COMMUNITY SUPPORTED AGRICULTURE PROGRAM
We at Firefly Farm in Burke Hollow have been growing food for ourselves for two decades. Over those years, we dreamed of one day owning our own farm and providing food to our community. Now, that dream has become a reality! This year will be our third season operating a CSA. We plan to provide you with fresh, local seasonal produce, occasional products made from the harvest, and a relationship with the farm and farmers that bring you your food. We are looking forward to partnering with you!
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a mutually beneficial partnership between community members and farmers. By purchasing, in advance, a share in the season’s harvest, community members receive a weekly allotment of produce throughout the season, and farmers are able to use these advanced funds to purchase what is needed for the growing season ahead.
We believe in organic farming practices and regenerative agriculture. Regenerative agriculture is a conservation and rehabilitation approach to food and farming systems. As a small farm practicing regenerative techniques, we focus on improving biodiversity, refining the water cycle, bolstering ecosystems, supporting biosequestration, strengthening our resilience to climate change, and nourishing the health and vitality of farm and top soil. We do not use synthetic fertilizers or pesticides, nor genetically modified seed. Most of our seeds are organic, although occasionally depending on availability, conventional seeds are used. We welcome any inquiries regarding our growing practices. This is your food, and you have the right to know exactly how it gets to your table.
The link below includes the all necessary information for signing up for our CSA. If after reading it, you have more questions, please do contact us.
OUR SPRING CSA SHARE HAS ALREADY SOLD OUT. PLEASE SIGN UP NOW FOR YOUR SUMMER SHARE!