Mar 28, 2016


Featured cover story in the SJU Alumni Magazine Awarded MN Farmer of the year in 2012 by MN Jaycees Awarded the "Farm/Farmer of the Year" by the "Edible Twin Cities" in 2009 Featured on "The Splendid Table" in December of 2011


Season:  June through December

Type:  single farm

Since:  2002

# of Shares:  500

Full Share:  $38/week--Metro $36.5/week--Rural

1/2 Share:  $31.6/week-Metro $29.72/week-Rural

Work Req?  No




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I've received vegetables from this farm for the last two years. The variety is great! The vegetables are delicious. The farmer sends a weekly newsletter giving you ideas on how to prepare all those wonderful veggies and even invites you up to help out and meet the people raising your food.... [more]

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