What is a CSA?
A CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) consists of a community of individuals and families who pledge their support through membership to a small, independent farm. Members, or "shareholders" of the CSA become partners with the grower so that they share in the risks and reap the rewards of responsible farming. Typically, members of the CSA pledge in advance to cover the anticipated costs of the farm operation through the purchase of a "share" which, in exchange, offers them a weekly box of a wide variety of vegetables and herbs grown on the farm. In addition, members achieve the satisfaction of reconnecting to the land and being an active participant in the movement toward supporting locally-grown food.
At its core, a CSA offers a shared commitment that is helping to build an ecologically sound agricultural system that focuses on good stewardship and helps protect the land for future generations.
Each season we offer a limited number of subscriptions to share our bounty of fresh, locally grown vegetables and herbs. Our harvest season, which extends for approximately 20 weeks from mid June through late October on average, offers a weekly basket of a variety of fresh produce, direct from our farm.
A single full share box (approximately 1-3/4 grocery bags) is enough to feed a family of 2-4. A partial share box (approximately 1 grocery bag) typically feeds 1-2.
2018 Full Season Pricing (Approximately 20 weeks from mid June - late October.)
Full Share: $650 Partial Share: $470
New! Alternating Week Full Season (Every other week from mid June - late October.)
Full Share: $325 Partial Share: $235
Pick up of CSA shares are on Tuesdays from 2-7pm direct from our farm, south of Morris, Illinois.
To join the Bray Grove Farm CSA, complete the membership agreement pdf file below. You can mail the form along with a check, or email the completed form and make payment via credit card through our Online Store. Contact us for payment plans.
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