CSA

Category: CSA

When do I get my First Share?

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Once you have completed our online CSA signup form, you will have selected your pick-up your day. Your first share will be ready for you to pick-up on that next selected pick-up day.

If today is Monday and you selected Tuesday as your pick-up day, then plan on receiving your share on the next day which would be Tuesday. If today is Monday and you selected Monday as your pick-up day, then plan on picking up your share the next Monday.

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We will always contact you via email once your signup has been completed. Our process is to add you to our software system which tracks your number of pick-ups and pick-up day. Our software system will send you an automatic email with your profile information. If you do not receive this email please check your spam inbox.

Have Your Share Delivered

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Creating a CSA that is very convenient is a priority for La Nay Ferme. This is one reason we have created a Bag Swap for our CSA members. Today we are offering another option that makes our CSA very convenient.

A delivery company found us recently and is offering La Nay Ferme customers a delivery service. They will come to our farm, pick-up your share or Farm Market order and deliver to your door. If you are in the following locations your produce can be delivered.

$3 – Delivery to Provo, Orem, Vineyard and Lindon
$4 – Delivery to Pleasant Grove
$5 – Delivery to American Fork and Highland (South of 11000 N)

All you need to do is contact Milton’s Delivery and they will pick-up your produce from our farm.

Milton’s Delivery
801-717-0205

Renewing with Venmo

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If there is one thing that a majority of Americans can unify over its our love for convenience. We are trying to do anything possible to make our CSA convenient for our members and new customers. Our bag swap option is something very unique to a CSA and offers convenience to those that purchase a share.

This year we have been experimenting with how members renew their share with a payment system named Venmo. Venmo is a very simple to use and convenient for anyone with a smart phone or internet access. All members need to do is open an account with Venmo, link your Bank Account, Credit or Debit Card to your account and then you are ready to send a payment.

If you want to simplify how you pay for your renewing your share, please email us the next time you are ready to renew.

What Produce do CSA Members Enjoy?

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Every week CSA Members enjoy bags full of fresh in-season produce, directly from our farm in Provo, UT. We offer unique heirloom varieties including: purple carrots, white tomatoes and purple radishes. We grow what members want most and offer share customization so that you are not receiving vegetables you don’t want.

The following is a general outline of our core crops and what CSA Members enjoy in the respective season of that crop.

Greens

  • Arugula
  • Chard
  • Kale
  • Mixed Greens
  • Spinach

Root Crops

  • Beets
  • Carrots
  • Garlic
  • Onions
  • Potatoes
  • Radishes

Summer Vegetables

  • Cucumbers
  • Cherry Tomatoes
  • Eggplant
  • Peppers
  • Summer Squash
  • Tomatoes
  • Zucchini

Fall Vegetables

  • Broccoli
  • Brussels Sprouts
  • Cabbage
  • Cauliflower
  • Winter Squash

Herbs

  • Basil
  • Chives
  • Cilantro
  • Dill
  • Lavender
  • Oregano
  • Parsley
  • Sage
  • Sorrel
  • Thyme
  • Rosemary

With all crop varieties we focus on quality, taste and nutrition. La Nay Ferme produce is truly ripened on the vine and harvested at it’s optimal state.

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Become a member today and enjoy the upcoming bountiful harvests of your local farm.

Can a CSA Membership be Customized?

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Every week CSA Members enjoy bags full of fresh in-season produce, directly from our farm in Provo, UT. We have some special features with our CSA program to accommodate changing schedules and varying tastes.

Switching Pickup Days or Locations
Members can switch their pickup day or location anytime. Simply email us at least 24 hours in advance of expected delivery and we’ll make the switch.

Skipping a Week
When you’re out of town email us at least 24 hours in advance of your regular pickup day and we will cancel your share for that week. An additional week will be added on the tail of you cycle so you don’t lose a week. You also have the option of gifting your share to a friend or family member and having them pickup that week. Keep in mind, we if don’t hear from you and do prep a share that is never picked up it will count as one of your pickups.

Putting Membership on Hold
Those who have their own gardens like this option. They enjoy the early spring harvest our high tunnels allow, put their membership on hold in the summer months when their garden is in full production and resume pickups in the fall months when their garden in slowing down. This can also be used for vacations and times when you can’t use the produce. Just let us know the date you’d like to freeze and resume.

Bag Swap
For those who don’t enjoy arugula or want an extra bag of spinach instead of chard, we offer a bag swap. Members simply go to this online form and exchange a bag for a different bag that’s available at the farm.

