Organic Gardening Center
“Our goal is to grow
THE GOOD EARTH
Certified Organic Produce
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Once again we'd like to say thanks to all of you for a great spring & summer season. We hope you've had as much fun out in the gardens as we have.
And now that summer is over and your vegetable gardens are about done,
Well, right here at The Good Earth of course.
We've been busy preparing for our Winter CSA
That's right, fresh organic produce for 10 weeks from October 30th to January 1st!
Read on for more details.
But first a few reminders...
It's also a good time for that fall application of fertilizer for your lawns.
Want to protect your new and established plantings over the winter months?
|And now for the Details:
Our Winter CSA will run for 10 weeks, October 30th-January 1st
Each weekly CSA share will include a variety of (extended) seasonal produce
Pickups will be made at our farm stand on Tuesday of each week
Small Share Box (for 1-2 people) $ 250.00 Due by October 22nd.
Payment options: we accept Cash (of course), Check, Visa, Master card or Debit card.
Here's a list of what we've got growing out in the field and in our field greenhouse.
Lettuce -Onions - Kale - Broccoli - Winter Squash - Beets - Swiss Chard - Spinach
Sounds good eh!
If you'd like to sign up you can download and print our official Sign-Up Form
Just fill it out, mail/email it to us and come on down October 30th to pick up your first share of delicious organic produce.
We'll have a limited number of shares to offer so let us know as soon as you can.
So, not sure what a CSA is?
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a social and economic alternative to "conventional" industrial food production. ‘Shares’ of the harvest are purchased at the beginning of the growing season from the farm which then provides a share of produce weekly throughout the season.
Through CSAs, the community makes a bold statement in support of local, sustainable agriculture and the farmers receive a sense of security in their careers. This method spreads the economic risk of farming during the season among all invested members. The community gains a greater sense of responsibility and a closer connection to their food source, while the farmers receive up-front financial support for the growing season ahead.