Community-Supported Agriculture for the Upper Valley of New Hampshire and Vermont

2015 CSA Signups

Sunrise CSA is now open for 2015 shares

Hello Sunrise members from 2014 -  Spring is gaining strength here on the farm. Inside the barn, three lambs have already been born, and we've been using the greenhouse to prepare sugaring equipment for next month. We've also been making lots of plans for the coming summer, and I'm opening the CSA for signups as of today. I'd love to have you join us again for fresh fruits and veggies this coming summer - details below. See you soon,

--Chuck

The 2015 CSA season will run from mid-May through mid-October, aiming for 24 weeks, hopefully starting a week earlier than last year. The price is $580, up $30 from last year, to help compensate the expanded staff needed for the increased bounty. We're planning to add sweet corn, more eggplant, artichokes, and expanded pick-your-own options, including sunflowers, more basil, summer raspberries, okra, hot peppers, tomatillos, and paste tomatoes.

Pickups will be Mondays and Thursdays, per usual, though we're going push back the opening until 11:30 (instead of 11 AM) to give us more time to finish harvesting. We'll be open until 6 PM as usual. Please let us know which days work best for you. If you have questions or are ready to sign up, just want to send me an email.

Last year, Sunrise shareholders saved roughly 42% off the full retail price of our vegetables - one of the best values ever.

Asleep For The Winter

January 2015

All is quiet on the farm at this time of year. We're catching up on sleep, attending conferences, keeping the sheep fed and happy, and making plans for the coming season.

CSA shares for 2015 will go on sale in February. If you're a returning member, look for an email from me then. If you're a new potential customer, check out the "CSA Veggie Shares" link (above and right) and/or send me an .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) to be added to our email waiting list. That link also has the pricing and details for last year.

Thanks for supporting your local farm!

--Chuck