This Week's Harvest

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See what we harvested for you this week

Recipes for CSA box

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Here's what to do with all those veggies

What's Growing Now

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The farm is always changing. See what we're up to!

Where to Buy

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Can't get enough of our veggies? Missed the registration for this seasons CSA? Catch our produce at these places.

FAQ

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Questions?

How to Join

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Rates and how to register for future CSA shares can be found here.

This week's harvest

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CSA Share Week 5

  • Poblano and Jalapeno Peppers
  • Green Onions
  • Cilantro
  • Arugula
  • Red Butter head
  • Spinach
  • Beets
  • Cauliflower
  • Grapefruit


where to buy

Farm Stand

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Stop by the farm during our regular business hours and see what we have ready to go in our cooler!

Wholesale Veggies

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Restaurants and produce vendors can sign up for our weekly wholesale availability list. Give us a call or send us a message and we can add you to the list!

Join our CSA

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If you're interested in joining our next round of CSA shares send us a message and we will let you know when enrollment will be opening again.

FAQ

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Is your produce organic?

While we are not a certified organic farm we are proud to say we use no herbicides or pesticides. Our vegetable farm employs a no-till methodology that encourages diverse biological activity in the soil, including our worms! The techniques we use to cultivate our growing beds naturally reduces pests and weeds commonly found in a vegetable farm.

How long do the seasons last?

Our Spring 2020 CSA will run for 10 weeks beginning Thursday, January 9th, 2020 so we can ensure you get to enjoy the bountiful variety of produce we can grow here in Phoenix during the peak harvesting season.

What can I expect in my produce box?

Each week's share will include a mix of  7-9 different produce varieties. We want to give you plenty of each type of produce so you can experiment and try new things. Our first box weighed over 9 lbs.!

What types of produce can I expect?

While the cool season is still around we will have plenty of lettuces, kales, radishes, braising greens, mustard greens, swiss chard, carrots, broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, brussel sprouts, cilantro, parsley, citrus, sugar snap peas, bok choy, garlic greens, and much, much more!

Our transition into spring will introduce the warm season crops like tomatoes and peppers and cucumbers.

How to Join

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Fall 2020 CSA

If you are interested in joining next seasons CSA program please send an e-mail to azwormfarmcelina@gmail.com and we can send you an alert when enrollment is open.