Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)!

 
 

Why CSA?

CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture and is a mutually beneficial relationship between customer and grower. Imagine you are part of an special club that receives a weekly box of fresh, organic produce and gets to know a local grower. That is the essence of the Naked Acre Farm CSA. In the spring when vegetable are just starting to grow but farm costs are at their peak for the season, CSA members “invest” in the farm by purchasing a share. Then throughout the growing season, in our case a period of 16 to 18 weeks, each member is “repaid” with a weekly vegetable share of seasonal vegetable.

How it works

  • We offer one share which averages to roughly $25/week. The cost is $450 for the 16-18 week CSA season. Naked Acre Farm families have explained that the share can cover all or a large portion of their weekly veggies.

  • Depending on where you are located you will have options for pick up/delivery. Whether it is an on farm pick up, a farmer’s market pick up, or a drop point in Waterbury, exact details will be provided as Spring gets closer. Last season we did a drop on Tuesdays from 5-7 at a Waterbury location, the season prior we had an on farm pick up on Tuesdays from 4-7.

  • Then you get to eat and prepare your fresh produce. You can follow the farm’s progress through the (often) weekly newsletter. Recipes and inspiration will be provided in the newsletter.

Benefits

  • Receive 10% bonus off regular market prices meaning with your $450 investment you will receive at least $495 worth of produce by the end of the season

  • Supporting a local business and getting to know your farmer!!

  • Knowing how your food is grown and where it comes from!

  • Removing some portion of your dollar from the conventional industrial food system and keeping it in our community

  • Access to the freshest and best tasting veggies around - CSA shares are harvested and washed on the morning of pick up/delivery

  • Helping reduce fossil fuel consumption and pollution due to the short distance your food will travel

  • On farm end of the season potluck? Last year was the first time we did this and it was a great time.

  • There may be some special surprise offerings this season as we hash out details

  • Access to beautiful flowers from Homefront Gardens, my lovely wife Genica!

  • This season we may offer season extension shares or late fall shares as we become more established here on the land - more details to follow

Last Minute Details!

  • there is limited space this season so if you are interested please don’t hesitate to contact me or make a deposit to hold a share.

  • Payment plans are available if needed however a deposit will need to be made in order to secure your share.

  • click the button below contact me for a share and I will provide details on how to proceed!

 
 
Heirloom tomatoes

Heirloom tomatoes

Rainbow Carrots!!!

Rainbow Carrots!!!

Get to know your farmer!!

Get to know your farmer!!

Lots of tomatoes and potatoes!!!

Lots of tomatoes and potatoes!!!

Winter Squash!!

Winter Squash!!

A Sample of Vegetables

Staples

  • Salad Mix

  • Arugula

  • Kale

  • Head Lettuce

  • Chard

  • Micro Greens

  • Baby Kale

  • Bok Choy

 

Summer

  • Tomatoes

  • Cherry Tomatoes

  • Peppers

  • Melons

  • Summer Squash

  • Zucchini

  • New Potatoes

  • Snap Peas

 

Others

  • Beets

  • Carrots

  • Radish

  • Cabbage

  • Broccolini

  • Spinach

  • Turnip

  • Green beans

  • Brussel’s Sprouts

 

Towards Fall

  • Winter Squash

  • Onions

  • Garlic

  • Potatoes