From Our Farm To Your Table –¬†Ripe City CSA

General Info

CSA stands for “Community Supported Agriculture”, and it is truly a community building model. When you join a CSA, you sign up for a super-fresh, seasonal produce week after week. Not only that, but you are also directly supporting local farmers by guaranteeing their crops will be purchased, thereby ensuring a living salary for them! If you are health-conscious, veggie-loving, adventurous in the kitchen, or all of the above, a CSA might be the perfect option for you and your household!

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How Does Is It Work?

If you decide you want to become a member, the first step is to sign up! We are limited to 20 shares per season, so don’t delay. Email [email protected] to reserve your slot, and then head over to our online store to pay for your subscription. Or, you are welcome to stop by the farm to pay with cash, check, or credit card. You’ll choose either Tuesday or Thursday as your designated pick-up day, and shares will become available after 12 pm on those days.

***Spring season starts March 3rd

What Does It Cost?

Ripe City offers two types of CSA shares, depending on how many people will be using it or how many times per week you cook. The full share for $280 will pick up every week and is best for families of 4 or more, or those who cook almost every night of the week. The half share is $140, which picks up every other week, and is better for 2 people or those who cook less. Both options break down to $20 per week, and run for the entire 14-week season.

If that is an intimidating commitment, you might want to consider splitting a share with friends! That way you’ll both get the opportunity to try out this model of receiving the freshest seasonal eats and supporting your local farmers!

Where Do I Pick It Up?

You can pick up your CSA at the Lake Ella Farmer’s Market. We will have everything ready to go when you arrive. If you forget to come get your CSA on your assigned day, no worries, we will hold it for you.

How do I sign up?

Purchase CSA