1st Deposit January 15th
2nd Deposit due March 15th
3rd Deposit due May 15th
What the membership includes:
- A weekly share of fresh Cecil Creek Farm and Summer Wind Farms produce. Our Full Share feeds the produce portions of about 4 people for the week and our Half Share feeds a couple.
- Member Activity Days where you and your family can learn more about how your food is grown, what farm practices we use, even some ideas on how to prepare or preserve the great seasonal harvest.
- Weekly Newsletter and Recipes
- 5% off all market items. While we try to grow as large of a variety produce as we can, there are items that we just can’t include soooooo… You can purchase anything else from the market at a 5% discount. Cecil Creek Farm Market tries hard to purchase only the freshest local, organic, and environmentally conscious items available. Items to include Sustainable Raised Eggs, Local Apples, Peaches, Nectarines, Blueberries, Strawberries, Cranberries, Meats, Honey, Milk, Cheeses, Dairy, Jams, Jellies, Chutneys, Sauces, Oils, Pasta, as well as a variety of other items that embrace the farm to table lifestyle.
What to expect:
Thanks to our relationship with Summer Wind Farms our 2017 CSA will have more variety and greater quantities than we have had in the past. They are experienced USDA Certified Organic growers with a history of providing incredible quality Jersey Fresh Vegetables
Here’s our plan for the 2017 season (we occasionally need a little flexibility as farmers sometimes do):
- Start date for our first distribution: May 31st
- Share season duration of 20- weeks until October.
- Over 60 Planned Crops
Here’s a change we are making for the 2017 season that we believe you will find makes for a better CSA experience for our customers.
At the beginning of the season you will get a wooden farm basket to hold your produce, approximately the size of a bushel for a full share and a half bushel for a half share. Simply bring the bushel with you to the farm each week and select your produce from the items on display market style. Baskets can be filled only to the top rim. Most produce items will have a sign indicating how many you can have of each item for that week. But the choice is entirely yours, take just the items you know and like or experiment with something new. Occasionally when we have large items like watermelon we may not require that these be put in your basket.