example shares

Picking a share size and season that works for you and your family can be an exciting part of CSA membership. Each growing season and share selection is unique, but we know a thing or two about seasonal availability in New Hampshire. Here are some example shares from past seasons to give you a better idea of what a typical share may look like. You can think about what your household eats in a given week, as well as what your favorite vegetables are, and finally how inclined you are to freeze/can/pickle/ferment/store vegetables when they are in abundance.

We offer multiple pre-bagged pick up sites and one flagship site where you bag your own share.

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spring shares

Standard Share:
1 bag salad mix
1 lb spinach
1 bunch bok choy
1 bunch swiss chard
1 bunch kale
1 head lettuce

Full Share:
1 bag salad mix
1.5 lb spinach
1 bunch bok choy
1 bunch kale
1 bunch swiss chard
2 heads lettuce
1 bunch radishes

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summer shares

Basic Share:
1 head lettuce
1/3 lb spinach
1 bunch onion scallions
1 bunch garlic scapes
1 bunch greens
1 bunch herbs (either fresh or potted herbs)
kohlrabi
zucchini

Standard Share:
1 head lettuce
1/3 lb spinach
1 bunch garlic scapes
1 bag salad mix
1 bunch greens
1 bunch herbs (either fresh or potted herbs)
choice between cabbage, salad turnips, and kohlrabi
1 bunch onion scallions
1 bunch radishes
choose between tomatoes, shell peas, strawberries, and zucchini

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fall shares

Standard Share:
choice between salad mix and spinach
choice between greens and herbs
choice between shallots and kohlrabi
1 lb sweet potatoes
choice between cabbage and Brussels sprouts
1 lb onions
2 lb potatoes
2 lb winter squash
1 lb carrots

Full Share:
choice between salad mix and spinach
1 bunch greens
1 bunch herbs
.5 lb shallots
1 lb black radish
3/4 lb green tomatoes
garlic
2 lb onions
3 lb potatoes
3 lb winter squash
2 lb carrot

Remember, these are just examples to give you an idea of amounts, variety, and choices for each season! 

The fun part about CSA is that every week, season, and year gives us different vegetables.