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% discount.
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.
Potato Salad with Roasted Green Beans and Feta
Grilled Peach Shortcake with Whipped Cream
South Indian Curry with Potatoes and Cucumbers (Olan)
Blistered Shishitos & Corn with Creamy Pesto
Zucchini, Corn & Potato Fritters
Oven-Roasted Tomato Sauce
Thai-Style Sweet Corn Salad
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The Green Leaves of Autumn
Fall Equinox is just a week away, and in others parts of the U.S. it is primarily characterized by trees turning bright red, orange and yellow. At Terra Firma it means fields of leafy greens taking the place of summer crops … Continue reading
A tasty vegan version of the classic dish. Cut 2-3 delicata squash in half lengthwise. Scoop out the seeds and pulp, and discard. Place the squash cut side down and cut into 1/2 inch thick half rounds. In bowl, toss … Continue reading
Say Hello to Winter (Squash)
It doesn’t feel anything like winter today, what with hot weather reaching all the way from the ocean to the mountains. But in your boxes, Winter Squash season starts this week. Winter squash is not just for winter anymore, if … Continue reading