Whole-diet CSAs: 3 farms that offer programs


Meets, cheese and eggs as well as vegetables and herbs are available as part of the whole-diet CSA from Groundworks Farm, on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. (Katherine Frey/The Washington Post)
September 10, 2013

These area farms offer whole-diet CSAs, or community-supported agriculture programs that provide the makings of an omnivorous diet that includes grains, milk, meat and produce:

Moutoux Orchards: Purcellville. On-farm pickups Tuesdays and Fridays. No memberships available now, but e-mail to inquire about a waiting list. $3,000 per person per year, paid in installments every other month. Kids 6-11, $1,500 per share; 5 and younger, free with family membership. www.moutouxorchard.com, moutouxorchard@yahoo.com.

Groundworks Farm: Pittsville, Md. On-farm pickups and deliveries to Annapolis, Alexandria, Arlington. Now accepting applications for winter shares. (Milk and grains aren’t part of the CSA until next year.) $1,601 per six-month share, December-May. 5 percent discount for subscribers who enroll by Oct. 1. groundworksfarm.com, info@groundworksfarm.com, 443-220-2338.

Yeehaw Farm: Duncannon, Pa. On-farm pickups Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. Rolling enrollment available. $3,000 per yearly share per person, $2,500 for additional adult family members; kids, $100 for every year of age. yeehawfarm.webs.com, 717-834-9667.

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