CSA

 

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a great way to support your local farm while feeding your family the most delicious, organic produce. It’s like a subscription to fresh food! As a CSA member, you purchase a subscription in the winter or spring in exchange for a weekly share of the season’s harvest at a great price. These early season investments allow us to plan for the season, repair equipment, and buy seeds and feed during a time of year when our expenses are high and our income is low.

 

                For info on our GOOD FOOD COMMUNITY CSA FUND,  see below.

 

2020 Sign ups happening Now! 

Join for the Spring, Summer or Fall and Share in the Farm’s Biodynamic Harvest!

~  $505 for a 22 week Summer CSA Share or $414 for 18 week Eugene share ($50 deposit with Sign up, or pay in Full for discount)  *Cottage Grove deliveries start May 6th/7th, Eugene deliveries start June 3rd/4th.

~  $185 for a 8 week Fall CSA Share ($50 deposit with Sign up, or pay in Full for discount)  *Starts October 7th/8th

** EBT and Double Up food bucks accepted, please email for more info

** For 2020, our CSA will be a Collective of our local  Cottage Grove area organic and biodynamic growers contributing, in an effort to support and help sustain one another, as well as to provide a greater variety of offerings for an extended season.  With each weekly newsletter we will share other farmers’ stories and offerings as they contribute to the shares!

~ More detailed info on everything comes with a Pre-Season Newsletter for those who sign up and continued info with ongoing Weekly Newsletters throughout the Season filled with news, recipes and more!

~ These shares include awesome, seasonal organic/biodynamic produce and the occasional farmhouse specialty product (may include ferments, pestos, pickled vegetables,chevre, farm V9 juice, preserves, goat milk soap and even goodies like caramelized onion, red wine pizza sauce…!)

~ A weekly box of fruits and vegetables can feed a family of 2 to 3, depending on how much you cook at home and how many fruits and vegetables you eat. The kinds of vegetables you receive depends on the season. For example, a Spring box might contain: 1 bunch carrots, 1 bunch broccoli, 1 bunch kale, 1/2 lb salad mix, 1 green cabbage, 1 lb new potatoes, 1 bunch beets, 1 bunch radish, 1 bunch Spnach plus 1 farmhouse kitchen product.

~ With a variety of 7-9 different vegetables each week, we provide staple and simple favorites plus some fun, specialty crops

~ Picked up at the farm, a central Cottage Grove location, CG Farmers’ Market (on Wednesdays/Thursdays) or Wednesdays in Eugene (a South Eugene spot and a Whitaker spot)

~ You may also choose to include additional items such as eggs, dairy, meats, mushrooms and ferments…!

~ If you are interested in a CSA share, but unable to fund the full cost, please contact us and we can work it out!

~ Discounts : 5% off for : Payments in full, preseason start by April 27th                                                                                         : Multiple Season Shares

~ If you wish to sign up for a share and join the farm this season, please email or call to check availability.  Thank you!

 branchroadfarm@gmail.com / 541-942-5424

To make our produce more widely available to people of all income levels, since access to high quality food for all is our aim, we offer the following payment options:

      •    One easy payment
      •    Monthly payments throughout the Season
      •    Payment with EBT and Double Up Food Bucks Program
      •    or call as needed for further options, we can work with     you!
      • Good Food Community CSA Program  –  During this heightened time of need, vulnerability and connection, we invite you to contribute to our Good Food Community Fund, a program to increase greater access through a shared gifting model.  Donations received through this fund will go directly to provide CSA boxes to those who would otherwise not be able to receive them.  Specifically, donated shares will go directly to the South Lane Family Resource Center, to provide food for our area’s immigrant and low income families.  
      • You many donate below in any amount!  Thank you!


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Late Season and Specialty CSA:    (Late Fall and Winter) Dates to be Announced

  • This share is 8 weeks, and is either picked up at the farm, or at a central Cottage Grove and a Eugene drop site.
  • Join for a minimum of 2 wks or up to the full 8!
  • This share is a weekly box of organic and biodynamic late season veggies and our farm kitchen products, which may include various greens, lettuce, broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, herbs, beets, sweet potatoes and winter staples such as carrots, winter squash, potatoes, and onions.  The 1st few weeks you’ll even see some tomatoes, peppers, tomatillos and other late summer hold outs!   Kitch products can include, kraut, lactoferments, pickled veggies, preserves, frozen pesto and even such goodies as caramelized onion, red wine pizza sauce!!    (some goat milk soap or chevre may sneak in there too!)
  • A fall share is a great way to extend the season and eat locally later into the year
  • $208 for 8 weeks ($26 per week) – feeds 2-4 folks per weekly share

To make our produce more widely available to people of all income levels, since access to high quality food for all is our aim, we offer the following payment options:

  •    One easy payment
  •    ½ payment at signup and 1/2 payment mid way through
  •    or call as needed for further options

 

 

 

 

 

branchroadfarm@gmail.com        /          541-942-5424