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Community Supported Agriculture

Fresh local food from a farm down the road!

Vegetables in Paper Bags
Vegetables in Paper Bags

What is a CSA

Community Supported Agriculture, CSA, is a way of supporting your local farmer and then benefitting by receiving fresh, local, naturally grown produce weekly throughout the growing season. Purchasing a share at the beginning of the season provides the farmer with an idea of how much he will need to plant as well as the dollars needed to purchase supplies.

Raw Vegetables

This year we are offering two 16 week CSA memberships beginning June 15th or earlier if weather allows! Pick up weekly at the farm or come to the Idaho Falls Farmers market.


If you think that will be too much veg for your family feel free to find someone to share it with.

We will also allow you to receive less items each week and extend your season past the 16 weeks. Keep in mind only microgreens can be guaranteed past the 16 weeks, although our goal is to have winter greens, a few root crops, and some winter squashes through December!

Here is an example of what you could receive for 1 week.

2 lbs. carrots, 1 bunch beets with tops, 1 bunch radish, 8 oz lettuce, 8 oz spinach, 1 bunch scallions, basil, basket of cherry tomatoes, 3 cucumbers, and 1 dozen eggs.

See which plan fits best for your family below.

Full Share

Regular price $560

Early bird pricing of $500 ends March 1st!

Each week you will receive

$35 (up to 14 items)

of vegetables of your choice with the option to include 1 dozen eggs in the total.

Full Share Plus

Regular price $710

Early bird pricing of $650 ends March 1st!

On top of the vegetables and eggs in the Full Share plan, the plus membership also includes 30 lbs. of our pastured chickens

4-6 whole chickens depending on weight

Why Growing Acres

Unlike most other CSA programs we are allowing you to customize and choose the food your family will be most likely to use.

We grow everything we sell on the farm with organic principles.

 CSA members will receive discounts on eggs and whole chickens plus get first choice on limited items.

Vegetables

What will be available?

There are many variables in farming and sometimes nature decides what crops succeed or fail. When we get a bumper crop our members get extra benefits! We love experimenting with new crops and we always plant extra so there will always be something for you. Here are some examples of what we generally have success with.

Spring, Fall, and Winter

  • Microgreens

  • Cool season greens - Lettuce, Spinach,
    Kale, Swiss Chard, Arugula 

  • Carrots

  • Beets

  • Radish

  • Chives

  • Scallions

  • Winter Squashes

  • Peas

  • And more to come!

Summer

  • Microgreens

  • Lettuce (depending on heat)

  • Tomatoes slicing and cherry

  • Variety of Green Beans

  • Cucumbers

  • Carrots

  • Beets

  • Radish

  • Herbs

  • Scallions

  • Garlic + Garlic Scapes

  • Summer Squashes

  • And more to come!

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