16 weeks of produce, from our farm to your table.
Join us for the 2020 season and enjoy a weekly bounty of the freshest veg in town. You’ll receive boxes packed with nutritious greens, sweet cherry tomatoes, specialty root vegetables, roasting peppers, tender baby greens, and unique culinary herbs that you can’t find anywhere else.
Together we are building a healthy food partnership, working to ensure access to fresh produce for all our neighbors, and re-imagining what can be accomplished on small lots around the city.
Weekly Seasonal Veggies July-October.
- Convenient pick-up locations
- Option to add eggs
What’s in a box?
You can expect 8-10 different vegetables and herbs in your box each week. The quantities and varieties will vary over the course of the season. Here are some vegetables you can expect to find in your boxes over the season:
- Head Lettuce
- Asain Greens
- Sweet Peppers
- Salad Mix
- Cherry Tomatoes
- Hot Peppers
How it works.
- Open the sign up form
- Select your egg add-on
- Choose your pickup location
- Pay in full or set up payments for the season
Each week, you’ll receive a weekly newsletter, lots of seasonal recipes, and pro storage tips.
All pick-ups and deliveries will be Wednesday afternoons 4-7pm.
- Gates & Bruck, Marion Village
- Near Franklin Park
- Victorian Village
- Redding and Farleigh, Upper Arlington
How to purchase your season’s Box.
You can purchase your CSA share through cash, check, Venmo, or Square.
We understand that purchasing a share is a big decision and investment. We are happy to talk with you and answer any questions you may have. We are also happy to work with you to find a payment option that works best for your budget.
Why Subscribe to the Vegetable Box?
The Vegetable Box is a step towards an alternative economy based on mutual trust and support. By joining us, you are showing your support for small farms, human-scale agriculture, and food grown without chemicals in your community. Together we can grow and provide nutritious food, support the health of our community, and care for the land in a way that is productive, restorative, and welcoming to life of all kinds
A financial commitment early in the season ensures we have the working capital to start the year– to buy seeds, soil amendments, replace broken tools, and start new projects. In return, we are committed to providing a portion of the harvest each week to all of our subscribers.