Your MASA CSA supports organic seed research and development of a Regional Seed Bank serving local farmers and gardeners of Boulder County and the Front Range, as well as the growth and security of our local food movement.
Throughout the growing season our MASA CSA ‘‘pick of the week’’ will be posted in your email inbox.
Small share - $20 per week
Standard Share - $30 per week
Large Share $37.50 per week
Pickup Time: Every Wednesday afternoon from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM the farm stand will open with our entire weekly produce offering.
$100 Help a family in need. Purchase a CSA for a low income family through our Help us Help Others program. Food will be delivered to Community Food Share and your donation is tax deductible.
Choose a Farmer's Box of produce, a Customer's Choice credit for our farm store, and/or a Flower Subscription.
What kind of produce can i expect?
It’s our intention to provide a diverse offering of high quality fresh produce and dried products throughout the growing season-going into winter as well.
June markets and veggie boxes are filled with fresh salad and braising greens such as arugula, lettuce, spinach, peas, scallions, herbs and young root vegetables until we roll into July and August when the summer fruits such as snap beans, cucumbers, melons, tomatoes, peppers, summer squash, herbs, roots and select greens continue. This is cut flowers time as well!
As we move into September the cornucopia unfolds into the season’s broadest and most diverse selection. Along with all the items mentioned above you can expect broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower and fresh potatoes! This late summer bounty continues through October when the official main season ends on Halloween.
WINTER KEEPER SHARE
November is when cold hardy greens and ‘‘Winter Keepers’’ such as carrots, beets, burdock, radish, onions, leeks, rutabaga, turnips, and hard squash are the main fare. We’ll close with a selection of grain amaranth, dry corn, heritage wheats, and other dried products such as chiles and herbs.