Our farm has been in the Niedfeldt family since 1906. We have been certified organic since 2007. We grow vegetables, fruits, herbs and flowers. Our vegetable selection includes standards such as carrots, broccoli, lettuce, garlic, potatoes, and tomatoes to less common items including parsnips, tomatillos, brussel sprouts, ground cherries, plus many others. We also include some fruit with our shares. We have drop off points in Black River Falls , Bangor , and La Crosse . Deliveries are also available. Visit www.oldoakfamilyfarm.com for more information.
Orange Cat Community Farm is a small vegetable farm located in Sauk County, between Reedsburg and Wisconsin Dells. We offer standard and every-other-week shares over a 20 week season and a late season storage share to help you keep local produce on your table throughout the year. There is opportunity to get more involved with the farm through worker shares and farm events. It is a lot of work to grow vegetables, so it is also necessary to have a lot of fun. Come be a part of it!
We are a family farm 10 miles south of Madison who have been growing produce since 2004. Practicing sustainable farming methods, we condition our soil with organic inputs, focus on a large variety of heirloom vegetables, herbs, hops and have free-range chickens.
Primrose Community Farm has changed its name to Crossroads Community Farm! Please visit our farm profile here: http://www.csacoalition.org/all-farms/fruit/crossroad-community-farm-llc/
We are a Certified Organic CSA with a 20 week main season from mid-June to the end of October. We grow approximately 75 varieties of produce each season. We are committed to green practices, and as such, our produce is transported in reusable containers that are sanitized between uses. You are provided with 100% organic cotton bags made in the USA to transport your vegetables home. We offer a variety of share types; Full Weekly Share, Small Weekly Share, Every-Other-Week Share and Half-Season Weekly Share as well as an additional Winter Share and a Farm Dollars program and on-line store. We also host an on Farm Market and provide educational and community based programming in our 7500 square foot community center complete with a commercial kitchen.
At Regenerative Roots, we focus on feeding a small local community of CSA members by cultivating two acres in diversified produce. We enjoy working on a small scale and encourage our members to come experience the farm in person. Be sure to visit the lovely hiking trails at Dorothy Carnes Park, our next door neighbor.
Ridgeland Harvest is a diverse, 70-acre certified organic family farm located in Southwestern Wisconsin. Mat and Cate Eddy have been farming since 2000. We have stayed committed to our original mission of providing a diverse selection of healthy and affordable vegetables and meat, directly to our customers. Join us!
Tucked into bluffland between Baraboo & Sauk Prairie, our small farm is committed to each family having an incredible CSA experience. We focus on organically grown “core” vegetables but also work hard to introduce beautiful vegetables you can’t find in the store as well as wild, foraged berries and asparagus. Our weekly newsletter lets you know what to expect the following week and provides you with many delicious recipes and information about your share. Shares can be picked up at the farm or, for a small fee, delivered to your local home.
Roots Down Community Farm offers MOSA certified organic vegetables, fruits, and herbs in a twenty one week CSA subscription. Shares are available in three sizes to suit your families unique needs. Our crops are selected for taste, productivity, and popularity. We strive to supply you with quality and variety. We offer 40 crops in over 100 varieties and hand select our produce to ensure this. Hopefully you will join us in making 2013 our best season yet.
We are a small family farm since 1994 located in south central Wisconsin about 35 minutes south of Madison. Certified organic vegetables grown for our CSA shares and many varieties are delicious heirlooms. Weekly newsletters keep members informed. On farm events include educational opportunities, farm work days, fantastic food, good friends and fun! We encourage member participation at the farm or in your community. Goats, sheep, chickens, other critters, farmers and Roxanne with her frisbee happily greet our farm members on Wednesdays when they come to pick up their shares, or come visit for an on farm event. Friday is Madison’s delivery day. You can see more pictures of Scotch Hill Farm on our Facebook page.