CSA Baskets: A Partnership Between Farmers & Locals

If you’re interested in having access to the healthiest food available and supporting local farmers, then community supported agriculture (CSA) is for you. CSA farms offer special programs to locals that educate about the growing process, while making sure buyers are stocked with the freshest seasonal ingredients. Programs offer weekly or bi-weekly CSA baskets filled with a variety of fresh produce and/or meats. Becoming a member of a CSA not only supports the local family farm, but also encourages a healthier lifestyle throughout the community. Partnerships like these help people eat seasonally, with ingredients that haven’t traveled thousands of miles to get to your plate.

Check out some CSA Basket options near you:

Girlfarm
1400 Long Valley Road, Reno, NV 89508
(775) 221-0001
contactgirlfarm@mac.com
www.girlfarm.org

Girlfarm’s Personal Farmer Program provides produce and meats to local families and restaurant owners. There are four CSA basket programs to choose from that each cater to different lifestyles. From there, members are able to select exactly what ingredients they want in their basket from a master list of all items. Sign up and get fresh Girlfarm ingredients in your kitchen!
Great Basin Basket CSA
775-867-3750
greatbasinbasketcsa@gmail.com
www.greatbasinbasketcsa.com

The Great Basin Basket program presents members with a variety of high-quality, seasonal produce grown on local sustainable farms. A variety of local farms provide farm-fresh produce to member baskets, with Lattin Farms certified organic farm being the main producer. Sign up for early or late season baskets on the website—or sign up for both seasons to keep the produce coming year round. Pay online for your basket and then pick it up either weekly or bi-weekly at pick up locations in Reno, Sparks, Carson City, Gardnerville and Fallon.

Mewaldt Organics
1750 Mclean Road, Fallon, NV 89406
775-867-3469
http://www.mewaldtorganics.com/

Mewaldt Organics’ Garden Goddess CSA program includes the freshest items from their harvest along with special requests being met as often as possible. Instead of paying upfront for the whole season, members pick up their basket on a bi-weekly basis for $25. Baskets feature a variety of produce, a flower bouquet and a newsletter to keep members up-to-date on current happenings at the farm. Depending on the season, packages will also often include fresh eggs and herbs.

Nancy’s Green Barn Farm
220 Bullion Road, Dayton, NV 89403
775-246-8456
nancy@nancysgreenbarnfarm.com
www.nancysgreenbarnfarm.com

Nancy’s Green Barn Farm offers weekly Subscription Farming CSA baskets from their Certified Naturally Grown produce. Those interested have the option of the pre-season basket for $10 a week, or the regular season basket for $20 a week. Members can pick-up their basket at the farm or arrange for it to be delivered for an additional fee.

Salisha’s Delicious Organic Produce
5862 MacPherson Lane, Fallon, NV 89406
775-867-5167
salishasdelicious@gmail.com
www.salishasdelicious.yolasite.com

Salisha’s Delicious Organic Produce CSAD program features fresh seasonal produce delivered on a weekly basis to your home or office in Fallon, Fernley or Reno at no additional charge. Baskets include produce primarily from their farm, but sometimes reach out to neighbor Pioneer Farms to make sure members always receive a diverse offering. Find other surprise goodies and well as recipes tailored to the items of the week. Basket deliveries start on April 29.

Get ready for the harvest seasons by signing up today for a CSA basket and take advantage of the sensational seasonal produce in northern Nevada.

Visit the NevadaGrown website and read about all of Nevada’s different CSA programs to find your perfect fit.

 

 

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