CSA Boxes

Looking for the 2022 CSA Signups? You can find that here

First off, what IS a CSA?

CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture. CSA programs exist to connect people who want good food with the farmers who grow it, a CSA connects the loop from farm directly to your table.

In the corporate world you can invest in a company equity and receive a “share” of the profits. With a CSA you invest in a farm’s harvest and receive a share of the produce. We think our shares are much tastier.

CSA shares are sold in the winter, which allows farms to bridge a crucial gap in farm income- there’s not a lot of income on a farm in the winter, yet that is when farmers need to invest in seed, soil health, and get ready for the coming crops. So your purchasing a share and paying for it ahead of time helps ensure a successful harvest by giving the farm working capital when we need it the most.

T-SIX Farm CSA shares go on sale the weekend before Valentine’s day (buy your sweetie an entire YEAR’S worth of veggies! It tastes way better than roses:). Shares come in weekly dollar amounts, with options for $20 or $40 week baskets.

Your paid CSA share makes you a CSA member, which comes with many perks-

  • You get first dibs on any future CSA programs – details go out to CSA members two weeks before we share publicly
  • CSA members get first dibs on egg sales, you have the option to add eggs to your weekly share when available (additional cost)
  • Each CSA member receives 10 farm tour ticket vouchers, for use on any available day- tours must be scheduled at least 24 hours in advance and through our website.
  • You know exactly where your food came from, and that it was harvested just hours before you received it.
  • Added value: CSA baskets are sold on a $20 or $40 share value, but every basket will meet or exceed $25 or $45 value, respectively.
  • The satisfaction of knowing that, just by your food choices, you are making the world a better place: reducing emissions from transportation, preventing erosion, sequestering carbon, saving energy on storage, and keeping toxic -icides out of the environment.

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