Voluntary CSA @ Goodness Grows of Stillwater "Growing in the Light Direction Since 2012"
2021 is the 10th Anniversary of Voluntary CSA!
Sign ups for this year's CSA membership have closed!
Missed out? Join the email list (Click here) for notification of upcoming veggie & herb plant sale, farm stand hours when extra produce is available, and for a heads up when 2022 Share sign ups launch.
I look forward to sharing the harvest with you!
Thank you for supporting your local, Health Conscious Farmer.
-James, Voluntary CSA @ Goodness Grows of Stillwater
ONLINE STORE CURRENTLY CLOSED! STILLWATER GROWN Vegetables & Garden Plants! (Pick Up From Farm) CLICK HERE TO SHOP!
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What is a "CSA" & Why should I join Voluntary CSA @ Goodness Grows?
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is the direct relationship between a local farmer & you. With your pre-purchased share membership, you reserve a "Share" of the farm's future harvest for the upcoming growing season. Voluntary CSA share members are rewarded with a weekly (or bi-weekly) pick up of Ultra-Fresh, organically* grown produce throughout the selected period.
This mutually beneficial relationship provides the farmer with funds to pay for upfront costs & secures part of a living wage, while members enjoy the bountiful harvests, the piece of mind & benefits of eating fresh & consciously raised produce, and the satisfaction of connecting with & supporting a local farmer who puts your health first.
Pick up from the farm in Stillwater or choose home delivery service to select areas.
This is not a co-op, buying club, or fake CSA. I take great pride in personally growing a diversity of crops right here on the Goodness Grows Farm in Stillwater.
*Your Farmer's Pledge: All crops are "organically" grown meaning No GMO's & No Synthetic Fertilizers are used on this farm. I use only the following NOP Approved for Organic Use pesticides: 100% Neem Oil (naturally occurring from the neem tree) & Pyganic (derived from chrysanthemums.) I seek out certified organic seeds primarily, but not exclusively, as some varieties are not available as organic.This farm is not affiliated with the USDA Certified Organic Program.