Keep eating local CSA veggies through December! Our customizable shares include late season vegetables and storage crops.
1 bunch green kale
2 butternut squash
2 festival squash
2 acorn squash
2 delicata squash
1 red cabbage
5 sweet potatoes
1 bunch leeks
5 red potatoes
3 bulbs garlic
1 head red lettuce
Eating locally produced, sustainably produced vegetables in a climate like Wisconsin’s can be a challenge. Thankfully there are many yummy, healthy vegetables that can be stored in the colder months, as well as a variety of greens we can produce in our hoop house even after it has become cold outside. Through a winter share, you can keep local vegetables on your table through December.
These share boxes are larger than summer boxes, and are valued at about $60 each.
What comes in a box? Winter shares will include a mixture of some greens, like spinach, bok choi and lettuce, and a generous amount of storage-able items including: carrots, Brussels sprouts, potatoes, winter squash, beets, sweet potatoes, cabbage, onions, garlic, parsnips, celeriac, and rutabaga. All pictures to the left are past winter boxes. Weekly newsletters will help you learn about the items in your box and give you cooking ideas. On our website, we have a recipe search index which provides access to all archived recipes.
We have two different share options for our winter shares.
Click here for our 2018 listing of Madison-area pick-up sites and days. Our CUNA and Coffeehouse sites are not available for winter delivery. Pick-up day is Wednesday afternoon at your specific location, but if you are planning to be out of town or know you can’t make your pick-up, you can pre-plan to come get your box directly at the farm.
Below is a list of vegetables we grow for the winter share. We have a Veggie Guide about our vegetables for you to more about what you are eating! We also have a renowned CSA Recipe Archive to help you eat through your box.