As a member of our traditional CSA you will be delivered a box of fresh vegetables every week form the first week of June to the second week of November. For 23 weeks, you will receive diverse assortment of seasonal vegetables in varying quantities. The boxes will be delivered one day a week to the pick up site of your choice listed below. For 2013, we offer a small and large share option.
Pittsburgh Pick up Sites:
(East Liberty, Highland Park, Squirrel Hill, Lawrenceville, North Side)
Clarion and On Farm Pick Up
There is a window of 4 hours that you’ll have the opportunity to pick up your share. The time of the pickup will be in the afternoon/evening on a weekday. For 2012 the delivery day for Pittsburgh was Thursday, and Clarion and on farm pick up was Tuesday these may or may not be the same day for 2013. We will update this information as soon as the details of our 2013 season come together with the approaching new year.
What does a Share of the 2012 Harvest Cost?
Large $600 10-12 items - feeds 3-5 adults
Small $350 6-7 items - feeds 2-3 adults
*On farm pick up is $50.00 less for both small and large shares
The price reflects the real costs of growing high quality vegetables, cleaned, boxed and delivered to a pickup site. Payment plans are available. These can be viewed on our registration form, located under the purchase a share tab.
New! Market CSA
This style CSA is ideal for people who'd like to participate in CSA and would like some flexibility. As a market CSA member, you will come to the farmers' market in East Liberty and choose the produce you'd like for the week at a 10% discount. There is no cash exchange at market, because you prepay for the market share before the markets begin. From the first Monday after Mother's Day to the Monday before Thanksgiving, you can choose what you want from out stand at the East Liberty Farmers Market. If you miss a market, no biggy! You come when you can. You have to use the entirety of the CSA money before season's end. We'll have records of your purchase amounts and have you sign each week you buy produce so you can keep a tab on how much money you have yet to use.
What does a Market Share of the 2013 Cost?