Providing Organic Fruit, Vegetables, Herbs and More to Western Cuyahoga, Erie, Lorain and Medina County Residents since 2009

UPDATE! Oberlin Public Library Pick Up is now at 3:00 pm on Fridays

Local organic produce will continue to be picked up at Oberlin Public Library,  65 South Main Street (Rt. 58), Oberlin

Serving customers in Oberlin, Wellington, Wakeman and Vermilion since 2009

NEW! Amherst Post Office Pick Up is at 3:30 pm on Fridays

Local organic produce can now be picked up at The Amherst Post Office parking lot, 350 North Leavitt Rd, Route 58, Amherst .

Serving customers in Amherst, Lorain and South Amherst.

NEW! Avon Public Library Pick Up is at 4:45 pm on Fridays

Local organic produce can now be picked up at Avon Public Library parking lot, 37485 Harvest Dr, Avon, (Off of Route 511) .

Serving customers in Avon, Avon Lake and Bay Village

NEW! Lutheran West Pick Up is at 5:30 pm on Fridays

Local organic produce can now be picked up at Lutheran West High School parking lot, 3850 Linden Avenue, Rocky River .

Serving customers in Fairview Park, Lakewood, Rocky River and Westlake.

UPDATE! North Olmsted Friends Church Pick Up is now at 6:00 pm on Fridays

Local organic produce will continue to be picked up at Friends Evangelical Church, 5665 Great Northern Blvd, North Olmsted

Serving customers in North Olmsted, North Ridgeville, Olmsted Falls, Berea and West Park since 2011

UPDATE! LaPorte United Methodist Church Pick Up is now at 6:30 pm on Fridays

Local organic produce will continue to be picked up at LaPorte United Methodist Church, 8352 Grafton Road, Elyria

Serving customers in Elyria, North Ridgeville, Grafton and Eaton since 2009

NEW! Medina Pick Up at Richardsons Country Store (at Richardson Farms) 
is from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, Saturdays & Sundays

Local organic produce can now be picked up at Richardson Farms, 6984 Lafayette Rd., (Rt. 42) Medina

Serving customers in Medina, Brunswick, Lodi, West Salem and Lafayette Township

COMING SOON! New pick up locations in Cuyahoga, Erie, and Lorain Counties in June

CSA basket
Choose Local Produce, Meats and More
When you make the decision to shop locally at a
farmer's market, join a CSA or purchase from a 
local farm, your food is as fresh as possible! Your 
food is more nutritious, tastier and better for you. 
Plus, you'll be supporting local farmers and the 
local economy.

More Deliciousness, More Tastiness, More of What's Good About Northern Ohio! The produce we provide is all fresh from local farms and never comes from an auction or a food terminal.

Truly Farm Fresh and Nutritious since 2009!

Summer Boxes
A limited amount of shares are
now available at most drop off locations. 

What Makes Our CSA Unique?
We are one of only a few organic CSA programs in the country that operates 52 weeks a year. Customers can join at any time and choose from 4 week, 20 week or full year subscriptions.

Our Summer program (most popular) begins in June and runs for 20 weeks. Customers pick up from several area drop off locations (Avon, Amherst, Elyria, Grafton, Medina, North Olmsted, Oberlin, Rocky River and Vermilion). Home delivery is also available.

Customers of our CSA program receive a weekly assortment of organic fruits, vegetables, herbs and more. Choose from two sizes: A small box for singles/couples or a large box for families.

These items are available as add-ons:
     • Humanely raised local chicken, beef, pork and turkey
     • Free range eggs, honey, syrup, cider, milk, cheese
     • Organic grains, pantry items, coconut oil, jams/jellies

Who should join our Community Supported Agriculture program?
People that enjoy cooking with fresh, local food, including vegetarians, vegans and those that follow a ketogenic or paleo diet. We also offer local antibiotic free and steroid free beef, pork, chicken and turkey. Local milk, cheese, nuts, seeds, and grains are always available as add ons.  

     
      SMALL shares start at $30.00 per week
      Approximately 1/2 bushel, 5 - 8 items

      FAMILY shares start at $55.00 per week
      Approximately 1 bushel, 7 -10 items 


The Summer boxes usually start in early June with strawberries and other in season produce. These are not your average berries found in most produce sections of grocery stores. The strawberries are organic, plump, juicy and full of flavor. Next will be blueberries, picked fresh at the peak of deliciousness. After the blueberry harvest, we offer local peaches, cherries, pears, plums, nectarines, blackberries, raspberries, watermelon, cantaloupe and apples. Click here for a seasonal harvest list by month, (updated annually).
     




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