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Plan Overview

  

A CSA Farm: the Local Fresh Produce Plan  

 

Freedom Valley Farm is a grower of fine, naturally cultivated vegetables, fruits, and other produce. Located in Freedom, Indiana amongst the valleys of southern Owen County; the farm is known for the quality and freshness of its seasonal produce.  

What is a “CSA”? Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a relationship between our farm and you as our customer. Rather than simply purchasing food, our customers become “members” who receive a portion of the farm’s harvest. Our CSA is called the Local Fresh Produce Plan (the plan), and it’s your opportunity to support, participate in, and learn about, the exciting sustainable agriculture movement.

Farmers are custodians of the land’s soil; one of the few truly necessary resources on this planet. Smaller, solitary farms like ours lessen the health risks associated with large concentrated operations; where vast quantities of goods can be contaminated by a single event. Local communities benefit as the farm provides employment opportunities and free enterprise economic activity that helps sustain desired standards of living.    

Locally Grown…. All produce is planted, raised and harvested on our farm.  

Conveniently Healthy .… a time saving way for you to introduce, just-picked, seasonal produce into your daily meals. The plan provides fresh, delicious, wholesome food for you and your family to enjoy.  

Naturally Cultivated …. Freedom Valley Farm uses natural and organic farming practices; so you have access to non-toxic healthy food that is grown using chemical free methods.  

Large Variety of Seasonal Produce …. More than 40 crop varieties in seasons throughout the year.  

Weekly Fresh Produce …. Typically 20 or more weeks in the summer, and 12 or more in the winter.  

Size Options….for weekly pickup. ·                    

  • The Full Plan is intended for 2 adults and 2 children. ·                    
  • The Half Plan is intended for 1 - 2 people. ·                    
  • Micro-Green Option can be added to either plan above.
  • Shitake mushrooms Option can be added to either plan above.   

Flexible Convenient Payment Methods:                    

  • Pay by credit or debit card, either online or over the telephone.
  • Pay by check, send by mail or in person.
  • Online via PayPal Credit™, customized, interest-free installment payments over 1 – 6 months. For more information see: www.paypalcredit.com.
  • Pay by credit/debit card or check at our farmers market stand.

Pick Up Locations .… Plan shares are delivered to specific locations on a weekly basis at designated dates and times. Several locations in Bloomington are usually available at convenient times.  

Additional Orders …. During the Plan season additional products are available on a weekly order basis. Telephone orders will be accepted up to two days before your weekly delivery date. Orders will be included with the weekly Plan delivery, and payment can be made in advance or on delivery. Members can check our website to see if additional orders can be made at our online store.

 

Click here to view Summer Season Details: dates, prices & locations

 

From of the Fields of Freedom Valley Farm 7.26.17July 26th, 2017

Hi Folks,It seems to be that time of year where we are just going through the motions at the farm. Although we are starting to think about some fall and winter crops (carrots) and where to plant them

From the Fields of Freedom Valley Farm 7.19.17July 19th, 2017

Hi All,The heat is on. With temperatures in the 90’s the past few days and forecasted for the next several days we definitely know we are in the dog days of summer. So far the farm crew and I ha

From the Fields 7.12.2017July 12th, 2017

Hi Folks,I hope everyone enjoyed some time with family or friends or maybe just a few days off work around the fourth. I know I did although not a full week off we definitely enjoyed the break from th

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Freedom Valley Farm - Season Extension from Local Growers Guild on Vimeo.