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Pause on 2017 Sign-Ups

We are happy to announce that we have reached membership capacity for the 2017 growing season. We will evaluate our crop production capabilities in July and determine if we can take on new members. Thanks for helping us meet our membership goal!    

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Box #1 2017

Hello and welcome to the 2017 season of City Commons CSA!  This year marks our fifth season in business and we can’t wait to share our fruits, vegetables, herbs and flowers with you.  We have been extremely busy over the last several weeks, prepping beds, planting seeds and transplants and hoping for rain and bees […]

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Storage Share 2016

The storage share is amazing this year.  One bushel box so chock full of vegetables, we couldn’t even close the flaps. Contents: 4 squash (pie pumpkin, butternut, acorn, red kuri, and/or spagetti squash) Rutabaga Turnips Celery Root Storage Radishes Parsnips Sweet Potato Leeks Sage Mixed Herb Bouquet Canned Tomatoes Sauerkraut Garlic Beets Many of these […]

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Second to Last Week

Its week 19, the second to last week in the 2016 CSA season.  If you have a half-share and were assigned to pick up on odd weeks today is your last week.  It seems strange that the season is coming to a close and its still almost 80 degrees outside, but such is a warming […]

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Fall Crops, Not Quite Fall Weather (Week 15)

This Week’s Harvest: Tomatoes – Food Field and Iroquois Ave Farm Celery (Tuesday Only) – Food Field Beans (Purple or Yellow Wax) – Fields of Plenty Radishes – Dulce Diamente Eggplant – Fields of Plenty and Iroquois Ave Farm Peppers – Food Field and Iroquois Ave Farm Sweet Potato Greens – Food Field Beets (Saturday […]

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Week 14

Week 14 The CSA season is winding down but the veggies in our gardens aren’t.In this week’s box: Arugula Bell Peppers Ghost Peppers Purple or Yellow Beans Cherry Tomatoes Eggplant Tomatoes Cilantro Radishes Holy cow.  My mouth is watering just looking at today’s goods.  Try arugula pesto with walnuts, olive oil, lemon juice, parmesan and […]

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Week 9

Week 9 brings beautiful bounty to your table.  In this week’s box you’ll find: Kale Cucumbers Swiss Chard Beets Tomatoes Cherry Tomatoes Summer Squash Basil Leaf Celery   One of my favorite dishes to make in the summer utilizes many of the ingredients from this box.  This dish is pretty too! Squash Party  Heat two […]

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Return of the Hornworms

                    Can you spot the tomato hornworm is these photos?                                 Over at Iroquois Ave I’ve been seeing signs of hornworms for the last few weeks, but it wasn’t until today […]

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Week 8: Hot Hot Heat

While the rain was much needed, the return of these hot days has definitely helped all our hot crops along. There’s so much to do this time of year the list is endless – it really never gets 100% done, we just prioritize the best we can. Besides spending lots of time harvesting all our […]

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We are full for now- but planning to add more members at a pro-rated cost after July 4. Please e-mail citycommonscsa@gmail.com and we will put your on our list and be in touch in early July.