Frequently Asked Questions

When is the farm stand open?

Farm stand hours are set at the beginning of each growing season. For the 2022 season this will likely be sometime in May or early June. Please check back with us then!

What do you grow?

We grow a wide variety of vegetables and a few types of berries and melons. We also have a flock of free range chickens who provide pastured eggs and a flock of sheep who keep our fields mowed and our compost fed.

Is your produce free of chemicals?

Yes! Although we are not certified organic, no chemicals are ever used on our plants and soils. We apply Biodynamic principles in our farming, so you can trust that the food we produce is clean and grown in rich, healthy soils.

Are you hiring?

We are a small farm and no longer hire apprentices or farm help. However, we do offer a work-trade opportunity for those interested in committing to 4-hours of weekly volunteering in exchange for a medium-sized CSA share. Please contact us for more information if you are interested in participating.

What is a CSA and how do I become a member?

Community Supported Agriculture is a way of investing in local agriculture by which members purchase a share of the farm’s harvest for the duration of the season, thus sharing with the farmer in both the bounty and the risk of farming. CSAs benefit both members and farmers. They build community while providing affordable farm-fresh produce directly to consumers and creating a predictable market for farm products.

​Our CSA runs for 18 weeks from mid-June until October. Shares are reserved in February. For more information or to download our Sign-Up Form, please visit our CSA page. 

Do you still have CSA shares available?

We do currently have shares available for the 2022 season. For more information or to download our Sign-Up Form, please visit our CSA page.