What is a “CSA”?

CSA – Community Supported Agriculture – is a member model whereby local farmers and local eaters make a dedicated commitment to one another through a shared-risk model and active engagement. Members support the whole farm through subscribing to seasonal shares. Some or all of this payment is upfront much like a farm’s costs of production. Membership provides better planning for the farms, maximizing potential and minimizing risk and waste. The farmers work hard to provide the best, freshest, seasonal variety of produce each week and commit to building a deeper relationship with their members. Together, we weekly have the opportunity to elevate healthy food, resilient communities, and successful, viable farm systems.

WHAT ARE WE GROWING?
Pinewood Springs Farm grows a wide range of delicious produce each week for our members. At times, we do work with and source produce from other local farmer friends as a way to expand our share offering and collaborate with other farmers.

SPRING SESSION (MARCH-MAY):
Asparagus, arugula, asian greens, braising greens, broccoli, beets, Brussels sprouts, chard, fennel, green garlic, herbs, collards, mustard greens, kale, kohlrabi, lettuces, pac choi, peas, strawberries, sunchokes, sweet basil, salad greens mix, squash blossoms, spinach, scallions, watermelon radishes, daikon radishes, French Breakfast radishes and turnips.

SUMMER – FALL SESSION (JUNE-NOVEMBER):
Beans, cherry tomatoes, watermelon, cantaloupe, cabbage, chard, cucumbers, eggplant, collards, mustard greens, turnip greens, butternut squash, kohlrabi, fennel, herbs, kale, lettuces, okra, French Breakfast radishes, daikon radishes, hibiscus, salad greens mix, spinach, banana peppers, capperino peppers, jalapeño peppers, Jimmy Nardello peppers, shishito peppers, tomatillos, poblano peppers, sweet basil, bell peppers, zucchini, sweet potatoes, turnips and of course, tomatoes.

HOW DOES THE CSA WORK?
We have two types of “shares” available for purchase. You choose which share you want, and at which of our farmers market locations you want to pick up. Spring share deliveries begin March 2nd through May 11th!

Our CSA seeks to facilitate a close relationship with our members, while providing a weekly share of the freshest and best food from our seasonal harvests. Choose the CSA Membership that best fits you!

Benefits of signing up include guaranteed product availability, discounted pricing and first access to special products!

FULL SHARE ($576 – 12 weeks) The cost of the 2024 Spring CSA Session for a FULL SHARE is $576 and members receive an average of 7-10 produce items weekly beginning March 2 – May 11.HALF SHARE ($294 – 6 weeks) The cost of the Spring CSA Session for a HALF SHARE is $294 and members receive receive an average of 7-10 produce items every two weeks beginning March 2 – May 11.

WHERE CAN I PICK UP MY CSA SHARE?

Pick up at one of our Saturday markets in Marietta or Atlanta during market hours.

The Marietta Square Farmers Market
65 Church St, Marietta

The Peachtree Road Farmers Market at The Cathedral of St. Philip
2744 Peachtree Rd NW @cathedralatl

If you are going to be away or miss a week, let us know and please make arrangements to have your share picked up or we will donate your share to Intown Collaborative Ministries via Peachtree Road Farmers Market. That way, your investment doesn’t get wasted. You can use it to benefit others!

Clicking the link below will take you to our online store! If you have any questions, send us an email!

SIGN UP NOW!

HOURS:
Saturdays – 9am to Noon
Year Round

HOURS:
Saturdays – 8:30am to noon
until December 18th