A note from Meadow’s Mirth Farm with details of their unique, very flexible CSA:
Josh and Jean at Meadow’s Mirth have been growing organic produce and selling at the farmers’ markets since 2004. We are now accepting new members for our 2010 Community Suported Agriculture (CSA) program. Buying a farm share is a sustainable way to help farmers with early season start‐up costs, and secures a market for farmers’ fresh produce. By joining our CSA, you, the shareholder, benefit by getting a discount on our wide variety of products offered at the farmers’ market, and free choice as to what you want in each pickup. You take as much or as little as you need for the week and it gets deducted from your balance. This amounts to less food waste, and more of what you enjoy. Pickups will be at one our farmers’ markets. You can choose location that works for you, and not worry about having to bring cash to the market for your veggies. Plus if there is something you need that we don’t provide (eggs, dairy, etc) you can purchase it from one of the other market vendors for one stop shopping at the farmers’ market. If you need to skip a week or two, there is no need to call. We will keep track of your balance and periodically notify you so you can plan accordingly. Pickups are at Durham, Amesbury, Exeter, and Portsmouth markets in the summer, and Rollinsford and Exeter in the winter. For more information check out our website or come see us at the Seacoast Eat Local winter markets.