Vollmecke Orchards CSA is a 37-acre, family-owned farm and orchard. We grow apples, peaches, blackberries and red raspberries, as well as a large selection vegetables using organic principles. Our Community Supported Agriculture program provides food for over 150 families. In addition to these families, our community extends to the other local farmers/producers whose products we sell, to the restaurants we supply, and to local foodbanks and shelters, to whom we donate produce. In addition to our CSA memberships, we also retail produce, canned goods, grass-fed beef, salmon, eggs, artisan breads and cheeses, and local honey. During the CSA season, we have pick-your-own crops, such as peas, berries, and flowers available to members. Fruit is included in all shares when in season,

Listing last updated on Nov 13, 2019

The next best thing to growing it yourself is knowing who did!

Season:  May through October

Type:  single farm

Since:  1998

# of Shares:  150

Share Prices:  $800/yr for a large, weekly share (22 weeks) $575/yr for a med. share [22 weeks] $325/yr for a small, weekly share (22 weeks)

Work Req?  No

Schedule and Location:

Retail sales: June to Oct, Tuesdays and Fridays throughout CSA season between 3:00 PM and 7:00 PM
1st & 3rd Saturdays from November to June, 10:30 -12:00 PM

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We have been members of Vollmecke CSA for more than 10 years and have learned so much from Farmer Karen. The beauty and details of seasonal eating has been part of that, but also the benefits of having a farm in our community and food that we can trust.... [more]

We have been members of Vollmecke Orchard's CSA for over a decade. The fruits and veggies have always been great. Karen and her crew really take the time and care to produce a delicious basket each week.... [more]

This is our third year participating in Vollmecke's CSA and we absolutely love it! After living in upstate New York for 10+ years where CSA's are the norm, we were thrilled to find this local gem.... [more]

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