We’re about half way full for our Summer 2023 program. We’d love to grow food for you and your family as well.
Our CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) program runs from June to October for a total of 18 weeks.
CSA shareholders will come to the farm either weekly or every other week on Tuesday evenings OR Saturdays during our farmstand hours to pick up food.
What is included in your pickup will change every week but you can expect between 6-10 items at every pickup. Most pickups will include greens, root veggies, an herb and an allium and the remainder of the box will change depending on the time of season and what is in harvest.
The “Full Share” is our weekly food pickup (18 total pickups throughout the season) and costs $530.
Afraid this might be too much food? Try our “Half Share” option and pickup every other week (9 total food pickups) for $300.
PM, text, call or email is to reserve a spot for 2023 today! We would love to grow food for you and your family next year.
If you are interested in growing your own food at home, Farmer Paul is available for consultation work. During your meeting you will have time to review the basics of growing food in your garden and receive an individualized plan and detailed instructions and support to grow the best food and foliage possible on your own piece of land. Contact us today to book your consultation before Spring sneaks up on us and it’s too late!
Spots in our kids summer farm camp have sold out within days for the last several years. We offer a safe, fun and educational experience for your children during the summer months. The camp is five full days at the farm. The camp includes a daily cooking lesson and lunch from a local chef, music/art/yoga classes taught by licensed teachers from our community and all the while campers will learn about where their food comes from and the importance of local farms while enjoying the outdoors and meeting new friends. Request information today!
Contact us here for a quote and to discuss details to make your vision come to life!
To be a source of nourishment and education, steward this earth and build community through food.
Farm Stand Saturdays 10am to 2pm (May-October) at 2005 S. Zephyr Court, Lakewood 80227
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