2015 Year in Review
Job openings: 3 new farm staff, April - November

Time to Renew Your CSA Share

 

Are you ready to renew your share?

I’ve just poured through seed catalogs to find some especially delicious varieties to try this year.  How about a watermelon with yellow skin and sweet, orange flesh called “Golden Midget”?  A stout, sweet variety of carrots called “Nectar”?  A new dinosaur kale called “Black Magic”?  And of course we’ll be growing a lot of our old favorites. 

Who knows what 2016 will bring, but I can promise that some of it will be magnificent, and we want you to enjoy it! 

Here’s the registration page for this year.  It’s the same as last year--it isn’t elegant, but fortunately, that’s not what you’re paying us for.  If you have any trouble paying on-line, please feel free to call, and we’ll help (301-627-4662). 

The prices are the same, and the pick-up sites and times are the same.  The deadline is February 23rd.

A few notes about the registration:

  • We prefer that you pay the entire fee in one installment. If you wish to pay in two installments, complete the registration using the option to pay by CHECK. Then send us one check for half the amount, dated today's date, and a second check for half the amount, dated August 1, 2016. We will remind you by e-mail in July that we will be cashing your second check.
  • To find out if you qualify for a reduced-price share, visit our website, under the heading "Reduced Price Shares." If you qualify, send us an e-mail indicating how you qualify (e.g., WIC, EBT, disability, or income level), and we'll send you special instructions for signing up.  
  • If you will be splitting your share with another household, choose "Yes" when asked. (We'll e-mail you later to get their names and contact information). You should split your share with someone picking up at the same location and day.
  • If you are paying by check, the price will say $0.00. Ignore that. It means your credit card is not being charged. We WILL expect you to send us a check promptly.

Thanks, and we look forward to hearing from you!

Your farmer,

Carrie

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