Terra Firma’s CSA is pre-paid. We require a minimum payment of $100 to begin your subscription. We use a web-based subscriber database that allows payment by electronic check (E-Check), Paypal or credit card. After that, you will recieve a reminder email any time your balance drops below a minimum amount, depending on the size box you are receiving.
The cost of each box? $18 for Small, $29 for Medium, and $38 for Large (As of May 1st, 2016). We do not offer individual boxes for sale; only subscriptions. Each vacation week is billed at $4, $8, and $11 respectively.
We offer bonuses based on the size of your payment to encourage a longer commitment to our farm. Payments of $300 or more receive a 3% bonus; $850 or more a 5% bonus; and $1400 or more a 7% bonus.
Before committing to a subscription with Terra Firma, you will be asked to read and agree to the terms and conditions of the membership agreement.
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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
Butternut “Noodles” with Cauliflower Tapenade and Asparagus
Spring Vegetable Polenta Bake
Shaved Asparagus-Cauliflower Salad
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Is Imported “Organic” Food really Organic?
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