Bi-weekly produce boxes of fresh, seasonal vegetables and fruits
Eat fresh oct 19 - January 25th
By joining our winter farm-share program, you will enjoy a fresh, seasonal collection of certified organic produce from Undertoe Farm every two weeks, mid-Oct - late January. The farm-share program spans 16-weeks and is a bi-weekly pickup. Eight hefty, hearty CSA boxes total. Every other week you will find a variety of nutrient-dense vegetables in your farm-share box. Our goal is to offer you the highest quality produce while simultaneously improving soil health of our farmland.
Why choose Undertoe Farm?
· Join an important growing movement to support local,
sustainable agriculture in Antrim County.
. Know your growers and our growing practices!
· Our farm-share member retention rate is 82%
(the national average is 55%) Our customers are satisfied!
· Save 10% of the full market value of our certified organic produce
· Need to pay in installments? No problem!
· Connect with the community and your farmer through
farm events and volunteer opportunities
· Receive a weekly newsletter highlighting current happenings,
delicious recipes, and other farm news
Community Supported Agriculture
"Food producers + Food consumers = CSA and untold possibilities." ~ Robyn Van En
The essence of this farm model is a mutual commitment between you and us. We provide good food for
you and your family, you support our quality of life, and we share the possible risks and the bountiful harvests.
eIGHT Boxes, bi-Weekly pickup (16 weeks long)
Bi-weekly pick up (twice per month)
Runs about October through January
No Swap-out Option
Fall/Winter Newsletter Includes: farm news, recipes, storage tips and more
Pay with cash or check
The Farm, Kewadin
Tuesdays 4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
13407 Winters Rd.
Kewadin, MI 49648
Holiday Hills, TC (TART Access site)
Wednesdays 4:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
2400 Holiday Rd
Traverse City, MI 49686
gOODIES IN YOUR BOX
We are proud to provide over 20 different varieties of winter crops for your culinary pleasure!
Click here to peruse photos featuring weekly harvests as well as a list of seasonal fruits and veggies.
Celeriac (Celery Root)