A CSA for those with committment issues!

IMG_20120608_124540 We are offering a new, more customizable, garden CSA this year. Our hope is that this model fits better with our customers’ schedules, preferences, and lifestyles. if you haven’t heard of it before, our new Garden Stake CSA model is like the old one, where you partner with us, as your farmers, investing in the crop in advance, in exchange for discounted vegetables. The difference is that you get to pick your commitment level, and your produce every week from our market stand. And there is also no risk of losing anything if you skip a week, pickup a different day, or don’t eat certain vegetables. Our partners this year can select from the following three options:

  1. $100 advance payment gets you a $110 account (10% bonus for our partners)
  2. $300 advance payment gets you a $345 account (15% bonus for our partners)
  3. $500 advance payment gets you a $600 account (20% bonus for our partners)

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garlic

garlic

potatoes

potatoes

If that sounds interesting to you, check out the information sheet and application, and let us know if you have any questions. You can mail it to us, or email it back to grocesgrow@gmail.com And please feel free to pass this info along to anyone in the area who you feel would be interested. Thanks, Luke and Katherine Groce

2015 Garden Stakeholder CSA Application and Information

2015 Garden Stakeholder CSA Application and Information

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2 thoughts on “A CSA for those with committment issues!

  1. Jenny Lindsay says:

    If you delivered to GA I’d sign up!

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