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We deliver boxes of fresh, tasty, nutrient-dense, seasonal produce to Northwest Iowa subscribers once a week from May to the end of the summer growing season. Then the bi-weekly Fall shares begin and continue until Thanksgiving.

We currently have three drop-off spots: Sioux City, Sioux Center, and Orange City

We offer full shares, which feed an average family of four, as well as half shares.

 

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Place your order online now and mail us a check later, or pay online now with a credit card or PayPal. (+5% Fee)

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You can also call John at (712) 490-8218 and pay with a credit card over the phone.

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Delivery is on Wednesdays from 8:00 am to 12:00 noon, May through September, at the Sioux City and Sioux Center Farmers Markets.

What You Get

Healthy, clean, seasonal vegetables and herbs with recipe ideas and storage information. Serving you first, you get the cream of the crop. Examples from 2011:

  • June – Green Onions, Red and Green Butterhead Lettuce, Kohlrabi, Carrots, Turnips, Swiss Chard, Spinach.
  • August – Peppers, Tomato, Garlic, Basil, Potato, Onion, Leek, Beans, Carrots, Cucumber.
Our Commitment to You

As a CSA subscriber we promise to provide you with the freshest, tastiest, and most nutritious food possible. Our vegetables are picked at their peak for flavor, then rinsed, packaged, and cooled before delivery to ensure maximum value for you – as well as a 15-20% savings from retail by participating in the CSA. We appreciate your investment in our farm and take our commitment seriously. In our many years of operation we have not missed a single delivery.

Fall Share

When the summer harvest is done, we offer a fall share that comes every other week. The fall share is a bounty of hardy fall crops including frost-sweetened salad greens, storage crops and a variety of other goodies. You’ll get a bi-weekly selection of 10-14 items — a two-week supply for most families.

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