Join MCFC CSA 2022

Join us this season for shares of local organic produce, local pastured eggs, local honey, locally foraged mushrooms, locally produced fermented drinks and organic locally grown, milled and baked breads.

Joining a CSA is easy! Here are the steps:

1. Consider the amount of produce that is right for your household:
Our Full share offers a vegetable box and a fruit share.
You can add on an additional vegetable share or an additional fruit share.
Or you have the option to purchase a vegetable share or only a fruit share.
Use the sign up at TicketLeap to select your produce options.

2. Sign and agree to our members contract:
It is essential members understand and agree to the risks and benefits of a CSA, and agree to respect the location, members and volunteers.

3.. Choose your Add-ons
Our farms partners offer eggs, bread, mushrooms, honey, and other items.
Each farm has their own sign up form and payment. Click on the click below each farmer.

4. Subscribe to our newsletter, where you’ll receive reminders, learn about the produce, events, recipes, cooking and storage tips!

MCFC CSA 2022 offers:

Produce from Hepworth Farms, Milton NY

  • Organic CSA Vegetable shares
  • IPM fruit shares

Purchase CSA shares now via Ticketleap

Eggs from Apple Ridge Farms, Saylorsburg, PA

  • Eggs share 
  • Extra eggs

Mushrooms from The Foraged Feast, Maplewood NJ

  • Mushroom shares
  • Local foraged extras

Honey from Bee My Honey Apiary, Stillwater NJ

  • Local Raw Honey
  • Bee products: beeswax, pollen, propolis

Download Bee My Honey pricelist to order

Breads From Apple Ridge Farms, Saylorsburg, PA
Hearth baked breads made with locally grown organic grain

  • Bread shares: French, Seeded or Bakers Choice
  • Cookie shares

Join after May 1 on Barndoor

Fermented Drinks from Untamed Ferments, Saylorsburg, PA
Locally produced fermented drinks. Each Share purchased will receive 2 growlers to rotate at each delivery.

  • Kombucha
  • Switchel
  • Brewers Choice

Read about their methods and flavors at Untamed Ferments.

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