about CSA

Now signing up for winter

What is CSA?

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a cooperative farming agreement between consumers and farmers. By paying for produce up front, you help us offset necessary winter and spring costs and share the inherent weather related risks of farming and we in turn supply you with a season of bountiful produce.

What's in my weekly box? 

Each of our weekly summer and winter full share CSA boxes can feed a family of four or two veggie lovers! It really depends on how much you cook! Full share boxes commonly have 8-10 items including both salad and hardy greens, an herb, an allium, root crops, and additional seasonal vegetables. Half share boxes have 5 to 7 vegetables and are more basic, with more commonly used vegetables. We also include a newsletter with farm updates and recipes to help you enjoy your fresh farm vegetables. 

What are my subscription options? 

Our summer CSA runs from June through September. We offer full share and half share vegetable options as well as a flower bouquet option.

Our winter CSA begins in November and runs through January. You will see more root and storage crops, but we also grow microgreens and salad greens in greenhouses to keep you eating well through the cold winter months. We only offer full shares during the winter.

In 2018 we started our Whole Farm CSA.  This is a year-round subscription beginning February 1st  and supports all of our farming endeavors:  Veggies, lamb, pork, chicken, eggs, flowers, honey, pumpkins, wreaths. 



You can sign up for CSA in person at the farm or at Farmers Market, online, or by downloading a printable form and mailing it in to us. We accept cash, check, or credit card payments.

market money

For those of you looking for more flexibility but still want to support our farm by purchasing upfront, we offer Market Money.  You can use Market Money to purchase our goods  at the Saturday Farmers' Market, the Bozeman Winter Market, and at our farmstand.  $100 pre-payments get you a $115 gift certificate. Purchase at the farm, at market, online, or by mail.