2018 CSA Sign Ups NOW OPEN!
Spring & Summer May 1 – August 7
Fall August 14 – November 20

Sign up for 30 weeks to guarantee a spot in the Fall!
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CSA stands for community-supported agriculture . Members of a CSA purchase actual shares of the harvest upfront.

What is a CSA? 

CSA stands for community-supported agriculture. Instead of buying produce at a farmers’ market or through a grocer, someone who is a member of a CSA purchases an actual share of the harvest upfront. What makes the CSA model so beneficial to farmers is that members’ shares are purchased while the farmer is purchasing supplies and making plans for crops before the season unfolds. This helps farmers with cash flow, especially early on in the spring when it may be a little tight. It also helps with planning because the farmer can anticipate sales, knowing the produce is already sold before it’s even harvested.

Each share you purchase helps women seeking second chances to thrive. Residents will apprentice and manage the farm as they work toward achieving their goals in a supportive and holistic transitional living program.

What We Grow

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 2018 CSA Sign Ups NOW OPEN!

Share Size
Sign up for 30 weeks now to guarantee your spot in the Spring & Fall! 

Half Share: $450  (30 weeks, spring/summer & fall) or
$225 (15 weeks, spring/summer only)
Half shares receive around $15 per week and
are recommended for households with 1-2 people

Full Share: $750 (30 weeks, spring/summer & fall) or
$375 (15 weeks, spring/summer only)
Large shares receive around $25 per week and
are recommended for households with 3-4 people

Your share includes one optional make-up week, which gives you the flexible option to skip your share one week due to vacation, etc., and extend the CSA by an extra week. Notice of 24 hours is required.

Crops will appear in your shares based on seasonality, but you can expect in your shares a variety of the following crops: Tomatoes, Cherry Tomatoes, Peppers, Sugar Snap Peas, Radishes, Yellow Squash, Zucchini, Potatoes, Head Lettuce, Beets, Kale, Carrots, Sweet Potatoes, Collard Greens, Hakurei turnips, Broccoli, Butternut Squash.

Drop-Off Locations:

Burlington  Graham  Carrboro  Durham
Pick up your shares at the drop-offs in the following areas on
Tuesday from 4:30pm-6:30pm.

Benevolence Farm – Graham 4265 Thompson Mill Rd, Graham, NC 27253    

Company Shops Market – Burlington 268 E Front St, Burlington, NC 27215  

Pacifica Co-Housing – Carrboro 141 Viburnum Way, Carrboro, NC 27510     

The Scrap Exchange – Durham 2050 Chapel Hill Rd, Durham, NC 27707       

South Durham – **Location to be determined, dependent upon at least 10 sign-ups
Please fill out Google Form if interested in this location and you will be emailed upon reaching 10 interested members. Payment will then be completed at this time. 

*In the event that there are not enough sign-ups for a location, it may not qualify for pickups, in which case you will be referred to the nearest location.*

Paying in Full (preferred): payment is due at sign-up by February 15

Half Now/Half Later: the first payment is due at sign-up, and second payment due April 15.

Make your payment by sending a check with memo “CSA,” or pay through our PayPal button below. Please also note your friend’s name or if you are a returning member in the memo to take advantage of the discounts, or contact us if you were able to refer a friend after your payment.

What do I need to do to purchase a CSA?

Read through the entire membership agreement, found here.

Complete google form with contact information, found here.

Submit payment, either via check or the registration link, found below.
By paying, you have agreed to the membership agreement.

Sign up for 30 weeks to guarantee your spot in the Spring, Summer, & Fall!