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Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)

We are currently full for the 2024 season. Please consider joining next season and/or check us out at The Mill in Downtown Shenandoah on Thursdays 4:00-7:00 or at the Shenandoah Farmer's Market Saturdays 9:00-12:00.

If you're in Shenandoah, Iowa, joining our Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program is a fantastic way to support local farmers and enjoy fresh, seasonal produce throughout the growing season. By paying upfront for a share (just $200 for the 2024 season), you not only get access to delicious, healthy food, but you also help to sustain small-scale agriculture in your community. Joining our CSA is a win-win for both you (the consumer) and the us (the farmers) who grow your food.


High Quality

Our produce is the perfect choice for those who value high quality, tasty, fresh, and healthy food. Our locally sourced fruits and vegetables are carefully selected to ensure that you receive the best possible produce every time. 



Our produce is grown right here in Shenandoah, Iowa, ensuring that it hasn't traveled long distances and is as fresh as can be. We pick our produce when it is perfectly ripe, so you can enjoy its full flavor and nutritional benefits. 


Looking for a convenient way to get fresh produce for your busy family? Look no further! Our CSA program brings the perfect produce right to your door.

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What's the Catch?

CSA Members have an opportunity to reap the great benefits of a productive farm.  However, there is also risk involved.  Farmers share with CSA Members the produce they get, but each year the weather, insects, and disease pose a threat to certain crops in different ways.  CSA Members commit their money ahead of time, without any guarantee of which produce will be the most prolific that year.  


In addition to the typical risks and rewards described above, joining our CSA program comes with a couple exciting bonuses. You will receive our newsletter, delicious recipes, helpful tips, and direct communication with the farmers who grow your food. 

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