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A list of some of the veggies we grow

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A few CSA membership benefits:

Access to some veggies you might not have otherwise tried, and ideas of how to use them

Access to homegrown greens and other produce that doesn't last long at the farm stand

Get to know the farmers who grow your produce, and the methods they use to do it.

Get "closer to the earth" through weekly newsletters designed to both keep in touch with the farmers, and give a glimpse into what happens in a growing season.

Enjoy overall savings on produce through the season.

If you're new to the csa concept, click here to learn more!

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a collaboration between farmers and their customers to create a sustainable, season-long produce partnership, where consumers pay farmers in advance for growing their food. The pre-season income helps the farm cover the upfront costs of the growing season (seeds, supplies, labor, etc.) before the harvest begins in early summer.

Your weekly box of our fresh-picked veggies will contain a delicious selection from Trim Pines Farm's gardens through the harvest season. The 20-week CSA share pick-ups begin, weather-dependent, mid-June and continue through mid-October.

Our shares come in full and half sizes. The share amounts may be smaller in the beginning of the season, while peak harvest will include a great variety and quantity of vegetables and fruit - at times plenty to share with friends, or preserve for post-season enjoyment.

Full share is $610. This share is for a family that enjoys vegetables with every meal or a couple whose diet is heavily reliant on veggies. Peak season goal is over a bushel of vegetables each week.

Half share is $325. This share is for an individual or couple who generously adds veggies to every meal, but doesn’t make them the meal itself; and the family who enjoys assorted veggies in the weekly meal plan. Peak season goal is over a half bushel per week.      

Pickup The pick-up location is at Grand Blanc Farmers Market on Sundays from 10AM till 4PM, or at the farm on Mondays! If enough interest develops for a different day, or even a different location, we will consider other distribution opportunities.

Ready to join? Check out our two signup options here!

What to expect in 2015:

Taking advantage of our HOOPHOUSES! We built two new large hoophouses in 2012. This means we can have a larger and/or more diverse harvest available in the early weeks of our CSA season. These structures will also mean we expect greater success from our salad & cooking greens, especially for early and late harvests.

We have learned more about managing these hoophouses each year! We expect to have earlier, longer and more fruitful harvests from them in 2015!

A sampling of how the previous seasons have progressed:

Week 2 of 2011 CSA harvest season    Week 8 of 2011 CSA harvest   Week 19 of 2011 CSA harvest

Week 2                               Week 8                                     Week 19

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