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2016 PRICING

 

ORDERING
When you sign up you will receive an email at the beginning of each week with details of what will be included in your order. Additional items available will be noted with prices on the email.

 

When you email your order to us by Wednesday it will be ready for pick up on the weekend.

 

2016 PRICING

Prices per week have been averaged over the season and do not reflect the value of a single weeks produce. They are based on 16 weeks of produce from June 22nd to early October.

 

Family   $40 per week
Couple $30 per week
Single $20 per week

 

When Members sign up they can specify items that they never want to receive and increase quantities of other items.

 

 

WHAT TO EXPECT IN YOUR ORDER

 

JUNE: lettuces, arugula, spinach, radish, kale and herbs.

JULY: lettuces, spinach, arugula, beets, broccoli, peas, beans, zucchini, summer squash, watermelon, peppers, cucumber, radish, kale, chard, onions, herbs.

AUGUST: lettuces, spinach, arugula, tomatoes, zucchini, summer squash, carrots, potatoes, cucumbers, radishes, peppers, lettuce, onions, peas, beans, beets, turnip, broccoli, kale, chard, leeks, herbs.

SEPTEMBER: lettuces, spinach, turnip, tomatoes, arugula, basil, broccoli, carrots, kale, onions, winter squash, chard, leeks, garlic.

OCTOBER: leeks, winter squash, pumpkin, beets, kale, broccoli, arugula, carrots, onions.

 

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"The most comprehensive meta-analysis comparing organic and non-organic led by Kirsten Brandt, a scientist at the Human Nutrition Research Center at the UK's Newcastle University, found organic fruits and vegetables to have, on average, 12% higher nutrient levels "

~ Frances Moore Lappe

 

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"Given recent revelations of unsavory food production practices, having as much information about the food system as possible is a bare minimum. The best way to accomplish this education is to form relationships with food providers as can be done when we purchase from farmers directly, at farmers' markets or through community supported agriculture (CSA) projects. The key is to become involved participants in food production wherever we can."
 ~ Norman Wirzba