About Our C.S.A.Programs.

2019 CSA Description

WHAT DO WE DO?

 
A Community Supported Agriculture farm is an alternative food network in which members together purchase the farm’s harvest, splitting the cost and the volume of the harvest into “shares”. Our CSA has provided members with nutrient-rich, seasonal, grown farm-fresh fruits and vegetables since 2003. Spring season runs March through May - 11 weeks. Our summer season runs early June through October - 20 weeks. The fall season runs from mid October through mid December - 8 weeks. We provide a “market”-style pick-up for members at several locations each week. A sign board will inform you of the bounty to fill your own bag, box or basket with, and someone will always be available to answer your questions 

Our vegetables and fruits are the freshest possible. We focus on growing the highest quality produce that changes with the season to you coupled with helping our local community. We use sustainable and ecologically sound organic and natural growing methods to produce our product, while maintaining great respect and care for the land and the livelihood of farming. Please join us! 

 


THE BREEZY WILLOW CSA DIFFERENCE

We offer a “cream of the crop" assortments of farm fresh foods. We are a multiple-farm C.S.A., which means, in addition to what we grow on our farm, we also link with other local farms and orchards to provide you with the widest variety of fresh fruits and vegetables of any CSA around.  The growing methods of our partnering farms are Certified Organic and Integrated Pest Management. 

  


 

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