Community Supported Agriculture
Joining our CSA is one of the most meaningful ways in which you can support local farmers from a variety of backgrounds. The profits from CSA memberships are used to purchase produce directly from Farmers. Additionally, a percentage from each share helps fund shared resources that support the growth of local farm businesses – access to land and infrastructure, training, marketing support and distribution channels.
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Questions? [email protected] or 651-433-3676
18 weeks of fresh, seasonal and certified organic vegetables. BRF farmers grow a variety of produce including common lovable veggies such as sweet corn, carrots, broccoli, tomatoes, salad mix, cucumbers, garlic and onions, as well as a mix of traditional crops from a wide array of cultures and farming populations here in Minnesota.
9-10 weeks of certified organic fruit offered by a local WI farm or Stillwater-based distributor. This fruit share can be purchased as an add-on to your vegetable share, or as stand-alone share option. Fruits include currants, gooseberries, raspberries, plums, pears, blueberries, and apples.
Full Acre Share
Half Acre Share
Mary Dirty Face Farm
Customize your share. At various times throughout the season, you will have the option to exchange items you “kinda, don’t really like” for more of something you “really like!”
Our produce is Certified Organic. We follow the national standards set by the USDA for organic production, and are monitored by a third-party certifier. This guarantees to our customers that we’re using best practices for the health of the environment, our farmers and the people who eat our produce.
A variety of payment options & subsidized shares. Pay for your share all at once or per delivery. We accept checks, credit and SNAP-EBT.
We deliver to 15 sites. Choose to pick up your weekly share from sites in Minneapolis, St. Paul, Marine on St. Croix, Stillwater, Blaine, or Mahtomedi.
Online Farm Store gives you the choice to purchase shares week-by-week. A great option for people that want to explore a CSA without the full season membership.
Being a member of a CSA connects you with the highs and lows of farm life. Depending on the season, some vegetables will be in abundance, while other veggies may have lower yields. Your CSA share will reflect what eating with the seasons truly means. You can take a look at Minnesota Grown’s “What’s in Season” Chart.