2019 Mary Dirty Face Farm Fruit and Apple Share
Please use this form to sign up for your choice of Full Season Fruit or Fall Apple shares. A confirmation email will be sent when we receive your form. Registration will be complete once we receive and confirm payment. See our website for details about each share option.
Choose a Share
Full Season Organic Fruit Share -- 10 deliveries July-October, $210
Fall Organic Apple Share -- 4 deliveries September-October, $90
Choose your location
Menomonie, WI -- delivered to Menomonie Market Food Co-op on Tuesday mornings
Minneapolis, MN -- available at Fulton Farmers Markets on Saturdays 8:00-1:00
St. Paul, MN -- delivered to a private home in Selby/Dale area Saturday mornings (address will be confirmed via email after registration)
Your name -- last name will be used to label boxes
Your email address -- this will be used for all communications throughout the season!
2nd email address -- if you want another person in your family to get info
Your preferred phone number -- used for urgent or last-minute communications
Your mailing address
Please indicate your agreement with the terms of Fruit or Apple Share by checking the following boxes:
Submit payment by May 31st to Mary Dirty Face Farm, N3060 630th St, Menomonie, WI 54751
Arrive on time to pick up each delivery OR communicate in advance if you'll miss a week
Return your box from the previous delivery at the time of pick up
Read email communications from Mary Dirty Face Farm
Communicate concerns or complaints
Thoroughly enjoy your certified organic fruit!
Use this space for anything else you'd like us to know, or any particular need you have in signing up for Fruit or Apple Share.
Thank you for joining us this season!
Feel free to contact us at any time with questions, thoughts, or concerns at
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