WELCOME TO THE 2020 ASPIRING FARMER RESIDENTS' CSA PROGRAM!

WELCOME TO THE 2020 ASPIRING FARMER RESIDENTS' CSA PROGRAM!

Our CSA for Spring, Summer, and Fall has reached capacity. We hope to catch you next year!

Thank you all for your support!!


Love locally-grown vegetables? Sign up to receive fresh produce weekly from your friendly neighborhood farmers!

Here’s a quick overview of Big Muddy’s Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program

Choose either a full season (18 weeks) or any of the six-week seasonal options (Spring, Summer, Fall)

Full share (3-4 people):
$150/per 6 week session, $450 full season

Half Share (1-2 people):
$75/per 6 week session, $225 full season

  • Subscribers receive $12.50 half share/$25 full share worth of produce each week, beginning the last week of May and ending the last week in September
  • Pick your share up weekly on Tuesday evenings from 5–7 p.m. at Big Muddy’s garage (3328 Burt St.) or on Friday nights at the Gifford Park Neighborhood Market** (520 N. 33rd St.) from 5–8 p.m.
  • Receive our weekly newsletter with what you can expect to pick up and delicious recipes to use your produce in

**Pending updates from the CDC and the Douglas County Health Department regarding COVID-19.

When purchasing a CSA share you are agreeing to…

pick up your share on a weekly basis- the dates and times you select.

If you are unable to pick-up notify Big Muddy Urban Farm via email residents@bigmuddyurbanfarm.org or phone/voicemail (402) 401-4252 by Sunday, noting if someone will be picking up in your absence or if your share should be donated.

Risk Sharing:

In addition to supporting small local growers and sharing the bounty of Big Muddy’s harvest, joining the CSA also means you are willing to share the risk of inclement weather or crop failure. In the event that crops are damaged, Big Muddy Urban Farm will do our best to provide the quantities and varieties available. Simply put: we’re in this together!

CSA registration opens April 16, 2020.

CSA Share Options Choose a seasonal share or subscribe for the full season.

3 Season Share

18 weeks of garden veggie bliss!

May 26th- September 25th

Full Share – $450

 Half Share – $225

Spring Share

Full Share: $150

Half Share: $75

6 weeks of fresh produce
May 26th – July 3rd

Beets, carrots, lettuce, radish, kale, peas, beans, chard, onion

Summer Share

Full Share: $150

Half Share: $75

6 weeks of fresh produce
July 7th – August 14th

Beans, summer squash, peas, okra, cucumbers, peppers, tomatoes, potatoes, carrots

Fall Share

Full Share: $150

Half Share: $75

6 weeks of fresh produce
August 18th- September 25th

Tomatoes, peppers, sweet potatoes, beans, peas, brussel sprouts, okra, chard, winter squash, kale, greens, beets, carrots

Payment options:

Cash or check are preferred, but we do offer online payments through Paypal. Mark that on your contract and we will send you an invoice via email.

Support your Community:

Working with a community partner to assist with distribution, we have a goal to sponsor 10 CSA shares for those in need. Sponsored shares help fulfill our mission to provide fresh and healthy vegetables to our neighbors and Omahans.

Meet your farmers:

Irene Atayi

Irene Atayi

Katie Bettin

Katie Bettin

Carly Frazee

Carly Frazee

Jasmine Marr

Jasmine Marr

Phalin Strong

Phalin Strong

Farmer Coordinator

Matt Wettengel

Farmer Coordinator

Our Core Values

  Community 

Call us up, say hi when we pass each other on the sidewalk, come check out our plots- We know food is the greatest beginning to any relationship so we look forward to getting to know you!

Empowerment

Interested in growing food or just want tasty fresh vegetables on your plate? We will make sure you get the “know how” needed to make your goals, your reality.

Stewardship

We can ensure your vegetables come from no where else but garden plots tended to with natural practices, full of healthy soil, plenty of sun, and the perfect amount of H2O.

Accessibility

The idea is that food grown in your community is yours. It is our goal that the typical barriers people face when buying fresh produce such as physical distance and cost are minimal.

CSA Questions?

Phone: (402) 401-4252

Email: residents@bigmuddyurbanfarm.org

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