What’s a CSA?
CSA stands for “Community Supported Agriculture”. Traditionally this meant that customers would pay the farmer in the beginning of the season to help them pay for up front costs like seeds or tools; and in return the customers would get in season produce throughout the growing season.
Everyone shared in the risk and rewards that comes with farming together, the customers realizing that sometimes weather or disease might cause one crop to fail while another flourishes; and the farmer making sure to get high quality produce to their customers.
How Does Our CSA Work?
You pay us at the beginning of the season, and you then get $20 dollar boxes of in season produce through June-September.
What’s in the boxes changes every time, depending on what’s fresh and ready to harvest.
In July your box could look like this:
While in August it could look like this :
You pick up your boxes either at the farm, or at the Gouverneur Farmers Market.
We have two options available for you to choose from!
Weekly CSA Share: $320 gets you a $20 box once a week starting in June to the end of September.
Bi-Weekly CSA Share: $160 gets you a $20 box once every two weeks, starting in June to the end of September.
If you have any questions please email us at email@example.com or call Morgan Leeson at 315-528-3225.
If you would like to sign up, please fill the form below!
You can send payment through check, to O and E Farm, 165 Smith RD, Gouverneur, NY, 13642. Make checks payable to O and E Farm.