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Understanding Our CSA Prices

CSA Supports Family Farm
Willow Haven farm is a small, diversified farm and what we grow and sell supports our family.  While organically grown vegetables are our primary income, the CSA is the backbone of our farm business and without it and our faithful members, we would never have been able to start farming.  Reuben, the farmer, works to make Willow Haven Farm successful 12 months of the year and we are entering our 8th CSA season.  Tessa, his wife, helps on the computer, in the market and many other details.  The children work in the fields, in the market, pack csa boxes and love meeting our members and customers.  Tessa's parents live on the farm and help in giving advice, spinning wool and solving odd problems that pop up. We look forward every January to opening up our CSA Sign Up Website, greeting returning members, and meeting new ones.

Unique Features & Competitive Price
Our CSA is priced competitively with others in the area.  We are not the cheapest, nor are we the most expensive.  We hope you will find that we are unique in our offerings, including custom choice veggie box, home delivery and special add-on shares such as our organic, whole grain, sourdough bread and local cheese. You can read more about these options on the sign up page.

Our Vegetable shares range in price from $29 - $35 per week. 

Find our more about how to customize your CSA share each week by reading here.

Farm Pick Up is Economical & Fun
Many of our members come to the farm on Saturdays to pick up their vegetables.  We encourage this option because it offers the best experience and selection.  They enjoy picking out their favorite vegetables, seeing the farm, watching things grow, visiting the animals, meeting other members, and talking to farm staff. Saturday Farm Pick Up is substantially less than other options because you are saving us the labor of customizing your box for you. 

Home Delivery is a Premium Service
Some members choose to have their box of vegetables delivered to their home because of the busyness of life or difficulty leaving home.  We are pleased to offer this option on Wednesday afternoons. 

Drop Off Site Delivery is Convenient Option
Keystone Homebrew Store in Bethlehem hosts a Drop Off Site for our members who find that location most convenient. Because we drop off multiple boxes at one place, it is less than home delivery.

Don't Miss Available Discounts
Best of all, those who sign up and pay in full in the FIRST 30 DAYS that our sign ups are open will pay less. 

2017 Prices
 
After Discount Period - Ends Feb 28   
Farm Saturday pick          $29.00 per week
Farm Wed pick up             $31.10
Keystone pick up              $33.20
Home Delivery                  $35.40

Reward Yourself with what You Value
Remember when you look at our prices, that the Shares we offer you are not comparable to most things you buy.  We work in the dirt on our hands and knees for 8 months of the year to bring you truly fresh, organically and locally produced, vegetables. Of course you can buy certified, organic produce from California, China and Mexico and it might be less. But we are a farm in your area that you can visit, get to know, work with, talk to and support directly. We hope you feel good about that because we do. That's more than you can say about your cell phone or cable company.

Now that you are ready to sign up, click here.

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