$300.00 – $700.00
‘CSA’ programs let consumers buy ‘shares’ of a farm’s harvest in advance. Your lump sum payment helps us focus on growing food for you to eat instead of spending time and money on advertising. Dynamite Harvest employs a “market-style’ CSA. See below to learn more about that, and our ‘food security program.’
For more information about CSA’s scroll all the way down, past the form, to the bottom of the page.
Dynamite Harvest will have a ‘market-style’ CSA. In this model, the pre-payment serves as a credit towards the purchase of our produce. Our members will be told in advance what produce is available, and they will be able to decide precisely what they want, and we will try to accommodate their schedule for pick-ups and deliveries.
If you so desire, we can simply pack your box and bag with produce chosen at our discretion, and you can pick it up.
In addition to the CSA, Dynamite Harvest offers a ‘food security’ program. Participants in this program are first in line. They get notified about our available produce first and they have the opportunity to purchase it first (or have it deducted from their CSA, if they have also purchased that). You can learn more about this program, here.
If you purchase the CSA and the Food Security option, you receive $100 off of the Food Security program. Select that option from the drop-down. The Food Security Program can be purchased independently from the CSA.
Note: These are annual plans. They expire as of Dec. 31st of the year following. (The 2023 CSA/FS program runs from Jan 1st thru Dec 31, 2023. Credits do not carry over to the following year.)
- CSA only price: $500. Of this $500, $450 is a credit towards purchasing the produce and $50 is for administrative expenses.
- Food Security Membership only: $300.
- CSA plus Food Security membership: $700 ($500 +
$300$200 = $700)
- If you cannot pay yet, but want to RSVP or set up a payment plan, submit the form below.
Please note, if you pay by credit card, a processing fee of 3.5% (max $20) will be applied.
What is a CSA? According to this site: