2017 Three Part Harmony Farm CSA

Thanks so much for your interest in joining our Community Supported Agriculture program.

To apply for a CSA share with Three Part Harmony Farm, please fill out the form at the bottom of this page.

The CSA (community supported agriculture) program asks members of the community to make a financial investment in your neighborhood farm to support what we do.

In turn we invite you to receive fresh, seasonal, locally grown produce and other farm fresh items from our co-op partners.

THREE PICK UP OPTIONS
The Classic: Now in its fourth year, we organize a multi-farm CSA pick up from the beginning of April through the middle of November on Thursday evenings in Shaw. The pick-up is from 5 - 8 pm on Thursdays at a the Emergence Community Arts Collective (733 Euclid Street NW) near Howard University. Pay in advance for a full season share (23 shares picked up during the 33-week season) or pay for the spring, summer and/ or fall seasons separately.

Farmer's Market: New this year! We're asking folks to buy a farmer's market pre-purchase card to help solidify our presence at the Minnesota Avenue farmer's market in Ward 7. Members will pay for their purchases at the beginning of the season, and receive a discount for doing so. Shop at the stand when the market is open (June - September) and deduct purchases from your account.

Neighborhood drop off: We hope to have three separate drop off points this year, one at a school and two on porches. Hopefully this will make it easier for some of you to join our CSA, since the ECAC location is not convenient for everyone who would like to become a member. Please note: the 2017 spring semester drop off at Lee Montessori is available for parents and faculty only. The 12-week season goes through the end of the semester. Please click on that option below ONLY if you are a member of the Lee Montessori school family. The porch pick up in Brookland is near Otis and 17th northeast, and the porch pick up in Takoma Park is .2 miles from the co-op. Definitely email us if you have questions about this. Unlike the pick up at ECAC, these drop off points don't have any skip weeks so your membership includes more shares which is why it is more expensive.

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