Participating in a CSA is an excellent way of becoming part of a community that shares your concern about healthy eating. It is a way of knowing where your food comes from and enjoying a healthier, more connected lifestyle.
While we are pleased with the results of our organic farming methods, we are always striving to improve. Through the Biodynamic movement, we have found a method to go "beyond organic" and ensure the long term viability of Rumar Farm. We recognize that in order for our trees to thrive, we have to focus on the farm as a whole. This means focusing on the soil and the balance of fungal and microbial activity that will allow our trees to take care of themselves.
It may be cold and breezy still, and the few peeks at our friend the Sun may be rare, but here at Rumar Farm we're already preparing for a new growing season. The seeds are ordered, fertility plans are being made, and we can't wait until the ground thaws and we can get to work.
What's great about CSA? Fresh, delicious fruits and vegetables chosen for you week after week! Get hooked on the freshness, and the creativity it inspires. A CSA share offers a unique selection of produce every week, including some that may be new to you, let alone cooked before - a delight, but a bit of a challenge, for sure. Learn how to incorporate your baskets into your weekly meal plans for fast, easy and healthy meals.
Here at Rumar Farm, we field a lot of questions about our CSA (Community Shared Agriculture) program. It's one of the most popular ways of directly reaching consumers with the seasons best, freshest produce. We've put together a small checklist to help you decide.