Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)
CSA sign-ups for our 2019 Summer Season are over. Please visit us this Summer at our Farmers Markets.
What makes a Pastures of Plenty farm CSA share special?
The Pastures of Plenty CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) program is a weekly farmshare offering local and organic vegetables and flowers all summer long! What makes our CSA different, is the experience! In addition to the highest quality heirloom veggies, and most beautiful floral bouquets, we include a “Treat of the Week” like Western Slope fruit, local goat cheese, and sweet corn to round out the weekly local food box! Plus, we invite you to join us at the farm for cooking classes and an Annual Harvest party, all included in your membership!
Starting at $22/week, you can become a part of the Pastures of Plenty Experiential CSA Family.
What you can expect from a Pastures of Plenty CSA Farmshare:
- 16 weeks of organic, local vegetables and flowers
- An average week will include:
- Baby Lettuces Salad Mix
- Turnips and/or Beets
- Zucchini and or Squashes
- Green Bean Varieties
- Carrots/ leeks/ onions
- Large mixed flower bouquet
- One single-origin flower bouquet (like lilies, sunflowers or cosmos)
- Treat of the Week: Seasonal additions including Western Slope Peaches, local goat cheese, and sweet corn
- 2 “Farm Parties” throughout the season, where you and your family are guests to enjoy a farm-to-table dinner and experience at our home.
- 4 cooking classes, in the farmhouse kitchen, focused on using in-season, healthy ingredients from your CSA
The CSA season is 16 weeks, running over 18 weeks (to account for potential weather effecting production), starting June 9th, 2019.
Boulder County Farmers Market: Saturday’s 8am–2pm (starts 06/15/19)
Denver: Old South Pearl: Sunday’s 9am – 1pm (starts 06/09/19)
Denver: Cherry Creek Farmers Market: Wednesday’s 8am – 1pm (starts 06/12/19)
Denver: Cherry Creek Farmers Market: Saturday’s 8am – 1pm (starts 06/15/19)
Pastures of Plenty Farm: Friday’s 9am – 5pm (starts 06/14/19)
Items A, B, C & D
Feeds: 2–4 persons
Items A, B, C & D
Feeds: 4-6 persons
Items B & D
A: Vegetables & Herbs
Organically grown salad greens, broccoli, peppers, eggplant, cabbage, seasonal root vegetables, Romano and Haricot Vert beans, Sugar Snap peas, baby carrots, Roma tomatoes, squash, herbs and more.
B: Fresh Floral Bouquets
One large, organically grown, bouquet per week. Plus one bunch of single variety flowers such as lilies, sunflowers, dahlias, or larkspur. We grow over 75 varieties of organic flowers.
C: Treat of the Week
Locally produced by our friends, enjoy a weekly surprise such as handcrafted cheese, Western Slope fruit or Colorado roasted green chiles.
D: Fun at the Farm Events
All shares include four seasonal cooking classes (first come, first served), and two fun Harvest Parties catered by Plenty.