Blue Heron Farm Winter CSA (Community Supported Agriculture)
Check back soon to sign up for the 2016 Winter CSA.
Even during the long, cold northeast winters, it's possible to eat a varied local diet. To help sustain both our farm income and the viability of a year round local food system, we decided many years ago to grow crops suitable for storage and to develop facilities to keep them as fresh as possible all winter long. In 1997, we launched our first winter CSA, with about 25 members. Interest grew, and each year we increased enrollment, while becoming more confident at storing and distributing winter crops. In 2006, we built a passive solar greenhouse and grew a successful crop of winter kale. Since then, we've added other greens and continue to work hard at offering as much variety as possible to our winter shares.
Winter is coming.
Check back again soon to enroll in our Winter CSA for 2016.