2018-2019 Winter CSA & Public Market Hours
Winter hours are on Wednesdays from 10:00am-12:00pm AND from 5:00pm-7:00pm.
December 5 (Wed), December 12 (Wed), December 19 (Wed)
*There will be no pick up the week of Christmas
January 2 (Wed), January 9 (Wed), January 16 (Wed), January 23 (Wed), January 30 (Wed)
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Might you have an interest in purchasing shares at a later time, or are you just interested in keeping up with events at Living Hope CSA? We'll be sure you stay connected.
Shares Now Available for Our 2019 CSA
Enjoy our delicious veggies, pastured poultry, and eggs throughout the summer and fall! Order a large, small, or mini main season share today.
Current and recent members already have an account and need only log in to join our CSA. Those who are new to us can create an account using the link below.
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Information on pricing, share contents, harvest expectations, and more is contained on our CSA page
and in our Member Handbook
A Few Winter 2018-2019 Shares Remain
Our Winter CSA runs for 10 weeks, from November to January.
Register now using the links above, or learn more here
. Only a few shares are left!
Winter preparations via drone footage LHF Farm Video
Video by Logan McCurry
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Living Hope Farm is...
CERTIFIED NATURALLY GROWN
(Chemical / Pesticide Free)
We run a non-profit CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) where members come to the farm weekly to pick up their "share" of produce. We also have an Indoor Public Market open during the season Tuesdays & Fridays from 2-7pm. All produce we offer is grown on our farm from Non-GMO seed using chemical free, pesticide-free, non-synthetic methods and sustainable practices.
As a non-profit organization, Living Hope Farm is committed to offer educational opportunities, job and leadership training, and are dedicated to the process of engaging others on the farm and in the market place to reach under served communities and their neighborhoods. We grow with the intent to donate a portion of our produce to local families within our schools, food banks, and The Bridge of Hope.