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Become a member today and enjoy the upcoming bountiful harvests of your local farm.

Where CSA Members Pickup Their Produce?

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Most members enjoy receiving their weekly fresh produce from our share delivery service. For those that wish to pickup their share we offer a few pickup days each week. Members can choose from the following days and locations:

Provo
At the Farm
Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday from 12:00 am to 8:00 pm

Springville
At Ginger’s Cafe
Tuesday from 4pm to close

Orem
At Real Foods Market
Thursday from 3pm to close

Become a member today and enjoy the upcoming bountiful harvests of your local farm.

What are the Benefits of CSA Membership?

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There are many benefits to becoming a CSA Member. Here are some of the top reasons to join the farm:

Freshness and Fully Ripened Produce
We harvest CSA Shares the morning of pickups. This ensures that members enjoy the freshest product possible. In comparison, the majority of grocery-store produce is grown out of state or out of country. This forces growers to harvest their produce prior to ripeness. The product then ripens on the truck or plane, usually with the assistance of chemicals, and is then placed on the store shelves where it can await purchase for numerous days.

Our local farm produce is harvested when it is fully ripened and picked up by customers within hours of harvest.

Unique Heirloom Varieties
All of the seeds used at the farm are carefully selected from trusted sources who care for the earth and maintain high standards for seed production. We are continually fine-tuning the crops we grow and determining which varieties do best in our climate and soil. Members love the unique heirloom varieties we produce and enjoy the taste and beauty of purple carrots, white tomatoes, candy-stripe beets and many more unique vegetables only found at local farms.

Healthy, Mineral-Rich Soil
Healthy plants start with healthy soil. We play close attention to our soil’s nutrition levels and use the following practices to ensure the most mineral-rich soil as possible: green manures, cover-crops, compost and crop rotation.

Natural Produce, No Harsh Chemicals or Fertilizers
With quality seeds and healthy soil our plants stay strong and are able to fight most pests on their own. We strive to create an environment where beneficial insects can thrive to maintain a healthy ecosystem at the farm. When pests are an issue we use organic, natural and traditional methods to get things back in balance.

Nearly Year Round Harvests 
The farm started out with one high-tunnel and has grown to now 42 high-tunnels all 75 feet long. This provides us with thousands of feet of indoor growing space. Our high-tunnels are unheated and uncooled. Through the simple use of plastics, row-covers and shade-clothes we maintain favorable growing temperatures for produce nearly all year. We typically stop-production in December or January and resume pick-ups the end of February or beginning of March.

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We strive to provide the most nutritious, flavorful, unique, natural and quality product around. Become a member today and enjoy the upcoming bountiful harvests of your local farm.

How Much Does CSA Membership Cost?

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Every week CSA Members enjoy bags full of fresh in-season produce, directly from our farm in Provo, UT. The cost of CSA Membership ranges depending on the length of membership. We have three main options:

4 weeks; Total Cost $103.04

12 weeks; Total Cost $309.12

24 weeks; Total Cost $618.24

Members enjoy the following approximate savings:

Full Sharing Pricing

If you’d like to join for a long period of time to enjoy the full savings of membership but can’t pay the full-amount upfront, we are happy to offer you a payment program. Contact us for more information.

Become a member today and enjoy the upcoming bountiful harvests of your local farm.

What’s in the Half Share?

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Every week our half share CSA Members will receive the same items found in our full share. The only difference is that the share is half the amount of produce. Our half share gives individuals and small families an option to receive our fresh produce weekly.

If you want to customize your half share, please contact us to make your change request. Learn more about how to receive what you want in your half share.

Become a member today to enjoy a Half share weekly.

What’s in the Full Share?

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Every week CSA Members enjoy bags full of fresh in-season produce that are grown on our farm in Provo, UT. We call this weekly mixture of vegetables our Full share. The weekly mixture of herbs, raw leafy greens and vegetables will equal the value of the price you paid for your weekly share.

A typical Full share, includes four to six bags of fresh greens and vegetables with two or three small bags of fresh herbs. The spring shares feature lots of greens, while summer and autumn shares feature lots of vegetables. Use the picture as a guide for what a typical Full share looks like.

Every Saturday we post the following weeks Full share on our blog with an accompanying picture. We also include the information in our weekly newsletter. This helps members plan ahead for grocery shopping and meals.

Become a CSA member today and enjoy our upcoming harvests of high nutrient produce.