CSA at Spoutwood Farm
Fresh Local Produce
How Our CSA Works
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) shareholders commit to support a farm by paying in advance for a regular supply of vegetables. This allows members to be a direct part of their local food economy and to support sustainable farming practices. Members may also choose to be involved in the decision-making, from what is grown to how much is planted.
Our vegetables are local, fresh (most harvested the day they’re delivered), and produced without the use of harmful fertilizers, herbicides, or pesticides. In fact, we are Certified Naturally Grown which means we are committed to the highest level of organic farming and never use GMO crops. This provides our members with vegetables that are safe, healthy, and incredibly fresh.
Each shareholder will receive 24 weekly deliveries of naturally grown produce every Thursday afternoon. Pick up times are from 3-8 pm. Shares start the last Thursday of May and run until the second week of November.
-> A Large Share is intended for 3-4 people and costs $695 (about $30 dollars a week).
-> A Medium Share (60% of the Large Size) is intended for 1-2 people and costs $475 (about $20 per week).
Pick up locations can be found on the sign up page and include York, Hanover, Cockeysville, Baltimore and Spoutwood Farm.
This year we are offering egg and cheese share options to go along with the vegetable CSA share. These cage free eggs and fresh raw cheeses are brought to us from Green Hill Farms, a neighboring farm that is all natural and chemical free – just like us!
We are also offering wonderful flower shares from April Lutter of FloriCulture – choose either 5 or 10 weeks of gorgeous floral arrangements.