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Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Dover CSA Opportunity

 
I'm excited to present a Dover Summer 2010 CSA opportunity from Heron Pond Farm!  This is the blog entry from Heron Pond Farm.
Heron Pond Farm is proud to offer a community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program to the people of Dover. For the last two years we have been able to have a location in Portsmouth for CSA members to pick up there food and meet the farmers. Now after the loss of three CSA's that were serving the Dover area, we will be offering the same great service that the folks of Portsmouth have been enjoying to your community. Because over the last five years the members of our CSA have been shaping the food in the share (quantity and variety), and how it is distributed, I think you will enjoy all the aspects of being a member of Heron Pond Farm, and being able to pick up your food in a Dover location.

Our CSA does not work like a lot of others. Your food is not boxed for you, you choose the food from the offerings. We find that folks like to pick “the” tomato they want so why not let them. Food is grouped into category and you pick the prescribed number of things from that group. We find that this gives flexibility for your menu each week. We are also a full disclosure CSA. So if you want to know what past shares got each week, its on the web site. We do a financial disclosure as well, aiming to get you a 20% return on your investment. Last year folks made 14.7%, the year before 44.9% so the weather does make a difference.

Fruit is included in the share. We have strawberries, blueberries, peaches, plums, apples, and melons throughout the year, each in it's real season. We are planting some raspberries this year so they should be a few years out.

I'm sure there are a lot more questions that you have and I would love to answer them. Call me any time at 603-591-8720 and I'll do my best to answer them. If you would like to become a member we offer you an on line option to sign up. Otherwise you can make a copy of our registration form and mail it in.

Looking forward to having you as a member.

Andre Cantelmo, Heron Pond Farm

You can also find Heron Pond Farm at the Seacoast Eat Local Winter Farmers' Markets in Exeter and Rollinsford or follow them on Twitter @heronpondfarmer.

1 comments:

Melissa January 30, 2010 at 5:10 PM  

Thanks, Ginny! This looks like a wonderful opportunity for us, and I appreciate all of the helpful info on your blog! Let's get together soon.

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