WE ARE NOW ACCEPTING SPRING/SUMMER CSA SIGN-UPS
FOR THE 2023 SEASON!!
2023 CSA Subscriber-Grower Agreement
Bag size: Half Share (2+ people), Full Share (4+ people)
Price: Half Share - $400, Full Share -$615
Dates: 19 weeks beginning in late April
- Each subscriber will receive a bag of produce weekly beginning late April and ending early September (19 weeks). The assortment of vegetables will include tomatoes (slicing, heirloom, paste and cherry), beans, sweet corn, new potatoes, cucumbers, peppers, crowder peas, broccoli, lettuce, oriental greens, pac choi, cabbage, swiss chard, summer and winter squash, cantaloupes, watermelons, eggplant, radishes, garlic, onions, kale, turnips, sweet potatoes, and cooking greens. Shares will also include strawberries and the most popular herbs including basil and parsley.
- Subscribers receive either a full or half share. A full share is on average a good amount for a household of 4 or more persons. A half share will serve an average a household of 1 or 2 persons.
- Produce is grown in accordance with good ecological management practice, by the use of compost and natural soil amendments for fertilization, cover crops, natural pest control and crop rotation. Dayspring farmers regard building a healthy soil as the foundation for responsible, sustainable agriculture.
- Subscribers agree to pay either $615 for a full share or $400 for a half share. Either full payment or a deposit is made at the time of registration for membership. If a deposit is made, full payment is requested by May 1, 2023. Payments can be made beyond May 1 by arrangement with the farmers.
- Deliveries are made at designated distribution locations in the Williamsburg, Yorktown, Newport News and Middle Peninsula areas. Subscribers who live near the farm or are outside the distribution area may pick up their produce at the farm.
- Subscribers are responsible for picking up their produce regularly. The subscriber will notify the farmers at least a week in advance if s/he is going to be away and will not be picking up produce. Subscribers are encouraged to find substitutes (friends, neighbors, family, etc.) to get that week’s share. If the farmers are not notified and the pick up is not made, the produce will be donated.
- Dayspring Farm maintains an open farm policy, and subscribers are welcome to visit the farm and see how their food is grown.
- Dayspring farmers are active in local and regional associations with other organic and sustainable growers including the Virginia Association for Biological Farming.
*Please note that if you pay online with credit card there is a 3% processing fee