CSA at Spoutwood Farm
Fresh Local Produce
The Spoutwood Farm Center CSA allows members the chances to purchase freshly harvested, naturally-grown vegetables directly from our PA Certified Naturally Grown Farm. This not only provides your family with the benefits of eating seasonal produce free from synthetic fertilizers and pesticides, it also allows you to know how your food is grown, and the chance to create friendships with the people who grow it.
2019 CSA Registration is Now Open!
Are you considering becoming a CSA member in 2019? With new structures, add-ons and convenient pick up locations, now is the perfect time to sign up with Spoutwood Farm!
Spoutwood Farm Center CSA offers members a variety of share options and pickup locations for the 2019 season.
In a traditional share your farmers choose the contents of your weekly share based on what is freshly harvested each week. We offer a Large Share intended for 3-4 people as well as a Medium Share intended for 1-2 people.
Working shareholders have all the fun! If you have a flexible schedule and love to work outdoors, a working share may be for you. Contact directly Gina Porter for more information! Limited Working shares are available.
With the help of some of our local farm collaborators, our Free Choice Shares offer you the opportunity to choose the contents of your weekly shares. You simply place an online order each week from our menu of fresh produce, eggs, cheese, bread, coffee, flowers, dried and canned farm fresh goodies!
Exciting Share Add-ons for 2019:
In addition to your weekly vegetable share you can choose to add additional locally produced goods from our partners including:
Cage Free Brown Eggs from Nature’s Yolk
in Lancaster, PA
One dozen eggs from cage free chickens. Cage free chickens are chickens that are allowed to roam free, usually in large barns. Our cage free chicken eggs come from Nature’s Yoke in Lancaster county. The chickens are fed a 100% vegetarian diet with absolutely no animal by-products. The chickens are certified humane by a third-party auditor. You can find more information about these eggs, including great recipes, at: www.naturesyoke.com
Farm Fresh Cheese from Daily Crisis Farm
in White Hall, MD
Support your local dairy farmer while treating your taste buds with cheese from Daily Crisis Farm in White Hall, MD. 8oz blocks. The variety is chosen weekly by your farmer.
Artisan Bread from The Hippy Homestead
in Seven Valleys, PA
Discover the wonder of simplicity. This artisan bread has only 4 ingredients- wheat, salt, yeast, and water! Fresh baked daily at the Hippy Homestead, Seven Valleys PA.
Floral Bouquets from April Lutter of Floriculture
in Jefferson Borough, PA
Add beauty to your home with floral bouquets, by April Lutter of Floriculture, Jefferson Borough, PA. Choose from 5 or 10 weeks of flowers
Coffee from The New Freedom Roasting Company
in New Freedom, PA
Each share you will receive one pound of locally roasted coffee from The New Freedom Roasting Company. We will contact you before the season begins to select your favorite varieties. Choose from whole beans or pre-ground.
Wild Caught Salmon from Wild For Salmon
in Bloomsburg PA
Our Wild Caught Sockeye Salmon Fillets are the perfect entree to any feast. Each sockeye fillet is shipped boneless with the skin on, flash frozen and vacuumed packaged. Our sockeye fillets have a deep red color, firm texture and a rich flavor. Did you know that each salmon fish is about 6 pounds. We portion our fillets into 1.5lb, making it a great option to feed a family or dinner party.
What vegetables can you expect from your Spoutwood Farm CSA?
Beets, Bok Choi, Broccoli, Bunching Onions, Cabbage, Carrots, Fennel, Garlic Scapes, Nettles, Salad Greens, Herbs, Kohlrabi, Lettuce, Radishes, Peas, Spinach
Beans, Beets, Corn, Cucumbers, Eggplant, Garlic, Salad Greens, Herbs, Kale, Lettuce, Onions, Sweet and Hot Peppers, Potatoes, Summer Squash, Swiss Chard, Tomatoes, Watermelon
Beets, Bok Choi, Broccoli, Cabbage, Carrots, Cauliflower, Collard Greens, Herbs, Kale, Lettuce, Parsnips, Peppers, Radishes, Spinach, Sweet Potatoes, Turnips, Winter Squas
Fresh, not frozen
Support sustainable farming
Eat healthy, seasonally, and locally
Discover new fruits and vegetables
Invest in community and local economy
Reduce your food’s carbon footprint
Do you know a business or individual who would be willing to sponsor a CSA membership for a food insecure family?
Each season we supply approximately 100 families with local, naturally grown produce. All members receive weekly bags of vegetables for 24 weeks between May and November.Unfortunately many families in our community are unable to afford fresh fruits and vegetables.
Can you or someone you know help them?
By sponsoring those in need, you’ll be improving the health and nutrition of our community and fostering healthy eating habits in the next generation. Please forward this email to anyone you know that might be able to sponsor a medium or large share, or send us suggestions with contact information for someone you think might be able to help and we will reach out to them directly. Thank you for your consideration!
How Our CSA Works
Our season runs for 24 weeks, from May to November. Pick-ups are on Thursday afternoons from 3pm to 8 pm at one of the following locations:
- Spoutwood Farm Center, Glen Rock PA
- Hanover, PA
- Penn Market, York, PA
- Perry Dell Farm, York PA
- York College, York PA
- Northern Baltimore County, White Hall MD
- Charm City Farm, Baltimore MD
- Lake Roland, Baltimore MD
- Emmanuel Episcopal Church, Baltimore MD (SUNDAY)