2018 Shares Now Available for Subscription
To register for a share, please fill out the registration form at the bottom of the page, or contact us by phone (302 540 0912) or e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org).
How much do the shares cost?
The Kranz Hill Farm offers three types of share, “large”, “small,” and “biweekly”. A large share costs $650.00, a small share, $450.00, and a biweekly share $250.00. Payment plans are accepted.
How large are the shares?
The size and contents of the share will vary throughout the season. Roughly speaking the large shares are intended for a household of 4 to 6 adolescents and adults; the small shares for a household of 2 to 4 adolescents and adults, and the biweekly share for households of one or two.
To see a rough financial accounting of our 2016 season, check out our post: A Good End to a Good Season
How long does the season last?
Distributions begin in mid-May and continue through the beginning of November. There will be at least 24 weeks of produce.
Where and when do I receive my share?
Each family will pick up its share at the farm on the same day each week. Pickup days are Tuesday and Thursday, 4 to 6 PM, and Saturday 12 to 2 PM. We are very accommodating to shareholders needing to change pickup days and times throughout the season.
Does the Kranz Hill Farm use pesticides?
We do not use synthetic herbicides, pesticides, or fertilizers on our crops. We also do not grow genetically-modified crops. Our seedlings were grown by greenhouse off-site, and the grower does use synthetic fertilizer.
Do shareholders work on the farm?
Yes, we welcome shareholders to join us in our work. However, it is not required and most shareholders do not volunteer on the farm.
How do I sign up?
To sign up for a share, please fill out the registration below, and we will send you an invoice with details about payment options. Shares can be paid for in person, by mail, or online.
Disclaimer: A share in the Kranz Hill Farm CSA is a share in the produce of the farm. Because of the unpredictability of the weather, diseases, and pests, we do not guarantee a specific amount of produce.