FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

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Why do many farms choose the CSA model?
This particular exchange enables the farmer to purchase the materials they need before the season starts so that they can grow you the best possible food. It also allows us to sell our products directly to you, removing any middleman, so we both get the best value. A CSA is powered by and designed for its members, which means we grow the food we think you’d enjoy eating. We’ve also discovered on other farms that CSA members just really enjoy being part of a farm–we hope to offer that to you, too!

Who is a CSA for?
Everyone, in our opinion! But especially for anyone who wants to:

  • eat healthier, for themselves or their family
  • eat foods that haven’t been sprayed with pesticides or synthetic fertilizers
  • cook with very fresh and therefore nutrient-packed produce
  • explore new ingredients and ways to prepare their veggies
  • have access to pick-your-own herbs and flowers in a serene and beautiful space–kid friendly!
  • connect to their food source in a meaningful way
  • promote regenerative farming practices
  • support small, local business

What if I can’t pick-up my share one week?
If you’re traveling or need to miss a week, we encourage you to offer your share to someone else. You’ll need to send us an email ahead of time so we know a different person will be picking up for you that day.

Where do I pick-up my share?
At the farm in Greene! Location address is 301 Quinn Rd in Greene. More info will be provided to members.

Are there other pick-up locations?
No not currently. If you can’t get to Greene, but are interested in our CSA, send us a message and let us know where you’re at.

How do I get to the farm?
The farm is just 3 miles from downtown Greene. From Rt 206, turn onto Quinn Rd. Take Quinn Rd for one mile until you see a large brick house, a greenhouse, and open fields. Once you’re on Quinn, and after about a quarter mile, the road turns from pavement to dirt; keep going–you really cant miss the brick house! GoogleMaps will accurately direct you to 301 Quinn Rd.

PLEASE drive slowly and carefully once you turn onto Quinn as there are children and dogs in the neighborhood.

Where can I park?
For now, we ask that you park on the side of the road.

Are dogs allowed?
We LOVE dogs, and we’d be happy for you to bring them along, but we ask that you keep your pups on a leash as we can’t have them in the vegetable fields. Thanks for understanding!

Do you sell your produce anywhere else?
We plan to sell at local farmers markets and from a farm-stand. We’ll announce details later in the spring.