Summer Shares

We are currently accepting registrations for the 2014 CSA season.

Download a registration form HERE.

By joining as a summer CSA member, you will get to share in the full bounty of the season. From greens and strawberries in the early season, to juicy heirlooms in the late summer, to butternut squash in the fall, we promise to fill your plates with interesting and delicious vegetables.

We grow over 60 different fruits and vegetables.  What comes in a box? You can expect a heavy dose of the staples, like carrots, broccoli, lettuce, onions, tomatoes, and potatoes. But we will also give many other kinds of vegetables that reflect the diversity of what be grown in Wisconsin.  Weekly newsletters will help you learn about the items in your box and give you cooking ideas. On our website, we have a recipe search index which provides access to all archived recipes.

Share Options

We have two different share options for our summer shares.  All shares include a custom menu recipe service with Local Thyme. 

REGULAR SHARE – A regular share provides a weekly box of fresh vegetables from the farm for 20 weeks from early June through mid-October. It generally feeds a family of 3 to 5 members (though each family’s veggie consumption differs). The 2014 season cost is $620.

EVERYOTHER SHARE – An everyother share provides a box of fresh vegetables every other week for 20 weeks (10 boxes total) from early June through mid-October.  It generally feeds a family of 1 to 3 (though each family’s veggie consumption differs). The 2014 season cost is $365.

Pick-Up Information

Click here for our 2014 listing of pick-up sites and days for our Summer &  Winter shares .

Crops We Grow:

Arugula; Basil; Beans (green & yellow); Beets (red); Bok Choi; Broccoli, Brussel Sprouts; Cabbage (red, green, & chinese); Carrots; Cantaloupe; Celeriac; Celery; Chard; Cilantro; Sweet Corn; Cucumbers; Dill; Edamame; Eggplant (globe & japanese); Fennel; Garlic; Kale (green & russian); Kohlrabi; Leeks; Lettuce (4 varieties); Onions (yellow, red; & pearl); Parsley (curly & Italian); Parsnip; Peas (snow & sugar Snap); Peppers (red, green, poblano & hot varieties); Potatoes (red, yukon, kennebec, & pontiac varieties); Radishes (spring and storage varieties);  Rutabaga; Salad Mix; Scallions; Shallots; Spinach; Strawberries; Sweet Potatoes; Tatsoi; Tomatoes (red cherry, sungolds, heirlooms, paste, &  slicing varieties); Watermelon; Winter Squash (butternut, delicata, acorn, & festival varieties); Zucchini (gold and green)

Example Box Contents

We grow over 60 types of fruits and vegetables!  You will receive between 10 and 15 items in each box.  Pictured below are three different CSA boxes from various months of the season.  A full listing of the fruits and vegetables we grow is below the photographs.  See our archived newsletters for even more examples of what past boxes have contained.

LATE JUNE BOX: 1 head romaine lettuce; 1 1/2 quarts strawberries; 1 head broccoli; 1 bunch basil; 4 zucchini; 1/2 pound sugar snap peas; 1/4 pound snow peas; 1 green cabbage; 1 kohlrabi; 1 fennel; 1 bunch pearl onions; 1/2 # salad mix; 2 cucumbers

MID-AUGUST BOX: 6 ears sweet corn, 1# carrots; 1 head celery; 3 zucchini; 1 watermelon; 1 pint sungold tomatoes; 1 pint cherry tomatoes; 2 cippollini onions; 3 cucumbers; 2 zucchinis; 1 jalapeno; 1 green pepper; 2# heirloom tomatoes; 1.5# green beans

EARLY OCTOBER BOX: 2 festival squash; 3 sweet carmen peppers; 2 # red potatoes; 1 romaine lettuce; 1 jalapeno; 1# edamame; 1 yellow onion; 4 poblano peppers; 1 garlic bulb; 4 bell peppers; 1.5 # paste tomatoes; 1# slicing tomatoes; 1 bok choi; 1 head broccoli; 1 bunch radish; 1 gold zucchini; 1.5#