What is a CSA?

CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture. When you purchase a CSA subscription, you are supporting our farm by becoming a CSA member through buying a “share” of our flowers for the upcoming season. This membership is open late Fall-early Spring, before the growing season really begins. The purchase of a CSA membership helps our farm purchase seed, equipment, and other related supplies to help start the season.

Members of a CSA share in the risks of farming such as unpredictable weather, pests, and natural disasters. We in return, promise to provide a bounty of blooms that will change with the season of summer. Members will gain satisfaction in knowing that they are supporting a local family farm, the local economy, and healthy land/farming practices in the Big Horn Basin.

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share options

For the upcoming 2019 growing season we will be offering two share options. Either a 6 or 12 week share will be made available for pick up at a location (to be determined) in Powell or Cody, WY.

For commonly asked CSA questions please refer to our CSA FAQ Page or email us.

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6-week share ($105, includes tax)

If you will be travelling a bit during the summer this share option might just be the one for you! You can determine what 6 weeks you would like us to create a lovely, hand-tied bouquet each week for your home or office.

Each week we will deliver the freshest blooms from our summer flowers( including but not limited to) sweet peas, zinnias, sunflowers, dahlias, and zinnias to name a few. Just take your bouquet home and give it a fresh cut then enjoy local- farm fresh flowers!

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12-week share ($210, includes tax)

Are you interested in a lush, bountiful bouquet every week during the summer? This option is for you! We will send out a notice to all of our CSA members closer to June to let you know when your first bouquet will arrive for pick up.

Each week we will deliver the freshest blooms from our summer flowers( including but not limited to) sweet peas, zinnias, sunflowers, dahlias, and zinnias to name a few. Just take your bouquet home and give it a fresh cut then enjoy local- farm fresh flowers!