Enjoy certified organic vegetables, responsibly-grown fruits, and cultivated mushrooms all winter long. Our produce share highlights the fall and winter harvests of our farm partners around the State. Each share includes a fruit element, four or more varieties of vegetables, and a bag of mushrooms.
Price includes TWO shares.
Below are two sample produce CSA shares:
- 1/2 dozen honey crisp apples, 2 lb German butter ball potatoes, 2 medium broccoli crowns, 1 bunch kale, 1 head of garlic, 2 cured onions, 1 lb crimini mushrooms
- 1 jar apple butter, 2 lb carrots, 2 sweet dumpling squash, 1 bunch chard, 1 head of garlic, 2 cured onions, 1/2 lb shiitake mushrooms
Your personalized box will be delivered bi-weekly to the location you choose at checkout. Shares are available for pick-up only. Delivery dates, pick-up locations and times are shown below.
- December 1, December 15
- December 3, December 17
- Kretschmann Family Organic Farm (farm set locations and times)
Times and Locations:
(Highland Park) The Union Project: Tuesday, noon - 7pm
(North Side) New Hazlett Theater: Tuesday, noon - 2pm
(South Side) Amazing Cafe: Tuesday, noon- 2pm
(Lawrenceville) Lucid Chiropractic: Tuesday, 4pm - 7pm
(Squirrel Hill) Dobra Tea: Tuesday, 4pm - 7pm
(Lawrenceville) City Grows: Thursday, 4pm - 7pm
Our produce shares highlight the fall and winter harvests of our farm partners around the state.
Tuscarora Organic Growers Cooperative (TOG)
Tuscarora Organic Growers Cooperative started with no outside funding, just an idea that farmers could work together to grow their produce sustainably and profitably. It began in 1988 with three farms deciding to work together. Now in the 26th season, TOG works with 44 member producers and an additional 15 non-member growers. Most of the growers’ farms are located throughout Bedford, Franklin, Fulton, Huntingdon, Juniata, Mifflin, and Perry counties. A true model of a cooperative, TOG offers us myriad produce from local, certified organic growers.
K. Schlegel Fruit Farm
About 4 hours outside of Pittsburgh, in Central PA, Betsy and Karl Schlegel own 75 acres of fruit: 25 acres of apples as well as peaches, sweet cherries, apricots, and pluots. K. Schlegel Fruit Farm is certified Integrated Pest Management (IPM), meaning they use various natural techniques to manage harmful pests in their orchards before resorting to chemical pesticide use.
Phillips Mushroom Farms
In Kennett Square, PA, Phillips Mushroom Farms is producing 200 million pounds of mushrooms annually. William W. Phillips began mushroom farming in 1920, and his early temperature control experiments were a significant breakthrough for the mushroom industry, allowing mushrooms to be grown year round. Still family owned, Phillips Mushroom Farms distributes common, exotic, and dried mushrooms to all 50 States.