DHS Garden CSA Program

Sullivan Memorial Learning Garden at DHS – CSA Program now taking applications for new members! 

Do you want receive a box of fresh, locally grown produce each week this summer, and support a growing school garden program at the same time? Are you interested in participating in a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) program, but not quite ready for a big a commitment to a farm CSA?  Consider being a Sullivan Memorial Learning Garden CSA Member!

Here’s what our weekly harvest looked like last year in August:

The harvest!
The harvest!

The cost of the share will be $250 for an 11-week season. Members will pick up produce at the garden each week at a time and day yet to be determined.  Find out more info about the CSA program’s success last year, and download the CSA info packet here: CSA Packet 2014_15 for more details about what to expect this year. Finally, if you’re interested in being a CSA member, fill out this short application: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/X9GRRQCQuestions can be directed to dexterfarmtoschool@gmail.com.

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