Distribution – Where Can I Pick Up a Box?
Our delivery areas include most of the city of San Francisco, much of the East Bay, central Sacramento, as well as Davis, Vacaville and Winters. We drop our boxes at neighborhood sites — homes and businesses — that make them available on the day they are delivered. Find the Terra Firma drop site nearest to your home or office on the list below.
We use refrigerated trucks to keep your box cold until it is unloaded. The boxes are intended to be re-used many times, and we ask that you return your empty box to the drop site the following week. Or better yet, bring your own bags to take the produce home, and leave the box at the site.
Contact us if you’d like information about hosting a CSA site!
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LATEST RECIPESNew Potato and Roasted Corn Salad
Blistered Green Beans with Spicy Pesto
Marinated Zucchini and Spinach Salad
Irish Cream Scone “Shortcake”
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Asparagus-Spinach Salad with Chimichurri, Olives and Feta
Pickled Asparagus and Spring Onions
Roasted Beet and Asparagus Tacos with Chipotle Sauce
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