What is a CSA?

CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture. It is a community of individuals who pledge support to a farm so it becomes the community’s farm, with the growers and shareholders providing mutual support and sharing the risks and benefits of food production. A CSA’s focus is usually on a system of weekly deliveries or pick up of produce.

Since nature is in charge, crop quantities will vary depending on the season’s conditions. We work to bring you the freshest produce anyone can offer. We use high tunnels and our greenhouse to extend the growing season. Join us in nurturing a truly local foods system.

We invite you to come to the farm and see for yourself where your produce is coming from.

Please Note: Pickup is available in Minot, and immediately off the Minot Air Force Base. Free delivery in Carpio.


What Can I Expect?

We will bring our produce to sites in Minot and the Minot Air Force Base beginning the first week of July and ending in late October or early November. Shareholders come to a site and pick up the produce at a designated time. Home delivery is available for an additional fee.

Quantity starts with 4-6 items, depending on the spring’s progression of growth. The process is repeated once a week for 14-16 weeks. As new items are ready for harvest, they are picked and added to the shareholders’ package. This ensures fresh produce all season.

Last year we were able to provide 20-50 pounds of tomatoes for canning to the shareholders who requested them. We also grow items not normally part of a CSA. However, if requested, we can accommodate. Those items include but are not limited to hops, cotton plants, peanuts, fresh flowers, rhubarb and horseradish.

CSA shares are available for pickup each week at a designated time and location. Delivery to your home or other location is a one time fee of $100 for the season.

Note: Shares are on a first come, first serve basis. Your share is not reserved until we receive payment.

Since nature is in charge, crop qualities will vary depending on the season’s conditions. We work to bring you the freshest produce anyone can offer. Here is a brief look at what you might expect each week during various parts of the growing season.


Shell Peas, Cabbage, Kale, Green Onions, Radish, Broccoli, Garlic


Broccoli, Onions, Carrots, Green Peppers, Okra, Zucchini, Shallots, Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Potatoes


Tomatoes, Potatoes, Peppers, Cantaloupe, Storage Onions, Leeks, Celery, Garlic, Hot Peppers, Kale, Squash, Pumpkin, Beans