It's almost here! CSA pickups start Wednesday, June 21, 2-6pm.
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The CSA will be available to pick up on Wednesday, June 21 from 2-6 pm at the farm. Our address is 170 Eureka Road in Springfield. Please pull into the driveway by our greenhouse past the house, and park facing the tree line (you'll see where the grass is mowed for parking). If you have mobility issues the driveway in front of the barn is open to you. After parking, there is a sign up the hill directing you to walk to our big barn. It says “CSA Pickup” with an arrow. Please avoid walking between our supply barn and the house deck.
Once you're in our big barn, please give your name to Seth or Christine and one of us will check your name off our list. The barn will be set up market style and we'll direct you to what types of vegetables you can take and how many of each. There will also be signs to help you out, and feel free to ask questions! This is one of our favorite parts of farming, where we get to chat and get to know you all! You can pack your vegetables into your reusable bags and then head home to get cooking.
If you have not yet paid for your share, please bring payment with you at the time of your first pickup. Unless we have made prior arrangements, we won't be able to give you your share without payment in full.
If you haven't done already, head on over to our private Facebook group and request to join so you can virtually meet your fellow CSA members and join in on the weekly unboxing videos for your share. If Facebook isn't for you, that's ok! This option is totally voluntary and just an added bonus. We'll always send our CSA share communications via email so that everyone can get them.
We've also got a library of resources for you with mini ebooks of CSA tips, recipes, meal ideas, and exit strategies. You can find all this on Google Drive, and the links are also pinned at the top of the private Facebook group.
We're so looking forward to seeing everyone this month! We can't wait to meet you!
Your farmer, Christine Terramane EurekaOrganicFarm.com