DONBAR FARMS
Q. What does being organic mean?
Q. What is "Genetically Modified" seed?
Q.  How can we avoid GMOs, growth hormones and antibiotics in the food we eat ?
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
The easiest way to avoid GMOs, growth hormones and anitbiotics in your food is to purchase local certified organic products. This is a way for consumers to get to know the people producing their food and feel safe about what they are feeding their families.

What is Community Supported Agriculture?

CSA members commit to purchasing a full season of vegetables that we grow and provide to you on a weekly basis.  Ideally, we would love to have you come to the farm and pick up your box of vegetables at a predetermined time.  Picking up your box at the farm enables you to have the flexibility to "swap" an item you might not like with something you really enjoy.

This is an excellent opportunity to purchase fresh, local and healthy grown produce for approximately 20 weeks, mid June until the end of October.

Examples of what to expect in your box:

Early season: spinach, lettuces, radishes, rhubarb, green onions, peas

Mid season: spinach, lettuces, beets, carrots, beans, green onions, potatoes, zucchini,  cucumbers, cabbage, tomatoes, peppers

Late season:  would also include: squash, pumpkins,

We hope to include recipes and info in each weekly box.  We encourage your feedback on other vegtables that you would like to see.

Contact us for a registration form.

INVEST IN COMMUNITY SUPPORTED AGRICULTURE
FRESHNESS
Produce picked within two days of pick up.

VARIETY
Have you ever had a purple carrot?

COMMUNITY
Know your farmer, know your food.  


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