What is a CSA?
CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) programs are an agreement between farmers and customers. By purchasing vegetables preseason, or making a workshare commitment, members receive a share of farm vegetables on a weekly basis. CSA members save time and energy while eating seasonal selections of our area's finest and freshest certified organic food, all below farmers' market prices. To learn more about our workshare program, click here.
Half Share or Full Share?
10-Week Peak Season Shares
(Victor Pick-Up Only)
*Note - Online prices include additional 3% fee. Pay by mail to avoid fees.
Frequently Asked Questions
WHAT'S IN MY CSA SHARE?
Organic Teton Valley Grown Vegetables - The average full share will include 1-2 grocery bags of produce, enough vegetables for a family of four or two adults who like to eat vegetables in most meals. Half shares will include half of the same vegetables.
Where and when can I pick up my share?
Victor -On the Farm,
Thursday 4:30-6:30 pm
Wilson- 1355 Primrose Ln
Tuesday 4:30-6:30 pm
What if I'm unfamiliar with the vegetables in my share?
You will receive a weekly newsletters with helpful recipes and farm updates. Also feel free to ask us for recommendations at pick-ups. We highly recommend Alice Waters' The Art of Simple Food and The Occidental Arts and Ecology Center Cookbook by the OAEC Collective.
Advantages for members:
When do Peak Season Shares Begin?
Peak Season Shares run the final 10 weeks of the season when production is at its highest. In a normal year the start date will be the 3rd or 4th week of July. Pickup for these shares is available in Victor only.