What is a CSA?A CSA (community supported agriculture) membership is a mutually beneficialrelationship between small farms and community members. A member helps support afarm in the beginning of the season when funds are low by paying upfront for a summer'sworth of produce. The farm is then able to financially sustain itself in the early seasonthrough harvest. As a member, you will receive a weekly supply of certified organicvegetables from our farm, advice during distribution, online newsletters, recipesuggestions, and much enthusiasm from our students and staff!
How it works!This year we will continue offering our spring greens, summer, student summer, and fullseason share options. If you have any questions, recommendations, or need assistancefilling out your member agreement, don’t hesitate to contact THG’s Marketing Manager@ email@example.com, (Dylan Fishman: 847-409-5567) or ProductionManager (Elisa Boyd: 720-771-3839)
CSA Membership OptionsAll members – We will provide you with a THG reusable bag your first visit, whichwe will ask you to bring back each week to carry your vegetables home in. We will also sendyou a weekly, online newsletter describing your share of the harvest and recipes to helputilize your veggies! As a member, you will be the first to be informed about exciting eventsand any additional produce bundles for sale towards the end of the season. Each week youwill come to our farm and pick out the individual bundle of each item we have to offer, whileour students and staff assist you with recommendations on how to use the items. Finally,you will be respected and shown a season’s worth of gratitude for supporting Towne’sHarvest Garden through yet another year!
Spring Greens Share6 weeks, May 23-June 27Wednesday farm pickup 4-6:00pm
Summer Share14 weeks, July 11-October 10Wednesday farm pickup 4-6:00pm
Full Season Share20 weeks, May 23-October 5Wednesday farm pickup 4-6:00pm
Campus Farm StandFor the remainder of your vegetable needs visit our farm stand on Thursdays from 4-6pm, July 12 – October 4. The stand is located south of the MSU SUB, at the entrance ofthe bus loop on 7th and Grant.
Member understands and agrees that the harvest may vary dramatically from week to week due toweather, pest control, hail, and many other factors which affect plant growth and development.