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What It Is

CSA, short for Community Supported Agriculture, is a food production and distribution system that directly connects farmers and consumers. In other words, people buy "shares" of a farm's harvest in advance and then receive a portion of the crops as they're harvested throughout the growing season.

How It Works

By joining our CSA, you are agreeing to receive a weekly box of fresh picked produce grown on our farm in Abie, NE. Your payment, made prior to the season, assures that our farm will make good on our pledge to provide you with a consistent variety of quality vegetables.

CSA Information

Our shares amount to 18 boxes over the course of 22 weeks, from the beginning of June through mid-October. We will put together a box that best represents the main produce of the season. We take the time to write up a newsletter describing what's in your box and ideas for storage and preparation, as well as farm updates.  Most of the items in your box come directly from our farm in Abie.  We also partner with other growers to fill your box with the highest quality produce from the area.

FULL SHARE | $28 per week

  • 7-8 seasonal items each week; some weeks may feature products from other local farmers and producers

  • Feeds a family or a couple eating a veggie-forward diet

HALF SHARE | $20 per week

  • 5-6 seasonal items each week; some weeks may feature products from other local farmers and producers

  • Feeds one or two people

 We have several pick-up options, including Lincoln and Omaha areas. All pick-up locations will be at our market stands, where you can shop for additional products from us at a discounted CSA member rate. 

Produce Snapshot

What to Expect this Season
(Subject to change, not all products guaranteed)

June thru Mid-July

Salad

Spinach

Peas

Radishes

Carrots

Potatoes

Cherry Tomatoes

Tomatoes

Cucumbers

Asparagus

Mushrooms

Microgreens

Beets

July thru August

Salad

Spinach

Peppers Mix

Cucumbers

Sweet Corn

Melons

Herbs

Eggplant

Onions

Beans

Watermelon

Zucchini

Mushrooms

Microgreens

Beets

September thru October

Salad

Spinach

Peppers Mix

Carrots

Potatoes

Cherry Tomatoes

Tomatoes

Cucumbers

Sweet Corn

Melons

Beans

Watermelon

Zucchini

Mushrooms

Microgreens

Winter Squash

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