What is a CSA?
CSA stands for Community Sponsored Agriculture. For Good Enough Farm this means cultivating relationships with local businesses, community groups, and families by supplying them weekly with our locally grown, chemical-free, GMO-free, fresh produce. We hope to use the CSA as a way meet and bring together people to raise awareness of the intricate link between your food, health, and environment and thus strengthen the bonds of the local community. In exchange for fresh food, you buy into the CSA at the beginning of the season.
When you buy a CSA share at Good Enough Farm you are supporting local, organically grown agriculture from Danbury, NH. Buying a share means Good Enough will receive the money it needs to get the farm up and running for the season. Your share will ensure receive the best locally grown produce, picked fresh, and provided to you at its prime throughout the season.
We’re pleased and honored to be the direct connection to your food and promise to grow all our produce with Intention, Health, Love, and with ABSOLUTELY NO CHEMICALS, PESTICIDES, HERBICIDES anything artificial, dangerous, or inedible. We use clean, safe practices on this farm so that it can truly be a direct farm-to-table experience.
The Good Enough Farm CSA for 2017 will include organically grown vegetables, fruit, herbs, and flowers. The season runs from mid-June to mid-October. We offer 16 week shares for Families and Single/Double person households.
What can we expect to find in our weekly pick-ups?
Each week you will receive a box of produce filled with the freshest produce. The list of vegetables, fruits, and herbs includes:
salad greens, lettuce, kale, arugula, spinach, collards, komatsuna, radishes, onions, carrots, cabbages, broccoli, cauliflower, kohlrabi, rutabaga, turnip, squash, zucchini, cucumber, peas, beans, pumpkin, celery, tomatoes, potatoes, cilantro, basil, parsley, peaches, apples, pears blueberries, and various flowers.
Most of these vegetables come in a different varieties so you can be sure that most weekly boxes will never be the same.
You can check out the link below to view a calendar of when we will be harvesting our produce:
What happens to our box if we go on vacation or we are not available to pick it up?
Just give Sean a call or email to let him know, in advance, that you will not be pickiing up your weeks produce. We do not like to waste produce so be sure to let us know in advance that you will not be coming. We are flexible with peoples schedules so if you would like to pick up at a different time/date we can arrange that.
How do we contact the farm?
The two best methods for contacting someone from the farm are email and phone. You may reach Sean Sullivan at 603-748-8744 or at Goodenoughfarm@gmail.com