Your Source for Great Taste and Nutrition!

Hay Creek CSA grows primarily in high tunnel structures on plastic-mulched raised beds of high organic soil for cleanliness, reduced plant stress, season extension , nutrient density ,and…..utmost flavor! Experienced producer of the best tasting lettuces, tomatoes and peppers at local farmers markets for going-on 10 years.

DSCF2942 - CopyIn addition to popular favorites of broccoli, corn, cucumbers, green beans, carrots, eggplant, lettuce, tomatoes and zucchini, I’m growing produce that may be new to some… mache, chard and kale to name a few. Don’t shy away as recipes and information will be provided for  the unusual veggies and herbs. Interested? Read on…

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) has been evolving over several years, and today there are as many variations to a CSA as there are growers. A member of Hay Creek CSA will have an agreement with the farm that for a fee of $400 for the 16-week season, members will receive a “share” (a weeks supply of fresh veggies and herbs for a family of 4), which will be delivered to a prearranged location each week. Members’ locations will guide the selection of drop off sites. Another option is prearranged farm pick up, but you risk being put to work…

I’ve been involved in the food industry for 40 plus years with many of those in industrial food process engineering and as a counterpoint to that experience have a strong interest in real food , diet, and nutrition- so will be sharing information on those subjects. Please view the links, and thank you for your interest in Hay Creek CSA! Mark Fickes

 

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