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What is a CSA?
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a relationship between a farmer and an eater. The consumer buys a portion of the harvest up front, providing the capital for seeds and other necessary inputs at the beginning of the season. These members receive a weekly share of the produce throughout the growing season.
The benefits of a CSA are bountiful. Members receive the highest quality produce, foster a personal connection to their farmers, and directly contribute to their local economy.
Lucky Crow CSA
Every week we provide a variety of vegetables to our members. We aim to include interesting heirlooms alongside tested fan favorites. One can expect a good mixture of leafy greens, roots, legumes and (of course) tomatoes, eggplants and peppers. Our CSA also includes more than just food—a weekly newsletter, seasonal recipes, invites to exclusive farm events and more.
The 2019 Lucky Crow CSA runs from June 11 through October 31. There's a weekly pick up location in Monmouth, Salem and Corvallis.
Our CSA offers a whole or half share option. The whole share feeds a family of 4 or a vegetable-loving couple. Half shares are better for one or two people that don't go through a lot of food during the week.
Whole shares cost $500 for 21 weeks of produce. That ends up being a little under $24/week. Half shares cost $285, which comes out to about $13.50/week. Below are some examples of whole shares throughout the growing season. Half shares are, you guessed it, exactly half the size.
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