CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) is based on a simple principle: connecting people to their local food source. When you join a CSA you are entering into a partnership that is dedicated to bringing fresh, organic produce directly from our fields to your table each week. Your membership helps to pay for seeds, water, equipment and labor in the early season when expenses are high and income is low. In return, the farm provides just picked seasonal produce each week beginning in June, for 20 weeks for our CSA members. CSA members make a commitment to support the farm through their annual membership. This commitment ensures the survival of local agriculture by sharing the risk and bounty of the farm. By joining you become an active part of the farm's success and community.
How Does It Work?
Our 2015 CSA season runs for 20 weeks from June 3rd to October 14th.Pick-up Locations
Produce is picked up each Wednesday from 4pm-7pm at either:
- Cure Organic Farm Store, 7450 Valmont Rd. Boulder, CO 80301
- Boulder Farmer's Market 13th between Arapahoe Ave. and Canyon Ave.
Share Size & Cost
In 2015 we'll offer 195 CSA shares. Please choose from the following:
Membership includes your weekly produce, a weekly newsletter, recipes, invitations to farm events and the opportunity to enjoy the farm each week.
To get on our mailing list for future CSA sign-ups, please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
What Do I Get Each Week?
At Cure Organic Farm we grow over 100 varieties of vegetables and herbs. Each week you'll receive a diverse mix of crops that are in season. While no two weeks are the same, here is an example of a typical Medium share in August:
Eating seasonally is a delicious challenge. We grow over a hundred varieties of vegetables, herbs and flowers. Our partnerships with western slope growers allows us to provide a wide variety of organic fruit throughout the season. See more about our growing practices and our crop availability list by month here.
Artichokes Fava Beans Radish Arugula Fennel Salad Mix Beets Garlic Salsify Bok Choy Green Beans Scallions Braising Mix Head Lettuce Shallots Broccoli Heirloom Tomatoes Snap Beans Brussels Sprouts Kale Snow Peas Cabbage Leeks Spinach Carrots Lettuce Sugar Snap Peas Cauliflower Melons Summer Squash Celery Onions Sweet Corn Celeriac Parsnips Tomatoes Chard Peppers Tomatillos Cherry Tomatoes Potatoes Turnip Cucumbers Pumpkins Winter Squash Dry Beans Radicchio Zucchini Eggplant
*Our Fruit Share includes fresh organic fruit grown on Colorado's western slope by First Fruits and Rancho Durazno.
What Is Share the Bounty?
Community Supported Agriculture is about sharing - food, community, and bounty. Each year we make CSA memberships available at a reduced rate to lower-income households in our community. If you, your business, school or group would like to help pay for a subscription for one of these households, please indicate this on the Registration Form. If you feel like you would qualify for Share the Bounty, please contact us.