|Buy a Share|
There are no shares for sale for the 2013 season. Please go to localharvest.org to find another producer in our area.
There are two pick-up day options this year. You can pick up your veggies at the farm on Mondays anytime between 4 and 7 pm, or in Twin Falls near the College of Southern Idaho campus on Thursdays between 5 and 7 pm. The day you choose for pick-up will be the day you get your vegetables each week all summer long. Because there are expenses involved in bringing the veggies into Twin Falls, there is a $20 charge if you'd like to pick up your veggies on Thursday.
* BUYER’S CHOICE BASKET *
* HALF-BASKET *
* YOU-PICK SEASONAL BLOOMS *
Wade out into the flower garden, and enjoy selecting and picking your own bouquet each week. Brighten your kitchen table and enjoy the changing shapes and colors throughout the growing season. Redeem your bouquets - one for every week you've purchased - at any time during the summer.
IF YOU ARE A NEW MEMBER…
SIGN-UP DEADLINE is March 15. You must sign up before March 15 to own a share for the summer of 2012.
|Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 February 2013 05:57|
Stoneybrook Farm is located 3 miles south of Filer, Idaho, and has been a family-run farm for more than ninety years. Four generations of our family have plowed and irrigated and picked rocks and harvested in these fields since my great-Granddad broke ground in 1914. That’s ninety years of turning over the soil, planting seeds with a bit of optimism, and watching the miracle of green growing. Watching that miracle never gets old.
You can experience the farm by being a member of our community supported agriculture (CSA) program. You buy a share in the spring, paying up front so that we don't have to carry a debt load to operate for the season. By mid-May, there are vegetables for you to pick up at the farm every week. The season lasts until mid-October. But it's not just about a generous supply of vegetables. You'll discover the value in knowing where your food comes from, as well as get to know your neighbors at on-farm events, and forge a connection with local food producers.