MCFC CSA 2019: Delivery 12 -Last Delivery

Reminder that this Friday is Delivery 12, the last delivery of the 2019 MCFC CSA delivery. See you Friday 12 pm – 6 pm at 108 Orange Road, Montclair NJ.

We need help to clean and store the bins!
Bring your own bags: please bring your own bags to swap out your produce so we can wipe them down and store over winter. 

Please return your clean bins and bags
: Wipe down your bin before returning. If your bin is cracked, please do us a favor and dispose it at home. If your bag is ripped, please throw it out.  The bins need to be clean so they can be stored for the season. We will have towels on site to help. Also sign up for a slot to volunteer to help us clean up the site and garage for winter.
Thank you!

Farm partners:  Bring your wallet!!
Wrong Direction Farms
 will be on site for orders and with your pre-ordered goods.

This November delivery is going to be the last NJ delivery for Wrong Direction Farms so STOCK UP on your favorite items! After November, they will no longer be making deliveries to New Jersey. WDF will no longer be offering eggs or yogurt but they will continue to sell frozen meats through overnight mail order. Make sure to stop by to say goodbye and thank you to Dave & Rachel.

Honey: Bee My Honey Apiary will be dropping off pre-orders. 

Sign in: At the pick up, find you name & check-off next to each share on the sign-in sheet. Only take your pre-ordered shares. Return your bin and bag! These vital steps help ensure everyone goes home happy at every delivery.

Produce: The selection and amount of produce in a weekly share varies  the different types of vegetables growing throughout the season, by the farmer’s crop plan, by the weather and by daily availability. One aspect of a CSA is sharing in the risk of farmer; there is no guarantee of how large or varied the shares will be each week. Enjoy the diversity, the assortment and the varieties this delivery.
Thank you to our amazing farmers! Thank you to the pollinators!

Carry in, Carry out: Our pick up is on a historic property. Just like in state parks visitors must carry out everything they have brought in- Except for compost! You are welcome to leave your organic produce scraps in the compost bin in the micro-farm area.

Thank you to all our volunteers this season who have helped us run this CSA! We are grateful for your help to deliver this wonderful produce to our local community!