2021 CSA FarmShare Addons
2021 CSA FarmShare FAQ
Find out more about how our CSA works:
A CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) connects you, the consumer, directly to your local farmer. At Hidden Creek Farm, we are expanding your options. When you buy a CSA FarmShare of Hidden Creek Farm, you become a ‘shareholder’ of our farm for a particular period of time. The system is a win-win for both of us! We receive payment up front, which helps in our planning and farming process. You receive top-quality local products from our regenerative farm. This is the perfect way to make sure your personal ethical, philosophical, and health goals are aligned with where your food comes from.
In fact, the CSA is a direct partnership between you and us in building a real-time healthy and sustainable farm-to-table relationship while supporting conscientious farming practices.
Hidden Creek Farm is dedicated to stewardship of the land and ALL the creatures on it, including wildlife. Our Team is wholly committed to exceptional care of our animals and produce, and to outstanding quality of product and customer service. Our 558 acres Organic and Humane Certified regenerative, diversified farm is located in the Crooked Run Valley of Fauquier County, less than an hour from Washington, D.C.
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Hidden Creek Farm is offering both a Family Share and a Singles/Couple Share for 22-weeks starting the week of June 14, 2021 and ending Nov 24, 2021 (the Wednesday before Thanksgiving).
At Hidden Creek Farm your health, your satisfaction, and the quality of our products are front and center.
Our CSA program ensures that you:
- Receive quality Organic and Humane Certified products on a predictable and timely basis
- Know where your food is coming from
- Know who is handling your food and how it is grown
- Don’t have to worry about shopping for items in a congested store
- Have access to product with higher food safety than mass produced and shipped products
- Receive product packaged in a ‘grab and go’ bag for ‘one-stop’ pickup
- Are aligned philosophically and practically with your food
- Help sustain and partner with a responsible, local farming operation
An early summer bag might include: salad mix, carrots, kale, spring onions, spinach, beets, radishes, turnips, microgreens, and parsley. The following weeks might bring: beans, snap peas, broccoli, cabbage, bok choy, and okra. Later summer bags might include some of the previous items, as well as: peppers, tomatoes, corn, cantaloupe, cucumbers, squash, and watermelon. Fall bags might contain many of the same veggies as in early summer and could also have fall squash and pumpkin.
As a CSA member, you will receive weekly emails reminders of your Pick Up time. Emails will include any announcements for exclusive offerings on the farm, such as additional special seasonal items for purchase. Please watch out for these emails as they will contain important information regarding your CSA! We want to be sure our customers stay in the loop.