Is this CSA right for you?
CSAs are a great way to eat healthy, local produce and reconnect with where your food comes from, but they are not for everyone. These questions are designed to help you decide whether this CSA is the right commitment for you. Because ultimately, CSAs should be an enjoyable experience for the consumer and the Farmer!
Do you think organic produce has more value than non-organic produce?
Do you like eating and cooking new foods?
On average, how many times a week do you eat or cook vegetables?
Once a week
Twice a week
Three times a week
Four times a week
Five times a week
Please select the vegetables and herbs you are interested in eating/cooking/trying.
Ground cherry (relative of tomato)
Seasonal eating means creating meals around foods that are available at that time of year. For instance, tomatoes and squash aren’t available until summer, while leafy greens are prolific in the slightly cooler months. Do you think you would enjoy this way of eating and cooking?
Not sure, but I'd like to try!
Most CSAs are not meant to provide all the produce you would ever use in a week. It’s likely you will still want to visit the grocery store or market to buy things not found in the CSA share. Is this acceptable to you?
Farmers’ Markets offer many more choices to the consumer than a CSA. What about joining a CSA appeals to you compared to a Farmers’ Market?
Does the CSA pickup time (Wednesday between 4-6pm) work well for you? Are there other times that would work better?
What concerns, if any, do you have about joining this CSA?
Are you still interested in joining this CSA?
Yes, please email me the CSA Member Agreement so I can sign up.
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