From Our Farm to Your Table
An amazing array of fresh seasonal veggies–everything from spring greens to winter squash–we are already growing heirloom tomatoes in the greenhouse!
Bush beans (three different varieties)
Summer and winter squash are
Heirloom tomato varieties
Greens of all kinds
Food for the Soul
Baked goods made from scratch
Jams, syrups, and sweets
We learned SO MUCH last season! After listening to what folks wanted to see in the future, we decided to split the CSA into categories including options like the Quick and Easy Salad Lovers Assortment and Pastured Poultry. We have partnered up with Regeneratively Ransom, Allison Grimm, formerly known as the Ransom Chicken Lady, to offer beyond organic poultry! Allison's poultry is out in the pasture every day and they are supplemented with clean non GMO feed.
Why is joining our CSA good for your health, the environment, the local community, and your pocket book?
You'll be shopping local
Let's start with the cost.
We don't have to tell you that the cost of fresh vegetables has risen dramatically sin the last few years. If you look at the USDA projections for 2023, the prices are still rising significantly, partly because of trucking and fertilizer costs.
“The average food item on a U.S. grocery shelf has traveled farther than most families go on their annual vacations.”
― Barbara Kingsolver, Animal, Vegetable, Miracle: A Year of Food Life
You are inflation-proofing your food by purchasing in advance.
"The world is now awash in monocultures of genetically uniform varieties, fed by chemical fertilizers."
–Dan Barber, The Third Plate: Field Notes on the Future of Food
Not here on Rebel Farm or Regeneratively Ransom. We grow regeneratively, which is beyond organic. We know that our vegetables are more nutrient-dense and taste better than conventionally grown vegetables. We do not use chemicals and we are open for all of our shareholders to inspect and participate.
Regenerative agriculture focuses on the following principles:
Organic matter, soil armor, and fungal networks
The diversity of plants living together
Continuous Live Plant/Root, which means minimal or no tilling
Livestock integration—Ferti, Lizer, Mac, and the chicks!
Minimizing soil disturbance and cover cropping
Buying shares means you are helping the local economy in several different ways. You are helping to support the farmer and the folks that we employ. As many of you know, we are a teaching farm. The more veggies we sell, the more farm interns come here to learn via the Wwoof USA program. It also helps us get to the farmer's markets.
Buy local produce.
We are beyond organic. We provide regeneratively grown produce and other unique farm goods.