Yes. You will need to be a 2024 Land's Sake Farm member to register for a CSA share. Membership sign up is part of the registration form, if needed.
Your share will contain a variety of Land’s Sake-grown vegetables, harvested for each CSA pickup.
- Small Shares receive 6-8 types of vegetables weekly
- Full Shares receive 9-13types of vegetables weekly. (Full Shares receive a greater variety/quantity of produce than Small Shares.)
June CSA pick-ups are usually heavy on greens like lettuce and arugula, and may contain other produce like radishes and turnips. Mid-summer share includes crops like cucumbers, summer squash, kohlrabi, fennel, carrots, and beets. By late summer, shares include tomatoes, bell peppers, eggplants, and onions. Fall crops include winter squash and root vegetables (grown to store well), as well as hearty greens. Winter Shares receive winter squash and root vegetables.
You can send anyone to pick up your share. You do not need to tell us in advance.
Beginning in 2024, Land's Sake cannot accommodate pick-up day switches for CSA pick-up. If you can't pick up, please ask a family member or friend to pick up for you. Unclaimed shares will be donated to a hunger relief partner, so the vegetables will never go to waste! Please note that you are still welcome to gather the 'you-pick' portion of your share at any time of week that is convenient for you.
Yes, you may share with another family, as long as both families are Land’s Sake members. Please contact us if you plan on splitting a share.
If space permits, this may be possible. Please contact us.
In the event of a national holiday falling on a pickup day, we will email you in advance about the pickup change. In 2024, July 4th is a Thursday. Thursday CSA members will receive special communications in June 2024, indicating how pickup that week will be handled. For inclement weather, we typically only close the tent during lightning storms, and reopen as soon as it is safe to do so.
Unclaimed shares are donated to a hunger relief partner, so the vegetables will never go to waste. We don't have capacity to hold shares until the next day.
Our team needs every minute to set up the tent without disruption, and by the time the end of the day rolls around, it’s been a 12-hour day for our crew members. We kindly ask that the “on the dot” policy be respected at each pickup.
We recommend that you bring your own bags for individual vegetables and bags, boxes, or crates for transporting your share home.
Yes. We offer CSA Members a variety of PYO crops. When you enter the CSA tent, PYO items and quantities are posted on the board. These include flowers, cherry tomatoes, beans, and peas; we also have herbs (both perennial and annual) available throughout the season. You are welcome to gather your weekly you-pick item at any time of week that is convenient for you - it does not have to be picked at the same time as your CSA pickup if that's not a good option for you.
We aim to give CSA members 20% more value than they would get by shopping at the Farmstand. However, when there’s an excellent season for a given crop (whether pre-harvested or Pick-Your-Own), members share in the bounty and end up saving more!
Full Shares receive a greater variety of vegetables than the Small Shares because they are larger shares. When we have limited quantities of certain crops, Full Shares receive these limited veggies before Small Shares.
The same is true for the Farmstand. Sometimes, certain crops are found at the Farmstand but not the CSA, because they are available in very limited quantities. The Farmstand is also able to sell produce that we don’t grow at Land’s Sake, such as corn and berries.