Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)

Are you interested in supporting a local farm and receiving weekly seasonal produce?
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Why Eat Local?

Do you like to know how your vegetables are grown?

In many ways eating locally has turned into a fad that has swept across the nation. As fads go…they fade over time. At Abundance Acres we have confidence that eating local is not just a fad, but is ultimately a way to increase local food security, invest in our community and be good stewards of precious resources.

It is also a great way to cultivate relationships which is one of our main goals at Abundance Acres. Get to know your community and the farmers who grow your food!

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Abundance Acres at a Glance

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Years of farming operation at Abundance Acres


Of harvest given away to the community


Volunteer operated


Weeks of harvest each year

New In 2024

Our operations will be different this season!
For 2024, we will be placing most of the farmland in fallow management. This means we will be growing non-vegetable cover crops. Because of this we will not be selling vegetables via the pre-buy share method. We will, however, continue to grow vegetables in our three greenhouses. We will have a much less diverse production of crops, but we hope to focus our energies on longer shelf-life favorites such as tomatoes, peppers, carrots, beets, etc. These crops will be for sale as supply lasts at the distribution shed. More details will follow next season. We may return to the “share model” for distributing veggies in the future, but look forward to trying something new next summer.
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Abundance Acres is more than just a farm. We offer beautiful facilities for use and a variety of activities and a way for you to connect with your community.
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