Promise Valley CSA Survey
If you have been a part of our Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) or are considering, please take about 10-20 minutes to fill out this survey. Our CSA Survey helps us create a better service and menu for neighbors like you.

Thank you for taking the time to share with us! (Aaron Belleville & John Brown)

If you have a paper copy you can submit your responses online at: http://bit.ly/2017csapv
any questions please email connect@promisevalley.org or call (716)822-5631
Did you receive produce from Promise Valley's CSA program in 2017? *
How did you hear about Promise Valley? (choose any that apply) *
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Was the quantity of food enough?
not enough
too much
Was the price reasonable?
a bargain! (lower cost than expected)
more than I'd like to pay (cost more than I usually pay)
Was the quality of food acceptable?
didn't meet my expectations
exceeded my expectations
Any comments on quantity, cost or quality?
Your answer
Was the delivery of produce reliable?
late too often
on time all the time
Was the frequency of delivery right for you?
Would another day of week or time of day be better for delivery? (choose any that apply)
Morning
Afternoon
Evening
Tuesday
Friday
Saturday
How was the length of the CSA season (20 weeks)?
Was there enough variety in the produce?
How likely would you be to buy a share in 2018?
Would you ask a neighbor or friend to sign up for a CSA in 2018?
Please rate the following selections from our produce menu
Love it!
Okay - I like it
Yuck!
kale
spinach
snow peas
romaine lettuce
red leaf lettuce
mixed salad greens
cauliflower
green beans
sweet peppers
hot peppers
tomatoes
onions
leeks
sweet corn
zucchini
swiss chard
collard greens
cucumbers
potatoes
spaghetti squash
acorn squash
butternut squash
pie pumpkins
basil
cilantro
chives
thai basil
dill
oregano
sage
thyme
mint
Any additional comments?
Your answer
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