Naturally grown (pesticide free) produce, fruits, meats, poultry, eggs, honey ...........COMMUNITY SUPPORTED AGRICULTURE (CSA)in Louisville.... What is CSA? A concept where you pay an annual fee for a weekly share of produce, approximately 1/4 bushel for half share. (whatever is in season.) Both grower and buyer assume all rewards and risks of the growing season. Delivery is made to a central location once a week and you pick up at this location during predesignated hours. We are going into our 11th year of successful CSA operations (the oldest one in Louisville, KY). We plan to add shares for the upcoming season. We average 20 weeks of delivery per year. Delivery generally starts mid-May and goes through mid-October, with a 10 week spring and a 10 week fall share. If you want more information about our CSA please email or call us with your address and phone number and information will be emailed to you. Eggs will be available at an additional charge each distribution day. We will also offer fresh meats (i.e. beef, pork, free-range chicken and turkey)also at an additional charge. Please let us know if you are interested in joining.
Growers of heirloom tomatoes, potatoes, several varieties of fresh greens, many assorted vegetables and fruits.
OUR CSA PROGRAM IS GOING INTO ITS 11TH YEAR IN THE LOUISVILLE AREA, THE LONGEST RUNNING CSA IN OUR AREA STILL OPERATING.
Everything we raise is raised by sustainable standards. We chose not to do renew our Certified Organic status because we don't want to have to do all that paperwork. We are farmers and want to spend the time growing quality NATURALLY GROWN PRODUCE for you. A word doesn't make the veggies!!!
Directions are listed on our company website. We ask that you please call and let us know you are coming.
NOW TAKING NEW CSA MEMBERS FOR 2010 SEASON!!!
Find our products
Phoenix Hill Farmers Market, 829 E. Market Street, Louisville, KY Tuesdays, 3:00 - 6:30 pm from April 20 to Thanksgiving. Check out our company website for dates.
St Andrew United Church of Christ, 2608 Browns Lane, Lville. Thursdays 3 to 6 pm starting May 20, 2010.