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Custom Organic Veggie CSA SIGNUP - Spring Small(4 Boxes)
This is the signup for your 4 week customizable box commitment of seasonal veggies that will be delivered mid-May weekly through Mid-June. Get the best fresh, local, organically produced spring vegetables directly from SLO Farmers Co-op farms right down the road. You will be able change your box contents each week on-line. Don't like beets? No problem. You never have to get them in your weekly farm share. Love cherry tomatoes? Perfect, you will get extra when they are in season. This share is designed to meet the vegetable needs of a typical family of 1 to 3. Weekly minimum small share cost is $30/week.
SLO Farmers Organic Veggie CSA Spring Small Share provided by SLO Farmers Co-op and its member farms is designed to feed a family of 1 to 3, depending on the amount of veggies your family typically eats.
Features of this unique custom CSA share program:
- 4-week season starting mid-May through Mid June (Every week delivery)
- Each week your share box will be preloaded with a variety of 6 - 10 vegetables that can be customized during the customization window.
- Customization cutoff is different from weekly order cutoff time for routes. Customizations will be allowed beginning noon Wednesday through 7pm on Thursday the week prior to box delivery.
- No vacation holds can be taken during this program.
Financial Commitments: Weekly Small Share Minimum Cost - $30.
CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture. It is a movement started in the 1980s to provide organic farmers and people who wish to support local and organic foods a way to connect and build a stronger community. This is done by directly supporting the farmer’s efforts to provide local, fresh food to their community, which also helps to build a healthy local economy.
CSA members know exactly how, where, and by whom their fresh, high quality produce, herbs, meats, and eggs are produced. As a CSA member of SLO Farmers Co-op, you know your food will be produced using strict organic methods which ensures you receive highly nutritious, great tasting, chemical free food, ensures our animals are raised using the highest husbandry standards, and protects our environment and natural resources for future generations. There will be opportunities for participants to visit farms and see where their food is grown. You know you are directly supporting local families and the local economy.
For the farmers, the CSA model brings several benefits as well. The signup down payment provides cash flow in the beginning of the year when farmers incur many of their annual input costs. It offers a secured seasonal customer base which allows farmers to focus attention on the quality of the food they produce and less on weekly marketing and promotions. CSA members do share in some of the risks of agriculture through their commitment. CSA farms use planning and many mitigation practices to deal with nature's challenges to provide a bountiful and high-quality harvest. One nice thing about our co-op is that our multiple member farms help to offset these risks.
SLO Farmers Co-opFounded in 2014, the SLO Farmers Co-op is an emerging producer’s co-operative in northeastern Wisconsin committed to providing quality farm products that sustain both our farms and our environment. All members agree to meet set production standards, including humane, pasture-based rearing of animals, no GMO's, no synthetic pesticides or herbicides, and no antibiotics. SLO's sustainable farmers believe in meeting the needs of the current generation without compromising the needs of future generations. Balancing people, planet, and profit is needed for a thriving local agriculture. Farm members include Flying Tractor Farm in Sturgeon Bay, Full Circle Community Farm in Seymour, Golden Bear Farm in Kiel, Groche Organic Farms in Suamico, Kellner's Back Acres in Denmark, Viola Kitchen Garden in Frances Creek, Pape Family Pastures in Peshtigo, and Lake Orchard Aquaponics in Sheboygan
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