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Nos petits cepages

Our Farm Offerings

SHOP FLOWERS

Seasonal Flowers

LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR CSA

Produce CSA

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Workshops

Community Events

Socialize at our community events like summer BBQs, wine tastings, pizza parties, DIY ateliers etc.

See activity calendar

Yoga

Come enjoy a yoga class on the farm! 

Learn more

Summer camps

Offer your kids an opportunity to enjoy a few days at the farm, experiencing life and activities as a little farmer.

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Farm school

School field trip and outdoor education in real life on the farm.

Learn more

SAMPLE SHARE - JUNE

1 lb broccoli 
1 pint snap peas 
1.5 lbs new potatoes 
1 bunch garlic scapes 
1 butterhead lettuce 
1 bag arugula 
1 bunch carrots 
1 bunch chard or kale 

SAMPLE SHARE - SEPTEMBER

1 pint padron peppers
1 red cabbage
1 bag salad mix
2 sweet peppers
1 lb tomatoes
1 lb onions
1 bunch carrots
1 bunch parsley or cilantro

Camps

CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture.

Members buy a share of the farm’s harvest at the beginning of the season, helping farmers with early season costs like seeds, tools, and compost. In exchange, CSA members receive produce or flowers all season (plus lots of love from their farmers!).

Part of the idea of CSA is that members share in both the rewards AND the risks of farming - some seasons are very bountiful, other years there are disappointments. We may lose our tomatoes to disease, or have rabbits mow down our peas. It doesn’t happen often, but the CSA model is designed to help farms shoulder losses. And, of course, you’ll share our successes, too - extra beans for canning, or all the cucumbers you can eat! 

CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture.

Members buy a share of the farm’s harvest at the beginning of the season, helping farmers with early season costs like seeds, tools, and compost. In exchange, CSA members receive produce or flowers all season (plus lots of love from their farmers!).

Part of the idea of CSA is that members share in both the rewards AND the risks of farming - some seasons are very bountiful, other years there are disappointments. We may lose our tomatoes to disease, or have rabbits mow down our peas. It doesn’t happen often, but the CSA model is designed to help farms shoulder losses. And, of course, you’ll share our successes, too - extra beans for canning, or all the cucumbers you can eat! 

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