Our 2020 CSA Registration Form is coming soon!
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) has become a popular way for consumers to buy local, seasonal food directly from a farmer.
How does a CSA work?
A farmer offers a certain number of “shares” to the public. Interested consumers purchase a share (membership) and in return receive a weekly distribution of the freshest produce the season has to offer. There are several advantages for both the farmer and the consumer. The farmer receives payment early in the season, which helps with cash flow, and has the opportunity to get to know the people who eat the food they grow. The consumer enjoys a weekly supply of fresh, high-quality, local produce, and as an added bonus, develops a relationship with the farmer and may see for themselves how their food is grown.
2020 CSA Options at the Borner Farm
Find details about these options farther down the page:
Full Veggie Share: 20 weeks (June-Oct), roughly 1 bushel of produce per week
Half Veggie Share: 20 weeks (June-Oct), roughly ½ bushel of produce per week
Spring Veggie Share: 5 weeks, May
Egg Share: 20 weeks (June-Oct), 1 dozen eggs per week
Flower share: 12 weeks (July-Sept), 1 bouquet per week
Why Choose the Borner Farm CSA?
Each week we strive to fill your boxes with the best of our growing season. Luscious salad greens in the spring; juicy, colorful tomatoes in late summer; sweet and savory root vegetables in the fall!
At times we will expand your food horizons with lesser-known but delicious edibles such as collards, kohlrabi, Asian greens, garlic scapes, and golden beets.
By supporting our CSA, you will receive produce that is:
Grown using ecologically sound techniques
Hand-seeded and hand-harvested
Our best quality and freshest picked and sometimes pickled
Spring Veggie Share
A share for those who love spring’s earliest treasures! Each week in May, pick up a box of cool-season veggies, including spinach, salad mixes, kale, kohlrabi, radishes, scallions, asparagus, and more.
Our eggs are locally-sourced, from happy hens that are fed organic and soy-free feed, and have plenty of room to roam. Eggs are large to extra-large.
This year staff member Emily is partnering with the Borner Farm to offer a Flower Share. Each week from July through September, pick up a bouquet of fresh flowers. Flowers are grown at the farm using all-organic methods and harvested the morning of your pick-up day. Great for the kitchen table, office spaces, or to bring a smile to family and friends!
Our 2020 CSA Registration Form coming soon!
Call: 651-235-4906 or Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org