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  • How do I order?
    You can order on the website from our two options we have. Or you can create your own box.... only thing we ask is for a $30 minimum order when designing your own box.
  • Where do you deliver to?
    We deliver from Merced to Modesto. Anywhere along HWY 99.
  • Do I need to submit my order by a certain time and day?
    Yes. We will stop taking orders every Wednesday by 5:00 PM to ensure that we have enough time to process every order on Thursdays in order to delivcer in a timely manner on Friday.
  • How many people can benefit from a share?
    Our shares easily feed a family of four. If you have a smaller family we sugest signing up for a bi-weekly delivery. Please specify on your order if you are signing up for a weekly or bi-weekly delivery.
  • Can I pick up a Shares of Harvest box at the farmers market?
    Yes you can. Order as usual and let us know that you will be picking up at the market.
  • Can we pick up at the farm?
    Not at this moment. We are working on creating a space for pick up of our farm shares and hope to open to the public for pick up in the near future.
  • What exactly is a CSA? And why should I join?
    Community Supported Agriculture is a relationship between our farm and you as our customer. By becoming a member you are not just purchasing food, you are directly investing in the success of our farm, and joining our community. In return you receive a portion of our harvest and bring some of the freshest local produce right from our farm to your table every week or bi-weekly! These following outlines are our shared commitments to this relationship. By receiving payment in advance of the growing season allows us to reduce up-front costs of production to include, seeds, equipment, water, etc, we appreciate your support. Why should you join? By joining our CSA program and becoming a part of our farm community, you share the risks and rewards of agriculture. We promise to provide you with a bountiful share of produce each week or every other week. However, the exact variery or quantity of vegetables may sometimes vary from week to week due to unpredictable conditions such as weather, insects or any other production factor. All this means that the variety of produce that we plan to grow is not always what we're able to deliver. By sharing the risk, you also share the reward when there is an abundance of what does well!
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