COMMUNITY SUPPORTED AGRICULTURE
HOW TO SIGN UP
To sign up for Ivy Creek’s 2019 CSA, please fill out this form or email us at wncfarm@gmail.com .


WHAT IS A CSA HARVEST SHARE?
Community Supported Agriculture, or CSA, is an arrangement that provides a direct connection between community members and local farmers. CSA members become a part of Ivy Creek Family Farm by purchasing a share of the season’s harvest in advance. We provide CSA farm members with a weekly box of fresh vegetables, herbs, fruits, and flowers throughout the harvest season.

HOW LONG IS THE HARVEST SEASON?
With our traditional CSA boxes, we provide members with fresh vegetables, herbs, and flowers from early May to late August, totaling 16 weeks of produce for farm share members. 

HOW MUCH FOOD?
Our CSA farm share boxes contain 6-10 different vegetables each week, depending on the season.  We include  5-8 pounds of produce in the box, or approximately one large paper grocery bag full of vegetables.  One whole CSA farm share is suitable for two vegetable enthusiasts or a family of two adults and two children. If you are concerned a share is too much for you, we encourage you to split a share with a neighbor.

WHEN & WHERE DO I PICK UP MY SHARE?
Once a week, you will pick up your vegetables which will vary depending on the harvest. Farm share members choose one of the pick up locations below:
Wednesday, Weaverville Market at Lake Louise Hours: 2:30-6:30pm
Saturday, North Asheville Market: UNCA Campus Hours: 8:00am-121:00pm
Thursday, Farm Pick Up in Barnardsville Hours: 4:00pm-6:00pm
 
Get your friends signed up and we’ll deliver! We offer free delivery of 8 or more shares to a single location such as a business or a single home in a neighborhood. Contact us if you are interested in arranging a group delivery.
 
Email us anytime with questions: wncfarm@gmail.com
 
 
 
“We are so happy to be a part of your wonderful CSA & look forward to having a share every season you offer it! Count us in for the extended season & thereafter….”
 – Ilene Procida