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More About Our CSA Program

Norman’s Farm Market launched its CSA program in spring of 2007 and members are raving about the selection, quality, and flexibility found in our shares.  To read some of the reviews about our CSA click here!

Selection.  Perhaps what sets Norman’s CSA shares apart from other CSA’s is the selection we offer to our members.  By having such an expansive selection of product it is impossible to fit everything into our shares.  We remedy this by allowing our members to choose.  Perhaps the toughest challenge our members face is with so much to choose from, what to pick?

Our CSA Program allows us to custom plan the growing season around our member’s tastes.  With our farmer’s experience in growing and Norman’s twenty-five plus years of experience selling local produce at our roadside stands, we work together to achieve an amazing selection of product for the season.

Quality.  Our Pickup Schedule dictates when crops should be harvested and brought to our members.  This helps us guarantee only the highest and freshest quality in our shares.  By knowing specifically how much to bring to a location and unpacking as needed, it is the closest thing to having your own backyard garden, but without the all the work.   

Share Types.  Norman's offers May, Early, Mid, & Late Season Shares.  Click to the links to read more about these shares.

Splitting Shares.  If you would like to split a share with a friend, Norman's recommends alternating weeks rather than splitting your share at pickup to avoid confusion.

Click here to find out about pricing and share descriptions.  If you would like to join our CSA, please click here.

 

The Dirt, Farm Update, July 2, 2016July 7th, 2016

This week at the farm things have really taken off and we are picking like crazy trying to keep up.  The rows of vegetables have shot up and filled out so that it’s hard to imagine just a f

The Dirt, Farm Update, June 25, 2016July 7th, 2016

As a Farmer you’ve got to train yourself to “make hay while the sun is shining”.  In season, you’re up at the crack of dawn, and work a long hard day, just about everyday.

The Dirt, Farm Update, June 18, 2016July 7th, 2016

As a new farmer there is a certain expectation of the requirement to “wear many hats”.  You should be a food enthusiast, a botanist, a mechanic, a biologist, a businessman, a laborer,

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